Fifteen years into his rule, Erdoğan has gradually turned his country away from the secular tradition of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. He has also moved away from democratic norms, complicating ties with the West.
Turkey will now allow its female soldiers to wear a headscarf with their uniforms, marking a shift in the secular military.
The British Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled to uphold a minimum-income threshold for people wanting to bring foreign spouses to the country.
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Mr. Churkin, whose decades-long career concluded as Russia's envoy to the United Nations, was remembered for being not only a fierce champion of Russian policy, but a personable colleague.
At least 74 African migrants were found dead in Western Libya Monday, highlighting the risks associated with the desperate crossing.
The Marion County Disability Action Center in West Virginia has launched the Feel Good Laundry service, which also gives opportunities to the group's clients.
France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen canceled a meeting with Lebanon's Grand Mufti over the issue of whether she would wear a veil.
More than a million children are at 'imminent risk' of death this year due to largely man-made famine in four countries, UNICEF said on Tuesday.
The Israeli solider who shot and killed a wounded Palestinian has received a controversial sentence of 18 months in jail.
The murder of Kim Jong-nam is already having an impact on the North's relations with China and Malaysia, whose ties are crucial to the isolated regime.