ANKARA (AA) - Anadolu Agency is here with a rundown of the latest developments around the world.
The death toll from powerful earthquakes that struck southern Türkiye last month has risen to 50,096, an official from the nation’s disaster agency said Monday.
An EU donors conference Monday raised over €7 billion ($7.5 billion) to support Türkiye and Syria in the aftermath of last month's powerful earthquakes.
Ankara and Cairo agreed to maximize diplomatic relations that were stalled after the 2013 military coup in Egypt, according to Türkiye's foreign minister.
Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev threatened the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Monday with the use of a Russian hypersonic missile amid the issuance of an arrest warrant for President Vladimir Putin.
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Moscow on Monday for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in his first trip to Russia since securing a third term in office earlier this month.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that China's Ukraine "peace plan" could be discussed and that Moscow is always open for dialogue.
The White House said Monday that it hopes Chinese President Xi Jinping will use an ongoing visit to Russia to press Russian President Vladimir Putin to halt his offensive against Ukraine.
French lawmakers rejected no-confidence motions against the government Monday, leading to the adoption of a controversial pension reform plan.
Britain on Monday said far-right Danish politician Rasmus Paludan will be denied entry to the UK to carry out a provocative act of burning a copy of the Muslim holy book.
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) will vote against the British premier's Brexit deal, the Windsor Framework, the head of the party announced Monday.
An American aid worker taken hostage in Niger in 2016 has been released, the White House confirmed Monday.
The share price of Swiss lender UBS plunged by around 13.5% after purchasing its rival Credit Suisse, which was in deep financial trouble.