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Court orders Turkey to pay damages to German reporter

The European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday ordered Turkey to pay damages in excess...

Myanmar junta threatens pot-banging protesters with treason

Myanmar demonstrators who bang pots and pans in protest at last year's coup can be...

London police probing Downing Street lockdown parties

London's police chief on Tuesday said her officers are investigating several parties that took place...

Norway says will put ‘tangible demands’ on Taliban

Norway said it will put "tangible demands" on the Taliban during talks in Oslo on...

Seven migrants die crossing to Italy in winter weather

Seven migrants have died while attempting the perilous Mediterranean crossing from Libya in a boat...

Japan orders probe of Vietnamese intern abuse case

Japan's justice minister on Tuesday ordered the immigration agency to investigate violent workplace abuse allegedly...

Poland begins work on new EU-Belarus border wall

Polish contractors began work on Tuesday on a new 353-million euro ($407 million) wall along...

Pro-junta rally planned in Burkina as UN condemns coup

Supporters of Burkina Faso's new ruling junta were set to rally on Tuesday as France...

Unilever cuts jobs after failed takeover

Unilever on Tuesday announced plans to cut around 1,500 management jobs worldwide under a major...

Tunis-born AI firm raises US$100 mln

Artificial intelligence firm InstaDeep, created on two laptops in Tunisia in 2014, has raised $100...

Power back in Kyrgyzstan after Central Asia blackout

Power was gradually being restored across three ex-Soviet countries Central Asian countries Tuesday after one...

Kremlin says US ‘escalating tensions’ by putting troops on alert

The Kremlin on Tuesday accused the United States of escalating tensions over Ukraine by putting...

Yemen rebels lose key district after missile attack on UAE

Yemen's Huthi rebels were driven out of a key district by the United Arab Emirates-trained...

Central Asia hit by large-scale power blackout

Millions of people were left without power after a huge blackout hit three Central Asian...

Istanbul airport shuts amid snow havoc in southeast Europe

Europe's busiest airport shut down in Istanbul on Monday while schools and vaccination centres closed...

Aid trucks stranded outside Tigray amid reports of clashes

Trucks bearing badly-needed food aid were stuck at a checkpoint outside Ethiopia's war-hit Tigray region...

Yemen’s internet returns after air strike causes four-day blackout

Internet services returned to Yemen on Tuesday after a four-day outage caused by deadly coalition...

At least 18 dead after clash, fire at club in Indonesia’s West Papua

At least 18 people were killed during clashes between two groups at a night club...

Portugal’s flourishing far right target Roma ahead of vote

Portugal's far-right Chega party has adopted a harsh line against the country's Roma population ahead...

Australian Open to allow ‘Where is Peng Shuai?’ shirts after backlash

Fans at the Australian Open can wear "Where is Peng Shuai?" shirts as long as...