Rwanda genocide suspect faces prosecutors in France

A Rwandan tycoon charged over the country's 1994 genocide and arrested in France this weekend after some 25 years on the run appeared Tuesday...

Kazakhstan President Tokayev End Covid19 Emergency

Kazakhstan ended the state of emergency on May 11, but decided to keep lockdown measures in place until the situation improves in each region,...

Flag carrier Turkish Airlines eyes gradually resuming flights in June

Turkish Airlines has drafted a flight plan for June, July and August as it looks to restart domestic and international flights after a suspension...

China’s new postal rail service to Europe

CHONGQING, April 3 (Xinhua) -- Southwest China's Chongqing Municipality opened a new postal rail service to Europe Friday to meet the rising demand for...

UK Corona virus death toll rises to 2,921

The United Kingdom's death toll from the coronavirus has risen 24% to 2,921 as of Wednesday. As of 0800 GMT on Thursday, 163,194 people had...

Huawei confident to supply core network technology to European operators

Shenzhen-based Huawei is at the centre of a spat between China and the US with the latter saying the company’s 5G technology could be...

737 MAX fundamentally unsafe, Boeing has ‘culture of concealment’: US Congress

A congressional committee investigating Boeing said Friday that a “culture of concealment” at the company and poor oversight by federal regulators contributed to two...

India: 4 killed during protests over citizenship law

Gatherings banned after policeman and 3 civilians killed during clashes between pro-and anti-citizenship law protesters. A police officer and three civilians were killed in the...

Northern Cyprus unveils first domestically produced car Günsel

The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) on Thursday publicly unveiled prototypes for two domestically produced auto models after years of work by the...

Paris streets fill up with trash as pension strikes hit waste collection

France's trains may be running again but the whiff of discontent over the government's pension reforms still hangs thick in the air as a...

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Was the ‘Srebrenica genocide’ aimed at the wider Muslim presence in Europe?

By MURAT SOFUOGLU : - Some analysts see a connection between today's Islamophobia and the toxic Serbian nationalism of the 1990s, which sought to erase...

UK bans purchase of new 5G equipment from Huawei from Dec 31

Britain on Tuesday ordered its telecom providers to stop purchasing 5G equipment from China's Huawei giant from the start of next year, and to...

China accuses US of undermining stability in South China Sea

China on Tuesday described a U.S. rejection of its maritime claims in the South China Sea as completely unjustified and accused the United States...