President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel to “know your limits” after he vehemently criticised the Turkish leader for interfering in Germany’s upcoming elections.
Finnish police said yesterday that a Moroccan asylum-seeker deliberately targeted women in a stabbing spree that left two dead and is being investigated as the country’s first terror attack.
Police were searching yesterday for the driver of a van that killed 13 people when it ploughed into a crowd in Barcelona and were trying to determine whether two other suspected religious militants linked to the attack had died or were at large.
The Duterte administration is “on track” to complete the infrastructure projects under the ‘Build, Build, Build’ programme, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said, but warned that Filipinos will have to bear with added inconveniences “before things get better.”
Public anger at the monarchy following the death of Princess Diana marked a turning point for the royal family, forcing a revolution in its communications machine that helped revive the brand.
Thousands of people in Boston protested a Free Speech rally featuring right-wing speakers yesterday, with hundreds of police mobilised to prevent a recurrence of violence that left a woman dead at a Virginia white-supremacist protest last week.