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Germany bans neo-Nazi group amid growing extremism

Germany banned the neo-Nazi group Combat 18 Deutschland in what the country's top security official said Thursday was a “clear message” against the growing far-right extremism in the country. More than 200 police officers...

Concerns grow over rising death toll in British jails

The death toll in British prisons is "a national scandal," a pressure group said Wednesday, calling for a reduction in inmate numbers just as the government is promising tougher sentences. Inquest, which probes state-related deaths,...

Russian lawmakers back Putin’s sweeping reforms in first vote

Russia's parliament has approved a package of constitutional amendments in a first reading Thursday, in a move widely seen as an attempt by President Vladimir Putin to stay in power after the end of...

China rejected US interference in ties with Pakistan and CPEC projects

Pakistan - ISLAMABAD: The Embassy of China in Pakistan on Wednesday rejected the senior US diplomat Alice Wells' negative rhetoric against China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) terming it a pack of lies. It said during...

Rohingya refugees pray for justice over ICJ’s ruling

Rohingya refugees who fled persecution and violence in Myanmar are praying for justice as the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague will deliver an initial verdict Thursday in a genocide case filed...

Hindu Bomber who Placed Bomb At Mangaluru Airport in India Surrenders Before Police

(India - Mangaluru/ Bengaluru) : -  An alert was sounded at the Mangaluru International Airport on Monday morning after security personnel found live explosives on its premises. A 36-year-old man, who was suspected to have placed...

US fires 424 employees from İncirlik Air Base in Turkey

A U.S. company fired almost half of its 890 employees working in İncirlik Air Base, located in southern Turkey's Adana province. According to a statement from Turkish Harb-İş labor union, the company, Colorado-based Vectrus, has...

Calls grow for EU to consider Palestine statehood

The European Union should recognize a Palestinian state, Luxembourg Foreign Minister said, reiterating his call for the two-state solution to end the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Speaking ahead of the gathering in Brussels for the Foreign...

Gibraltar considers joining Schengen to ease post-Brexit border fears

Gibraltar is considering becoming part of the Schengen zone as a way of ensuring fluidity of movement on its border with Spain after Britain leaves the European Union, its Chief Minister Fabian Picardo has...

China sentences former Interpol chief to 13 years in prison

China has sentenced the former president of Interpol Meng Hongwei to 13 years and six months in prison on charges of accepting bribes. Meng was elected president of the international police organization in 2016,...