GREECE – TURKEY
A Greek court decided on Tuesday to extradite three Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece after a failed coup against President Tayyip Erdogan in July, one of their lawyers said.
UNITED KINGDOM – BREXIT
Britain will have less than 18 months to negotiate its exit from the European Union once talks begin and won't be allowed to pick and choose what it likes, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator said Tuesday as he outlined his stance for the first time.
POLAND – US
Poland's Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a bid to extradite Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski to the United States, where he faces sentencing over a decades-old case of statutory rape.
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Child soldier-turned-warlord Dominic Ongwen denied 70 charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity on Tuesday when he became the first member of Uganda's brutal Lord's Resistance Army to ever go on trial.
The main rail link between Charles de Gaulle airport and the city will be closed all day Tuesday after an overhead electrical line got caught in a train and was “ripped down for at least a kilometre”, according to rail authorities.
Hundreds of thousands of people thronged the southern Indian city of Chennai Tuesday to honour their beloved leader, J. Jayalalitha, a former film actress and powerful politician popularly known as "Amma"(mother).
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve will succeed Manuel Valls as the country’s new prime minister, President François Hollande announced on Tuesday.
Cuban officials are putting enormous effort into scaling up internet connectivity in the economically crippled island, but the ground it must cover to catch up with the rest of the world remains enormous.
Former Vice President Al Gore, a leading voice in the fight against climate change, and Donald Trump, who at one point called it a hoax, met on Monday in what Gore called a "productive" session.
Russia and China on Monday vetoed a UN Security Council resolution calling for a seven-day ceasefire in the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo.
A supreme court judge in Brazil on Monday suspended the Senate's powerful speaker, a key ally to President Michel Temer, before he goes on trial for alleged corruption.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is set to resign on Monday after suffering a crushing defeat on Sunday in a referendum on constitutional reform, tipping the euro zone’s third-largest economy into political turmoil.
Manuel Valls, who resigned as French prime minister on Tuesday to run for the left-wing presidential primary, is a self-styled law-and-order strongman.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls formally announced Monday evening that he is running for the presidency in next year's election. Read FRANCE 24's live blog for all the reactions and analysis.
A Gambian court freed a prominent lawyer and 18 other political prisoners on bail on Monday pending an appeal of their sentence for “unlawful assembly”, in a sign President Yahya Jammeh’s shock election defeat last week could end years of repression.
GREECE - TURKEY
A Greek court on Monday rejected the extradition of three military officers demanded by Turkey over their alleged involvement in July's failed coup, a judicial source said.
A Russian army medic was killed Monday and two others seriously injured in rebel shelling of a field hospital in Syria's Aleppo, Russia's defence ministry said, blaming Western nations who support rebel fighters.