Today, July 21, the Court of Appeal in Odesa region overruled an appeal motion by representatives of JSC Odesa Oil Refinery, Energy and Gas Ukraine LLC, and a representative of Serhiy Kurchenko, a you
A single mother of four has taken refuge in a Connecticut church after federal authorities ordered her deported to her native Guatemala.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has met with President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin in Sochi
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has ordered the suspension of all official contact with Israel until it removed new security measures at a Jerusalem holy site.
A British court is expected to decide next week whether terminally ill baby Charlie Gard can be taken to the US for experimental treatment.
Russian President Vladimir Putin expects that his meeting with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev will help to find a solution to the existing regional problems, APA’s Moscow bureau reports.
President Alpha Conde of Guinea on Friday asked Islamic worshippers in his country to pray for his ailing Nigerian counterpart, Muhammadu Buhari. Buhari has been in London for treatment for over two m
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov held a meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova on Reintegration, Gheorghe Balan, to disc
Sarah Huckabee Sanders was named as the new White House press secretary Friday following the resignation of Sean Spicer, part of a dramatic major shake-up in President Donald Trump's inner circle.
Turkey’s president on Friday condemned what he called “baseless” remarks by Germany’s economy minister scaremongering investors away from Turkey, Anadolu reported.
The first world orienteering festival may be held in Azerbaijan, the country`s Orienteering Federation said, according to AzerTag reports.
Adelani Adepegba, Abuja There was a fire outbreak at the Kuje Medium Prisons,Abuja around 4:30pm on Friday. It was gathered that the fire which broke out at the clinic was immediately put out by the s
The Palestine Authority is freezing all contacts with Israel over the Jerusalem holy site dispute and the violence which broke out in the past days, president of the authority Mahmoud A
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is looking into allegations that Amazon misled customers about its pricing discounts on thousands of products. The probe is part of the agency’s revie
The mother of a Florida teenager who disappeared along with his friend while on a boating trip in 2015 is suing the other boy's family for negligence.
In a nation where people are listed in the phone directory according to first name, the fact that the members of the Icelandic national women’s football team bear their ‘surnames’ on the back of their
It was a memorable day for Russian social media when Vladimir Putin went out to lay a wreath at a WWII memorial near the Kremlin. In a massive downpour and without an umbrella, photos o
Policemen and officials from the Ukrainian state guard directorate are holding an activist of the Femen feminist group who went topless at a ceremony of signing Ukrainian-Belarusian intergovernmental
The head of Ukraine's State Border Guard Service, Viktor Nazarenko, who suddenly fell ill during the Ukrainian and Belarusian presidents' meeting with the press in Kyiv earlier on Friday, has been hos
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has blamed Russia for the recent aggravation of the situation in Donbas, and urged international partners involved in the peace process to step up pressure on Moscow.
Given a recent spike in enemy activity in Donbas, this Friday could be characterized as a relatively quiet day, the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) press service said.
Ukrainian Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk, Head of the EU Delegation in Ukraine Hugues Mingarelli and U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch have discussed the reform of the State Fiscal Ser
Russia is preventing the security subgroup of the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) on Donbas from doing its work, Ukraine's representative in the subgroup, Yevhen Marchuk, said.
"But the Americans say they have their own calculations," Russia's top diplomat noted
The Foreign Ministry of Germany on Friday, July 21, urged the parties to the conflict in eastern Ukraine to fulfill the conditions of the "Harvest truce," the statement released on Twitter r
Sean Spicer's resignation comes as Trump's inner circle scrambles to contain the fallout from a meeting between Donald Trump Jr and a Kremlin lawyer.
A magnitude 5.0 aftershock hit off the coast of Turkey's Datça peninsula hours after a magnitude 6.7 quake that struck the Aegean sea killed two people and injured nearly 500 in Greece and Turkey on F
Russia's Eastern Ukraine war looks set to revolutionize the US and European armed forces as much as any combat lessons learned in Iraq or Afghanistan.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission says it will appeal Thursday’s acquittal of a former Governor of Adamawa, Bala Ngilari, by the Court of Appeal. In a statement on Friday, spokesman of the
One of Spain’s top newspapers, El País, is to stop publishing classified ads for sexual services, acknowledging that the majority of women who offer sexual services are being enslaved.
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The International Organisation for Migration on Friday said thousands of Nigerian migrant girls brought to Italy were in great danger of being forced into prostitution in Europe. The number of female
The Russian foreign minister doesn't think that the United States’ decision to stop supporting Syrian opposition groups could be seen as a concession to Russia
Briton Andre Spicer's 5-year-old daughter was left in tears after council officers fined her around R2 500 for selling lemonade without a licence.
Below is a roundup of major events on Friday, 21 July: