News.Az congratulates its readers on the World Azerbaijanis' Solidarity Day and the New Year.
Kisanak, 55, is a well-known Kurdish political figure and became Diyarbakir's first female mayor in
2014. Earlier on Tuesday, she testified upon the invitation of lawmakers at a parliamentary
Member of the Ukrainian Parliament Nadia Savchenko in a rather controversial move has arrived in the Russian capital Moscow for a hearing in the case of Ukrainian citizens Mykola Karpiuk and Stanislav
The civilians and two flocks of sheep were taken as they collected firewood in the mountains.
Jews in Israeli Ben Gurion International Airport were quite taken aback after they saw several Turkish Muslims praying in the airport’s synagogue, apparently mistaking it for a mosque.
Police have arrested nearly 300 people in a 17-day campaign in Amsterdam’s red light district following complaints about drugs dealers...
Five companies operating in Azerbaijan have decided to leave the country.
Metsamor Castle, is the remains of an old fortress located to the southwest of the Armenian
village of Taronik, in the Armavir Province.
Romania's consolidated budget deficit rose to RON3.7 billion in the first nine months, or 0.49% of gross domestic product, from a deficit of 0.41% at the end of August, finance ministry data showed.
The Netherlands has fallen three places on the World Economic Forum’s annual gender gap index as Burundi, Namibia and South...
Belgian developer Belvir, part of Catinvest group, which owns and operates shopping malls in France and Romania, bought the shopping galleries of Electroputere mall in Craiova, totalling 28,000 squa
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said that in accordance with the World Bank and PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ukraine will be able to climb 30 steps up in the ranking of Paying Taxes tax climate af
A meeting of teachers and fifth-year students of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) and Rena Huseynova, a representative of the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD in Baku, was held at BHOS.
Cleanup costs of the devastated Fukushima nuclear plant over the next three decades will be far more than TEPCO previously estimated. An expert panel is now considering ways to avoid in
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused on October 25 the country’s opposition of trying
to carry out a "parliamentary coup" and vowed to prevent it, after the country’s parliament voted
Azerbaijan's production export to Georgia dropped by 17.4 percent down to $321.16m in January-September 2016.
Combined Russian-separatist forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in eastern Ukraine 34 times in the past 24 hours, including 24 in the Mariupol sector, five barrages in the Luhansk sector, and fiv
Below is a review of the headlines in Slovenian dailies for Wednesday, 26 October:
The next Iranian presidential elections are expected to be held on May 19.
Secretary of State for Global Affairs with the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) Daniela Gitman participated in the meeting of foreign ministers of the European Union and the Community of Latin American
Government’s decision to move Cabinet meetings to the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Base Camp Ayanganna, while “urgent repairs” have started at the Ministry of the Presidency, has been condemned by the o
Two men, Roberto Miggins and Quacy Benjamin, were yesterday charged with the recent murders of two miners at Port Kaituma, in the North West District.
Azerbaijani oil has seen decrease in price.
A 14-year-old was one of the two persons yesterday read a murder charge for the murder of Mahaicony businesswoman Bibi Shairoon Nesha Ali.
Guyana has moved 16 places up the World Bank’s latest ranking on ease of doing business.
Of 190 countries ranked in the World Bank’s latest “Doing Business” report, Guyana is ranked 124, moving
Former Timehri guard Lakeram Shankar, who was charged with murdering a friend whom he allegedly stabbed during a drinking spree at his home, was yesterday committed to stand trial for the crime.
Government spent in excess of $305 million dollars from the Lottery Fund on projects, such as the D’Urban Park rehabilitation, without seeking needed parliamentary approval, according to the latest Au
The man who was beaten with a cricket bat last Thursday succumbed last night at the Georgetown Public Hospital as result of his injuries.
A city businessman is nursing a gunshot wound to his left thigh following a robbery in front of his Croal Street business last evening.
Former Regional Executive Officer (REO) of Region Six Dr. Veerasammy Ramayya has distanced himself from the repeated failure of the region’s tender board to award maintenance contracts to the lowest b
Private Sector Commission (PSC) Chairman Edward Boyer says the implementation of the metered parking system in Georgetown “is not finding support” in the business community.
Several individuals including a pensioner were being treated at the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH) last night after the minibus they were travelling in was hit by a motorcar at the corner of Regent
Trump said Clinton could drag the United States into a world war with a more aggressive posture toward resolving the conflict.
"What we should do is focus on ISIS. We should not be focusing on Syria," Trump told Reuters
on Tuesday morning at his resort in Doral, Florida.