the interior minister angelino alfano warned parliament the unrest could "lead to a spiral of rebellion against national and european institutions.
a plan by the croatian government to sell off an island used as a prison by tito's yugoslavian communist regime has sparked protests from former inmates, who want it turned into a memorial site. the ex-prisoners fear the island of goli otok in the adriatic sea could be converted into a tourist resort, they would prefer that the things that happened there were not forgotten.
başbakan yardımcısı numan kurtulmuş şirin payzın'la neler oluyor? programına konuk oldu. kurtulmuş, cnn türk ankara temsilcisi hande fırat'ın suriye'ye yapılacak olası bir kara harekatıyla ilgili sorusuna çarpıcı bir yanıt verdi. - 23.10.2014
talks between china and russia on a giant gas deal reportedly worth some 300 billion euros have run into the sand in talks in shanghai, the latest stage in a process that has taken 10 years of talks already. the countries are working on a giant pipeline deal to transport the gas, but russia is believed to be sticking out for the best price it can get.
the detention of david miranda, the partner of guardian newspaper journalist glenn greenwald, at london's heathrow airport under british anti-terrorism laws on sunday is continuing to cause controversy. the guardian's editor-in-chief, alan rusbridger, has revealed that he had recently received demands from top uk government officials to hand over or destroy the material they have from us whistleblower edward snowden.
haitians have taken to the streets of port-au-prince calling for the resignation of president michel martelly and fresh elections amid growing political anger in the caribbean nation. an estimated 5,000 people marched through the centre of the capital to protest against what they claim is a lack of action by authorities to alleviate hunger and tackle a cholera epidemic.
the us has stepped into the crisis in ukraine, ordering a travel ban and visa restrictions on anyone involved in
the leader of serbia's ruling centre-right progressive party (sns) has claimed victory after 70 percent of votes are counted. aleksandar vucic - a onetime ultra-nationalist - looks set for a landslide after pledging tough economic reforms and a route into the european union.
likely 2016 presidential candidates are already visiting battleground states where casino gaming supports more than half a million jobs and contributes 75 billion us dollars to local communities.
amerika birleşik devletleri'nde illegal olarak yaşayan latin amerikalı gençlere gün doğdu. başkanlık seçimleri yaklaşan ülkede barack obama oy savaşında stratejik bir adım attı. nüfus cüzdanı olmadan ülkede yaşayan güney amerikalı gençlere iki senelik çalışma izni verilmesine karar verildi. haberin yayılmasıyla gençler kayıt bürolarına akın etti.
the efforts of ukraine's embattled president viktor yanukovich to take the heat out of the political crisis in the country by signing into law an amnesty for demonstraters and repealing anti-protest legislation has had little effect. fears are growing of the army intervening leading to further violent clashes. however, opposition leaders have asked supporters not to take to the streets as freezing temperatures persist.
just before his resignation, ukraine's prime minister arseniy yatsenyuk described as critical his country's fight to preserve its territorial integrity. following the loss of two more ukrainian fighter jets to enemy fire, our kyiv bureau chief sergio cantone asked him about what arsenyuk calls 'russian-led guerrillas'.
a sense of crisis has gripped lebanon again after a massive bomb explosion in beirut killed senior opposition figure and former prime ministerial adviser mohamad chatah. the bomb ripped through the ex-minister's car. five other people died in the attack near the city's business district. dozens were injured.
maverick us republican senator rand paul is suing president obama and the directors of national intelligence, the nsa and the fbi for violating the fourth amendment.
first he marched in paris for free speech. millions of french people and world leaders were supporting inter-cultural unity. then hungarian prime minister viktor orban went home to declare that immigration to europe should be largely halted. he has called for migration curbs in the past. now orban says it is time for brussels to get tough.
beppe grillo, the leader of italy's newest and now largest political group, has ruled out voting for any government led by the traditional parties but says he could back individual laws.
british prime minister david cameron has rebuffed demands from argentina to negotiate a solution to the dispute over the falkland islands.
the israeli parliament has elected likud's reuven rivlin as the country's 10th president. rivlin, a former communications minister, twice served as speaker of the knesset. he defeated meir sheetrit by 63 to 53 after a second vote in a secret ballot. the 74-year old will be sworn in on july 24.
barack obama says the united states is investigating whether chemical weapons have been used in syria - and has warned that the regime will be held responsible if they have.
the palestinian authority has welcomed the israeli decision to release 104 prisoners. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu had to persuade his cabinet to vote in favour saying he knew it was "painful for the entire nation." the move is aimed help restart peace talks scheduled to take place on monday in washington.
thailand's capital has seen a fresh wave of demonstrations, as anti-government protesters call for electoral reform. rallied by opposition leader suthep thaugsuban, crowds waved banners containing anti-corruption slogans. numbering in the thousands, this is a far cry from the more than 160,000 supporters that gathered earlier this month in a bid to oust yingluck shinawatra, who remains country's caretaker prime minister.
with the two sides in syria's conflict finally in the same room, un mediator lakhdar brahimi says the geneva talks have got off to a good start. however, saturday's discussions on a possible humanitarian deal were conducted through him, without the parties speaking directly to each other.
voters have been going to the polls in croatia to choose their next president amid a severe economic crisis. incumbent ivo josipovic, a classical music composer who's supported by the ruling social democrats, is seen as the frontrunner for the largely ceremonial post. but a run-off is likely - with josipovic probably going up against kolinda grabar-kitarovic, a former foreign minister, ambassador to washington and nato official.
hungary's new parliament has met for the first time since the april 6 election returned fidesz to power for a second consecutive term with a two thirds majority.
suriye'de iç savaş, bayramın ikinci gününde de tüm şiddetiyle sürüyor. suriye yönetimine bağlı birlikler, başkent şam yakınlarında muhaliflerin kontrolü altında bulunan bölgeleri top ateşine tuttu. şam yönetimi, halep bölgesindeki saldırılarını pazartesi günü de sürdürdü. . bu arada, birleşmiş milletler'in suriye'deki gözlemci heyetinin misyonu, resmen sona erdi. ülkede artan şiddet yüzünden çalışmaları engellenen bm gözlem misyonu yaklaşık 4 aydır suriye'de görev yapıyordu. suriyeli muhaliflerin kurduğu ulusal konsey yöneticileri, lakhdar brahimi'nin birleşmiş milletler özel temsilcisi tayin edilmesine temkinle yaklaşıyor. türkiye'deki göçmen kampını ziyaret eden konsey temsilcisi konuyla ilgili görüşlerini şu şekilde açıkladı: ''lakhdar brahimi, başarılı bir diplomat ve biz onu iyi tanıyoruz. ancak burada sorun brahimi'nin tayin edilmesi değil, suri
the clock displayed on bolivia’s congress building has been changed to turn anticlockwise as a symbol of the country’s ambitions to do things differently.bolivian foreign minister david choquehuanca said that since the country is in the southern hemisphere the hands should spin the opposite direction to the way they spin in the north.
opposition party agrees to join a unity government with mugabe.
protests have broken out in kosovo's parliament in response to a decision to create normal ties with neighbouring serbia. the eu-brokered agreement was designed to end the country's ethnic partition.
iran's president hassan rohani has been defending the composition of his new cabinet. in a parliamentary debate ahead of an approval vote, rohani said he had chosen ministers from across iran's factions based on their experience rather than political loyalties.
he main opposition coalition in egypt is drawing up its response to president mohamed mursi's partial u-turn on power. the national salvation front had refused to take part in talks when mursi overturned the decree that made him practically untouchable by the courts.
with the first night of curfew over, the thai army has summoned ousted prime minister yingluck shinawatra and 100 other prominent political leaders to report to a military complex to the north of bangkok by 10 am local time.
us president barack obama has authorised additional sanctions against north korea in what he said was the first us response to the cyber attack on sony pictures entertainment, the white house said. the sanctionsnamed three entities as well as 10 north korean government officials, including individuals working in iran, syria, china, russia and namibia, according to the treasury department.
batı afrika ülkesi togo'da ekim ayında yapılacak parlamento seçimleri öncesi tansiyon yükseliyor. 40 yıla yakın süredir aynı ailenin yönettiği ülkede, binlerce muhalif, üç gün sürecek protesto gösterileri için başkent lome'de toplandı. polis, göstericileri dağıtmak için göz yaşartıcı gaz kullandı. yetkililer, çıkan olaylarda biri polis 10 kişinin yaralandığını bildirdi.
turkish prime minister recep tayyip erdogan has offered what has been described as 'unprecedented condolences' to the grandchildren of armenians killed in world war one by ottoman soldiers.
luxembourg's long-standing prime minister jean-claude juncker has met with the grand duke to make an official request for elections.
australia's conservatives are celebrating after their leader tony abbott was swept into office after six years in opposition.
using the carrot and the stick approach, turkey's ruling ak party ordered protesters out of istanbul's gezi park while offering to hold a referendum on its redevelopment plans that have caused the recent riots.
ewan mcgregor gets outspoken about tony blair and george bush..
president barack obama has urged palestinian president mahmoud abbas to take political risks in the search for peace with israel. his comments in washington follow similar remarks to the israeli premier two weeks ago.
a second day of parliamentary sessions in ukraine has descended into chaos with even more fighting within the chamber. a new speaker has now been appointed - volodymyr rybak from president viktor yanukovich's lead coalition party of regions. this second day of brawls broke out when opposition members tried to physically block the nomination.