The Israeli government's plan to enable parliament to override Supreme Court decisions and control judicial appointments would be "a disaster" for human rights, a top Human Rights Watch official says.
In a session chaired by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the National Security Council reaffirms the country's determination to completely eliminate the PKK terrorist organisation and all its extensions.
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.
The dollar is losing its supremacy in the global monetary system as many countries are now looking to strengthen their own currencies.
Emergency workers have recovered the bodies of eight people after worshippers fell into a well at a Hindu temple in the city of Indore, officials say.
The Marlin has been developed by Turkish defence giant Aselsan and the Sefine Shipyard in the northwestern Yalova province under the coordination of the Defense Industries Presidency.
Türkiye's ratification will leave Finland, which shares a long border with Russia, with only a few technical steps before it becomes the 31st member of the world's most powerful military bloc.
Pakistan-based terrorist group claim attack on a police vehicle that killed four officers, who were responding to an earlier attack on a police station in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan.
Beijing warned that it was vehemently opposed to the reported meeting between President Tsai Ing-wen and US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy during a scheduled stopover in California.
Indonesia is the world's most populous Muslim-majority nation and does not have formal diplomatic ties with Israel, while publicly supporting Palestine. It is unclear who could now host the tournament.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan appoints his son Khaled as crown prince, the latter having risen to prominence at the country's state security service and as chairman of powerful Abu Dhabi Executive Office.
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.
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