Earlier on Thursday, the Times reported that Britain's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn plans to back a referendum on the new Brexit deal that Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to present to parliament on Saturday.
Catalonia, Spain's northeastern region, has been embroiled in demonstrations over the past three days in the wake of the Supreme Court decision to imprison nine Catalan independence leaders for their attempt to implement the region's breakaway from Spain in 2017.
Donald Trump’s take on the Turkish encroachment in Syria has apparently been unstable: the US president effectively cleared the way for the operation by withdrawing US troops from the area, but later threatened to impose sanctions against Turkey as the offensive went on.
Footage from surveillance drones flying around what are formally called “particularly vulnerable areas” will be used as evidence in a trial to get a conviction if witnesses are absent.
Over the past few months, the United States and Saudi Arabia, two of Iran’s key adversaries, have blamed the Islamic Republic for a series of attacks on commercial vessels in the Persian Gulf and oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, which Iran categorically denies having conducted.
The US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey S. Berman has filed fraud and money laundering charges against Turkey's Halkbank amid the escalating row between Ankara and Washington. Scholars have warned that if the charges lead to sanctions against Turkey's banking system it will hit Turkey's currency and economy hard.
While suggesting that Norway was better prepared for a migrant crisis this time, Justice Minister Jøran Kallmyr has voiced a plan to place newcomers in tents to avoid projecting an image of luxury and sending the wrong signal.
New Delhi (Sputnik): In a terrifying moment, the sight of which could give you the shivers, an Indian man was nearly strangled by a massive python which measured more than 10 ft in length.