International observers have denounced the lack of "equal" conditions for candidates to campaign in Turkey's twin presidential and parliamentary elections that were swept by incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his ruling party.
Leading rights group Amnesty International warned Monday that freedom of assembly was at risk in Poland just as the EU was poised to launch hearings over fears that Warsaw was undermining judicial independence.
A leading German research institute says business confidence in the country fell in June to its lowest in more than a year, as fears grow over a looming full-blown trade war across the world and political infighting over the huge refugee crisis darkens German's economic outlook.
The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) says it plans to create what it has described as a secondary currency market to help ease tensions that plunged the rial against the US dollar to a record low level on Sunday.
BBC has found its presenter Andrew Marr guilty of breaching editorial guidelines for commenting during his flagship Sunday morning program that Israel has killed “lots of Palestinian kids.”
A commander in the regional alliance fighting terrorists in Syria has said Israel targeted a drone engaged in ongoing operations by the Syrian army near the occupied Golan Heights.
More than 50 Members of Parliament from the ruling Conservative Party are ready to rebel against Prime Minister Theresa May in case she decides to pull the UK out of the European Union (EU) without striking a deal.