The Russia-Ukraine conflict is now in its 397th day.
Ankara expects French authorities to not give credit to efforts that provide legitimacy to PKK's Syria extensions, say Turkish diplomatic sources.
Europe's policing agency says such type of automated code generation is particularly useful for criminal actors with little or no knowledge of coding and development.
Nearly two weeks after Macron rammed the new law through parliament using a special provision sidestepping any vote, unions vow no let-up in mass protests to get the government to back down.
Trade unions are calling for a 24-hour strike to increase pressure on the government and public transport companies in an ongoing dispute over pay and conditions.
The Russia-Ukraine war is now in its 396th day.
European Union's Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell says Belarus' plan to host Russian nuclear weapons threatens European security and would merit further sanctions.
Tunisia is struggling with its worst financial crisis due to stalled negotiations with the IMF raising concerns in Europe that it could spark a new wave of migrants crossing the Mediterranean.
Police say that they have concluded an operation after the overnight shooting incident in the city.
Turkish presidential spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin says that the door is not closed to Stockholm now, but how the process will progress, its pace, and when it will be completed depends on Sweden's steps.
Thousands protest construction of giant water "basins" in southwest Sainte-Soline area to irrigate crops, which they say will distort access to water amid drought conditions.
Kiev and its Western allies fear tactical nuclear weapons could be used in the conflict after Russian leader warned Moscow was prepared to use all its vast arsenal to defend its interest.
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