The NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says the organisation will remain neutral in clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Turkish-Armenian journalist-politician Markar Esayan, who was being treated for a stomach condition, was mourned in a religious ceremony attended by President Erdogan.
The measures had also given the police carte-blanche to arrest protesters and seize electronic materials believed to threaten national security.
Meanwhile, Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev says the country's army had liberated 21 more villages in Fuzuli, Jabrayil and Zangilan provinces from Armenian occupation.
Eritrean Ibrahim Omer is the first-ever African-origin Member of Parliament to be elected in New Zealand where he moved to from a refugee camp in Sudan.
Overnight combat operations by Azerbaijan in Aghdara, Fuzuli-Jabrayil and Gubadli continue as Azerbaijani and Armenian foreign ministers hold talks in Moscow.
At least 25 personnel have been killed, according to the Takhar governor's spokesperson, but some accounts put the death toll as high as 50.
New tourist arrivals from China are on special 90-day visas and visitors must stay in quarantine for two weeks.
At least 11 of the 15 people killed are women, a provincial council member in the eastern city of Jalalabad, where the incident occurred, has said.
The ceasefire in the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region is under severe strain following Armenia's repetitive violations.
Country's army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa orders probe after local politicians said that Sindh province's top police official was abducted by paramilitary troops, who coerced him into signing an order to arrest an opposition leader.
Dutch soldiers executed 11 unarmed people during the Indonesian war of independence, between 1945 and 1950. Now their children will be compensated for the murders of their kin.
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