Adnan Oktar is known as a conspiracy peddler and has long been accused of running a sex cult.
Berlin authorities have seized dozens of properties they claim are owned by one of the city's Arab crime networks.
A security aide to Emmanuel Macron was suspended for two weeks in May after he was filmed beating a demonstrator.
One expert described the phenomenon of researchers publishing in non-peer reviewed journals as a "disaster for science."
Critics say the nation-state law is racist and threatens Israeli democracy.
Archbishop Philip Wilson has been charged with covering up sex abuse by another priest during the 1970s.
Syria has agreed to release rebel prisoners in exchange for evacuating the residents in two beleaguered cities.
UK police believe they know the identities of the perpetrators behind a nerve agent attack on an ex-Russian spy.
Seeking to diminish controversy over his meeting with Putin, Trump added a new element to his account of the summit.
Foreign planes and helicopters have been deployed to help tackle more than 40 large blazes across central Sweden.
While Turkey ended the state of emergency, the state now aims to keep many emergency powers with a new anti-terror bill.
Ortega's government called the OAS resolution "illegal, illegitimate and unfair," lacking legal power over Nicaragua.
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