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Filipinos’ satisfaction with President Rodrigo Duterte has made its steepest drop since he took office last year amid an outcry over unabated drug killings and unresolved allegations that he has unexplained wealth, an independent poll showed.
The trial of two women accused of killing the estranged half brother of North Korea’s leader entered its second week Monday, with the court moving temporarily to a high-security laboratory to view evidence contaminated with VX nerve agent.
A Quantico-trained police chief says no to Duterte’s call to kill drug suspects.
Greek police say they have arrested eight migrant traffickers who smuggled 49 migrants through Greece’s land border with Turkey.
Albanian police have told a group of home fans to stay away from the World Cup soccer qualifier against Italy on Monday.
The move comes after Turkey arrested an employee of the U.S. Consulate in Istanbul last week.
Trump's decision will isolate the U.S. from the rest of the world, but it probably won't kill the accord.
The U.S. Mission to Turkey says it is suspending non-immigrant visas in Turkey, following the arrest of a consulate employee.
A Venezuelan journalists association says the country’s National Guard has detained three journalists who were reporting on a prison. They include an Italian and a Swiss citizen.
Authorities say at least 10 people have been killed in northeastern Congo by Ugandan rebels belonging to the group known as ADF.
An Egyptian court has referred the case of 13 defendants accused on terrorism charges to the country’s top religious authority, the Grand Mufi, for a non-binding opinion on whether they can be potentially executed as the prosecution seeks.
Baltic news agency says a civilian helicopter has crashed in Latvia during a local car rally, killing one person and injuring three.
An independent Philippine poll shows President Rodrigo Duterte’s satisfaction rating has been hit by its steepest drop since he came to power last year amid an outcry over unabated drug killings and unresolved allegations that he has unexplained wealth.
A top Egyptian rights lawyer says the country’s candidate for UNESCO’s top job is not qualified for the post because of her silence and “sometimes complicity” in the government’s repressive policies.
Israel’s domestic security agency says it has arrested two Palestinians suspected of killing an Israeli man found dead last week, in what it says was a “terror attack.”
Kim Jong Un vowed to press ahead with the nuclear program as an anniversary approached.
Turkey’s official news agency says the Istanbul prosecutor’s office is charging Amnesty International’s Turkey chief and ten others for belonging to and aiding terror groups.
Iran’s judiciary has confirmed that Abdolrasoul Dorri Esfahani, a member of Iran’s team of nuclear negotiators that struck the 2015 deal with world powers, has been sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted of espionage.
Yemeni tribal leaders say a suspected U.S. drone strike has killed five alleged al-Qaida fighters in the country’s central Marib province.