Turkey on Friday agreed to put its offensive against Kurdish fighters in northeast Syria on pause, which Donald Trump said would help the United States “secure the oil” in the Middle East.
The UK isn't the only country to feature a 'changing of the guard'; another takes place at the Kremlin.
Earlier, Hannah Tamaki and her party Vision NZ were accused of racism after she suggested that refugees should be paid so that they can stay in the countries that "they have managed to destroy".
One of the world's ten largest banks is set to lower interest rates on its multi-million Swiss franc deposit accounts to below zero, to the chagrin of well-heeled individual investors.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter and his work in Ukraine have been put in the spotlight after a whistleblower complaint regarding President Donald Trump's 25 July phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has spurred an impeachment inquiry, which was launched by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on 24 September.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, following 4-hour-long talks on Thursday, has agreed with US Vice President Mike Pence to suspend Ankara’s operation on Kurdish forces in north-east Syria for 120 hours in order to allow Kurdish troops to withdraw from the border with Turkey.
Chilean protests turned violent on Friday afternoon, and by early Friday evening, the Santiago Metro network had closed down all of the city’s 136 metro stations, leaving thousands of commuters in the city of over 5.6 million people stranded.
Earlier this week, President Assad’s political adviser Bouthaina Shaaban stated that the Syrian government “cannot accept” a US-Turkey agreement on ceasefire in northern Syria, which came after Ankara launched a military operation in the area on 9 October.