ANKARA (AA) - Anadolu Agency is here with a rundown of the latest developments around the world.
Peru’s President Pedro Castillo was arrested Wednesday, hours after he announced the temporary dissolution of Congress.
Castillo said in a televised speech that he would demand congressional elections to approve a new Constitution. The announcement was made hours before he was to face an impeachment trial in Congress.
German police arrested a group of far-right figures and ex-military officers for planning attacks to create nationwide chaos and seize power, authorities said.
Twenty-five suspects were arrested after coordinated raids in 11 federal states, including Thuringia, Hesse and Lower Saxony, the Federal Prosecutor's Office said in a statement.
Türkiye hailed the recent US move to exclude certain provisions in the final text of its defense budget on the sale of F-16s to Ankara.
Türkiye detected another illegal pushback of irregular migrants by Greek authorities, the Turkish National Defense Ministry said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin held a phone conversation with his UAE counterpart Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to discuss OPEC+ cooperation and a price cap imposed on Russian crude oil, said a Kremlin statement.
Over the past two weeks, Russian authorities have been considering three possible responses to a recent EU and G-7 price cap for oil imports from the country, local media reported.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the West "built a wall" in relations with Moscow.
Speaking at the Primakov Readings Forum in Moscow, Lavrov said Russia will be ready for serious dialogue with the West when "far-sighted people" come to the leadership there.
Political consultations between Türkiye and Russia will be held in Istanbul on Thursday and Friday to discuss regional issues, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said.
Britain and the US on Wednesday forged a new energy deal that will enable the US to export more gas to the UK amid the war-driven energy crisis.
An airplane flying from Casablanca to Istanbul made an emergency landing in Barcelona on Wednesday morning, and 28 passengers used the opportunity to illegally flee into Spain, according to the Spanish daily El Pais.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Wednesday that a total of 31 suspicious packages were sent to Ukraine’s diplomatic missions in 15 countries.