U.K. Ambassador to Turkey Richard Moore on Nov. 21 described a recent incident during a NATO drill targeting Turkey’s founder and current president as “disgraceful.”
A Korean woman whose story became the subject of a movie has paid a sentimental visit to her godfather in Istanbul.
Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muiznieks has called on the Ankara Governor’s Office to reverse a blanket ban on events organized by LGBTI NGOs “immediately,” calling it a “blatant human rights violation.”
Emotional tributes from across the world of tennis poured in for former Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna on Nov. 20 after she died at the age of 49 following a long battle with cancer.
The New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) apologized on Nov. 21 for the petulant comments of some senior Kiwis after their shock World Cup exit.
West Bromwich Albion has sacked manager Tony Pulis following a miserable run of form that has seen the Chinese-owned club slump to 17th in the Premier League table.
Conservation groups sued the U.S. government on Nov. 20 over a plan to allow hunters to bring home elephant and lion trophies from Zimbabwe, following changing statements about the possible move by President Donald Trump’s administration.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Nov. 20 that she was "very skeptical" about leading a minority government if no coalition could be formed to run Europe's biggest economy and thinks a new election would be a better solution.
The New York Times says it has suspended White House reporter Glenn Thrush while it investigates charges that he made unwanted advances on young women while he worked as a reporter at Politico and the Times.
Myanmar has subjected Rohingya Muslims to long-term discrimination and persecution that amounts to “dehumanizing apartheid,” Amnesty International said on Nov. 21 in a report that raises questions about what those who have fled a violent military crackdown would face if they returned home.