One person was killed after a fuel depot in Rio de Janeiro exploded.
A Venezuelan police helicopter has crashed in Caracas killing all five people on board.
Angry protesters turned the Swedish capital Stockholm to a battlefield.
Twelve years after the "war on terror" began, President Barack Obama wants to pull the United States back from some of the most controversial aspects of its global fight against Islamist militants.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said the attack in London was a betrayal of Islam and of the Muslim living in London.
The collapse on Interstate 5, the highway between Seattle and Vancouver, happened at about 7 p.m. local time.
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck Northern California on Thursday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has written a letter to be sent to US President Obama.
The US House of Representatives Foreign Relations Committee has approved a new package of sanctions against Iran.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan officially visited the United States accompanied by a large delegation of ministers, businessmen, bureaucrats and media representatives between May 16-21.
May 19, Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day
Some Greek cities, Salonika in particular, have recently been seeing some meetings and ceremonies to be used against Turkey on the basis of the so-called Greek Pontus region and allegations of genocide.
Topping Turkey’s domestic politics these days have been the peace plan, or the Solution Process, and the meetings held by a 69-strong delegation, called the Wise Men, in many parts of Turkey.
One of Britain’s former Prime Ministers, Margaret Thatcher who passed away on April 8, 2013 was one of the symbolic names of the transformations in the 1980s not only in her own country but in the whole world.
İstanbul became once again the centre of international politics last week.
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