The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus President Ersin Tatar meets UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades in New York where he calls for sovereign equality and international equal status.
Fuel crisis continues for the fourth day, as Britain mulls sending in the army to help ease supply disruptions triggered by a shortage of truck drivers.
Causeur magazine ran a cover image of five ethnically-diverse children with a mocking title 'Smile, you are great-replaced!', which suits the far-right's manufactured fear of demographic change.
Germany has slipped into a period of political unpredictability after the Social Democrats’ narrow win in general elections left it facing a rival claim to power from outgoing Chancellor Merkel’s conservative camp.
Despite getting its worst-ever result in a federal contest, the Union bloc says it too would reach out to smaller parties to discuss forming a government, while Angela Merkel stays on in a caretaker role until a successor is sworn in.
Some 77.30 percent of voters backed the proposal to allow abortion up to 12 weeks of pregnancy and afterward only in the case of the mother's life being in danger or of grave malformation of the foetus.
Both Social democrats (SPD) and CDU/CSU bloc on track for 25 percent of vote in German election, exit polls showed.
In an interview with American broadcaster CBS News, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Ankara would have to decide its defence systems on its own.
The move comes after Kosovo deployed police to the area after its government last Monday decided to require drivers with Serbian registration plates to put on temporary ones when entering Kosovo.
Opinion polls show the race for the chancellery headed for a photo finish, with Merkel's CDU-CSU conservative alliance on around 23 percent, just behind the centre-left Social Democrats on 25 percent.
With more than a third of votes counted, Left-Green Movement, the conservative Independence Party and the centre-right Progressive Party together credited with 41 of 63 seats in the parliament, up from the 33 seats they held previously.
The car registration office in the town of Zubin Potok was set ablaze and two hand grenades were thrown at the civil registration office in the town of Zvecan.
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