There were more murders in October in Mexico than in any month over at least 20 years, according to official data, in the latest grim milestone in 2017, a year on course to register the highest homicide tally since modern records began.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has clamped down on attempts to make French more female-friendly, issuing a ban on so-called "inclusive writing" in official texts, according to a memo seen by AFP on Nov. 21.
Mugabe held his weekly cabinet meeting on Nov. 21 but only five ministers and the attorney general turned up. 17 others opted to attend a meeting to plan the impeachment.
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.
A Turkish court on Nov. 21 remanded two Iraqi nationals in custody over alleged links to the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) in the Black Sea province of Samsun, a police source said.
The Kremlin has said Syrian President Bashar Assad's visit to Russia is to ensure that he agrees to possible peace initiatives with Russia, Iran and Turkey.
Technical problems at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport delayed dozens of flights to one of Europe's busiest airports on Nov. 21, the national air traffic controller said.
The anti-Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) coalition forces “knew” about the evacuation of the terrorist group’s fighters from Raqqa, U.K. Ambassador to Ankara Richard Moore has said.
Turkish journalist Rasim Ozan Kütahyalı has been fired after making lewd comments targeting Bosniaks during a TV sports show.
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.”