Turkey’s president accused the Netherlands of “Nazism,” after it barred two Turkish ministers and as a referendum on a new Turkish Constitution looms.
On Sunday, almost 20 years after the so-called Island of Peace massacre, the Jordanian authorities released Ahmed Daqamseh from prison.
Ms. Park, the first South Korean leader to be forced out of office in response to popular pressure in nearly 60 years, said she would “bear with me all the consequences.”
Nigeria says the war with Boko Haram is over, but new arrivals still pour into camps for displaced people as the terrorists continue their deadly attacks.
Japanese officials wrestle with what to do with the ever-growing pile of radioactive waste at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, six years after the accident there.
By fathering hundreds, a giant tortoise in the Galápagos Islands reversed the threat of extinction. Another, earning the name Lonesome George, was unable to do the same.
In the impoverished northeast, devoted parents live around the needs of children whose grave disabilities are only beginning to be understood.
The opposition leader, who could become the next president, wants dialogue with North Korea and is skeptical about the new American antimissile shield.