President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Nov. 22 hailed a key meeting in the Russian resort of Sochi with his Russian and Iranian counterparts on the fate of Syria, describing it as a meeting aiming to end the long-running tragedy in the war-torn country.
Egypt's public prosecutor has ordered the detention of 29 people suspected of espionage on behalf of Turkey and joining a terrorist organization, state news agency MENA reported on Nov. 22.
A U.N. court on Nov. 22 has convicted former Bosnian Serb military chief Gen. Ratko Mladic of genocide and crimes against humanity and sentenced him to life in prison for atrocities perpetrated during Bosnia’s 1992-1995 war.
Former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic was dragged out of his judgement hearing on Nov. 22, after he started shouting at war crimes judges that they were lying.
French police have detained a Russian lawmaker and tycoon in southern France as part of a probe into suspected laundering of tax fraud proceeds, a French prosecutor said on Nov. 21.
Robert Mugabe resigned as Zimbabwe's president on Nov. 21, a week after the army and his former political allies moved to end four decades of rule by a man once feted as an independence hero who became feared as a despot.
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.
The United States on Nov. 21 imposed sanctions against 13 Chinese and North Korean organizations Washington accused of helping evade nuclear restrictions against Pyongyang and supporting the country through trade of commodities like coal.
An aircraft carrying 11 crew and passengers has crashed into the Pacific Ocean while on the way to the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, the U.S. Navy said.
As the US military opens a new front in its air war in Afghanistan, targeting the Taliban’s poppy-processing factories and dropping thousands more bombs, experts are warning of the risk of alienating the local population.
The United States on Nov. 21 called the Turkish government’s accusations of a plot in the case of Turkish-Iranian businessman Reza Zarrab “ridiculous,” referring to an earlier response by Washington on the alleged involvement with last year’s failed coup.