Swedish police have arrested a second person in the April 7 truck attack that killed four people and injured 15 others in Stockholm.
Long lines formed at gasoline stations across Sri Lanka on Monday as workers at a state-run petroleum company went on strike to protest a government plan to lease out oil tanks to neighboring India.
Violent crimes in Germany with far-right motives rose 14.3 percent last year after a bigger increase in 2015, and the country also saw another increase in hate crimes, authorities said Monday.
“If we lost the Icelandic language, there would be no Icelandic nation. And if there’s no Icelandic nation, there is no Icelandic sovereignty,” said one language expert.
The gunmen are believed to be armed cattle-herders who been invading Gallmann’s land and other nearby ranches in search of grazing land.
Pakistan’s army is pledging that the corruption probe of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s family will be carried out in a “legal and transparent manner.”
An Egyptian court has upheld death sentences against 20 suspected Islamists convicted of murder in the deaths of 15 people, including 11 police, during an attack on a police station in 2013.
Police say Maoist rebels have killed 11 Indian paramilitary soldiers and injured seven others in an attack in central India.
Germany’s foreign minister says a cease-fire in Syria’s civil war can only be achieved with the help of Russia as the only country with “real influence” over the Syrian government.
A Filipino lawyer on Monday presented documents to the International Criminal Court which he said contain evidence of the alleged involvement of President Rodrigo Duterte in extrajudicial killings of suspected drug dealers and other crime suspects.