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City's chief executive still refuses to say extradition bill is withdrawn, stays silent on call for independent probe.
Far-right interior minister hopes to trigger elections by forcing Prime Minister Conte to resign on Tuesday.
More than a dozen soldiers killed, several reported missing after a group of fighters launch attack in Soum province.
President's security minister says protests had been contained and pledges fair probe into what triggered the unrest.
Denouncing Netanyahu's decision to deny them entry, Omar, Tlaib urge politicians to visit Israel and occupied West Bank.
Thirty years after the Pan-European Picnic, leaders of Hungary and Germany are divided over how to treat asylum seekers.
Shavendra Silva has denied allegations, but rights groups see his appointment as undermining reconciliation efforts.
The corruption case has battered outgoing President Jimmy Morales's popularity.
The organisation says it won't be 'bullied into withholding abortion information from patients'.
The close ties between the US president and the Israeli prime minister are creating controversy.
French president hosts Russian counterpart for wide-ranging talks, including about Syria and Ukraine.
Evelyn Hernandez, who was previously given 30 years for suspected abortion, found not guilty of homicide in retrial.
Moscow says it will investigate alleged interference for inspiring anti-Putin demonstrations over upcoming local elections.
US Attorney General William Barr shakes up prisons bureau after the suicide of Jeffrey Epstein inside a federal jail.
Moves believed to be part of efforts to cut costs and recuperate funds after Israel stopped delivering tax revenues.
On standoff's 18th day, Open Arms calls Spanish offer to allow ship disembark at port 1,000km away 'incomprehensible'.
The test would have been prohibited by the INF treaty, had the United States had not left it earlier this month.
Garner's dying words, 'I can't breathe', became a flash point in the national debate over race and police use of force.
Public facilities are burned and roads blocked over alleged police abuses against ethnic minority group.
Mark Charles, running as an Independent, among those highlighting importance of Native American rights in US election campaigning.