The ministry identified the terrorist as Mehmet Soysuren, code-named Savas Porsipi, who was on the "Red Category" list, Turkey's top priority wanted list.
A PKK member confesses to prosecutors that a suicide attack on Turkuvaz Medya's building in Istanbul was not carried out as police and guards deployed there would make the plan less successful, Daily Sabah reports.
Jair Bolsonaro is well ahead in the polls forecasting the run-off on October 28. And nowhere is his candidacy better supported than in the southern state of Santa Catarina.
Turkey and Germany seek a reset in their relationship as they confront a common set of economic and security issues.
Ex-FARC guerrillas worry about conservative Ivan Duque’s win in the presidential election due to his promises to roll back the 2016 peace agreement that ended the decades-long conflict in the country.
Nuriye Gulmen was sentenced over her links to the outlawed DHKP-C but was released pending the outcome of an appeal. Two others were acquitted of all charges.
The AfD, which is anti-immigration and anti-Islam, is set to become Germany's first hard-right nationalist party to enter parliament in the post-war era.
Philippine troops raided a village north of capital Manila, killing nine militants from New People's Army, which is a communist armed group running insurgency for nearly five decades in the country.
The group attempted to break into the office but failed and only managed to damage the glass door.
In keeping with global trends, this year's race has shaken up the country's political geography, with populist politicians on the far-left and far-right gaining ground over establishment candidates.
The suspect had a price of more than 1 million dollars put on his head.
Release of Odin Sanchez is the answer to the delayed peace talks between government and country's second largest rebel group ELN, according to Columbia's president.
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