ANKARA (AA) - Anadolu Agency is here with a rundown of the latest developments around the world.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a delay Monday in implementing controversial plans for judicial reform that sparked mass protests nationwide.
Three children and three teachers were gunned down at a private Christian elementary school in Nashville, Tennessee, law enforcement officials said Monday as the US grapples with yet another horrific school shooting.
Türkiye on Monday summoned French ambassador Herve Magro to strongly condemn the hosting of YPG/PKK terrorists in the French Senate and "awarding them with medals of honor."
The Kremlin said Monday that reactions from the West will not dislodge plans by Moscow to deploy tactical nuclear weapons in neighboring Belarus.
The EU would respond with new sanctions if Russia stationed tactical nuclear weapons in Belarus, an EU official said Monday.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Monday visited the front-line positions of the Ukrainian military in the country's southeastern Zaporizhzhia region
At least one person was killed and 25 people were injured in missile strikes in Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk region Monday, the regional governor said.
The ramifications from the over 400-year-long transatlantic slave trade continue to reverberate through societies worldwide, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Monday.
Scotland's health secretary has been elected as the chair of the Scottish National Party (SNP) following 14 days of voting by the party members.
Azerbaijan on Monday once again proposed to hold talks in the capital Baku with representatives of the Armenian population in Karabakh for their reintegration into Azerbaijani society.