The European Union on Tuesday agreed to place a unit of the Iranian Intelligence ministry and two of its staff on the EU terrorist list for planning assassinations in Europe, the Danish Foreign Ministry and EU diplomats said.
A 20-year-old German man detained for a far-reaching data breach has told investigators he acted alone, motivated by anger at statements made by the affected politicians, journalists and public figures, the BKA federal crime office said on Tuesday.
At least three people were killed and around 300 injured on Tuesday after two trains collided in the South African capital Pretoria, an emergency services official said.
Lawyers for former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang argued on Tuesday that his detention in South Africa over $2 billion of fraudulent loans was illegal and that he should be released.
It is not yet the time to consider a delay to Britain’s exit from the European Union as the British parliament may come around to supporting the current deal, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Tuesday.
Ireland would not block a British request to delay its exit from the European Union, but it would be up to the union as a whole to decide, Ireland’s Foreign Minister said on Tuesday.
Tanzania appointed a new mining minister on Tuesday, an official from the president’s office announced on state TV, in the latest change in a sector roiled by government intervention.
Assailants wielding wooden bars beat unconscious a lawmaker for the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in the northern city of Bremen in what police described as a politically-motivated attack.
The Kurdish YPG militia’s fight with Islamic State in Syria was “a huge lie”, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday, as he criticized U.S. comments that Ankara must agree to protect Washington’s Kurdish allies.
A man died on Tuesday after “falling from height” in a shopping center in London’s Canary Wharf, police said, the second death in the financial district in 24 hours.