Vladimir Putin presents US president with demand for guarantees against NATO expansion eastward, Kremlin says.
Zaki, who was arrested in Cairo in February 2020, still faces trial next year on charges of ‘spreading fake news’.
Dutch court upholds decision to throw out civil case against Israeli defence minister for role in deadly 2014 raid.
The US and its European allies are weighing sanctions on Russian banks, its wealth fund, sources tell Bloomberg.
Key hydroelectric projects are being revived as part of a push by Athens to decarbonise and meet irrigation needs.
A fraction of Afghans who needed help received support and some died at the Taliban’s hands, civil service staffer says.
Complaint claims algorithms that power the company promote disinformation that turns into violence.
Turkish leader calls on Cypriot authorities to secure houses of worship or prepare to ‘pay for such acts’.
US president called leaders of France, Germany, Italy and Britain on Monday to discuss their ‘shared concern’.
New Delhi and Moscow sign host of defence and trade deals as India has drawn closer to the US – an adversary of Russia.
New Delhi says it has started receiving parts of missile defence system in a deal that prompted threats of US sanctions.
Unless the EU changes its approach to migration, more people will be brutalised and killed in the Mediterranean.
UK added Nigeria to its travel ‘red list’, meaning arrivals from there will be banned except for UK and Irish residents.
What you need to know about the UK’s controversial Nationality and Borders Bill.