A suspect is under arrest in a shooting that killed three people and wounded five on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht
They include new dining halls, schools and fire stations on bases, as well as firing ranges, aircraft hangars and flight simulation facilities.
President Ashraf Ghani’s administration is estranged from Washington and under pressure to postpone elections.
Critics worry that the laws will legalize censorship and prevent organization of protests against the government.
Authorities attributed no clear motive to the 37-year-old Turkish-born man but did not rule out terrorism.
According to the latest-available data, the NSA in 2017 collected more than 530 million call detail records linked to 40 “targets.”
Citing a convention dating to 1604, John Bercow said the vote could not proceed unless it was clearly different from earlier ones.
Multiple graves have been dug at a cemetery in Christchurch, and mosques are expected to reopen in time for Friday prayers.
President Erdogan has played blurred clips of the alleged shooter’s video at campaign rallies in several Turkish cities.
Unanswered requests by U.N. “special rapporteurs” have risen to 22.
Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency reports a gas pipeline explosion killed at least 2
Ireland’s Leo Varadkar on what Britain’s exit from the European Union might mean for Dublin’s relationship with Washington.
But that remains the default position unless Britain requests, and the E.U. grants, a delay.
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Vietnam is urging Malaysia to release the second woman accused of killing the estranged half brother of North Korea’s leader
Pentagon memo orders policy to come into effect across the armed forces starting April 12.
An officer violated a driver’s First and Fourth Amendment rights by stopping her a second time following the gesture, an appeals court panel ruled.
The meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani was seen as a signal that ties between Iraq and Iran won’t be undermined by U.S. efforts.
Many of the women were tortured during months in custody, relatives and rights groups say.
The charges were announced just minutes after the president’s former campaign chairman received his second federal sentence.
Annual report describes “an environment of impunity” for Saudi officials suspected of abuses.
Police said the shooters later killed themselves.
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Photographer Mulugeta Ayene documented the aftermath of the crash for the Associated Press.
Ethiopian Airlines said Boeing provided extra training to pilots after the airliner plunged into the Java Sea in October.
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As many as 100 children may have been inside when it collapsed.
While reports have surfaced of the Taliban lashing and stoning women, other accounts describe insurgents compromising on women’s access to school or health care.
Nine others were wounded in the attack, authorities said. The shooters later killed themselves, according to police.
Hundreds took the streets demanding President Abdelaziz Bouteflika step down immediately.
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The moves came hours after Trump administration said it would pull out the remaining personnel at U.S. embassy in Caracas.
Manchester City has set up a scheme to compensate victims of child sexual abuse experienced at the club
Three years after Britain voted to leave the E.U., lawmakers failed to agree on how to do it.
Within a few hours, Idai exploded from 45 mph to 105 mph, going from just above low-end tropical storm strength to a high Category 2.