The addition of Finland, which shares a 1,340 kilometre (832 miles) border with Russia, will more than double the size of NATO’s border with the world's largest country in terms of land area.
Türkiye's ratification leaves Finland, which shares a long border with Russia, only a few technical steps away from becoming 31st member of the world's most powerful military bloc.
The Russia-Ukraine conflict is now in its 400th day.
The International Court of Justice rules that Washington violated the 1955 friendship treaty with Tehran, which was still in place when US courts froze the assets of Iranian companies.
“I reject Harry’s comments about killing people as though they are pieces on a chessboard,” Russian artist Andrei Molodkin said in reference to the British royal’s claim that he killed 25 people during his second tour in Afghanistan.
Three Russian-born and one Swiss-born former bankers for Gazprombank Switzerland were charged with failing to adequately check whether Russian president's longtime friend Sergei Roldugin actually owned the assets in his accounts.
Evan Geshkovich's detainment marks a serious escalation in Kremlin's efforts to silence perceived critics, a crackdown that gained momentum following Russia's attacks on Ukraine last year.
The Vatican said that the 86-year-old Roman Catholic pontiff would have to stay for "a few days" at Rome's Gemelli hospital for "appropriate" medical treatment.
Dozens of people try to prevent Ersin Tatar from entering King's College, where the TRNC president was going to attend a conference on Cyprus dispute — an incident condemned by Türkiye.
Russian President Vladimir Putin may visit Türkiye on April 27 to officially grant Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant nuclear facility status, says Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The trip is a clear sign of the British government's push to reset relations with Europe after its 2020 departure from the European Union.
Trade, military, economic and cultural relations, were on the agenda of the two leaders during a meeting held in Ankara.
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