Queen Elizabeth breaks from tradition, wears lighter crown
Queen Elizabeth had previously worn a different attire 64 times for state opening of parliament.
EU ministers to consider steps against Turkey over Syria offensive
Last week, Turkey launched an operation in north-eastern Syria targeting Kurdish militias.
Thousands protest in Germany over Turkish offensive in Syria
Germany is home to the largest population of Turkish migrants in Europe.
American Airlines cancels Boeing 737 MAX flights until January 16
The fast-selling 737 MAX has been grounded worldwide since mid-March following two crashes involving the aircraft within a span of five months.
Mexican protesters tie mayor to truck, drag him in street over failure to keep campaign promises
A local outlet El Heraldo de Mexico had reported that the protesters armed with clubs and rocks dragged Mayor Jorge Hernandez until the police stopped the Toyota pickup he was tied to and freed him.
U.S. fighter jet crashes in SW Germany, pilot survives
The F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter jet crashed at about 3.00 p.m. during a routine training sortie near Zemmer.
Canadian-American, Swiss win Nobel Prize in Physics
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced the renowned prize in Stockholm on Tuesday morning.
House subpoenas Pentagon, budget office in Trump impeachment inquiry
Trump is facing impeachment inquiry for a “favour” from Ukraine in investigating former Vice President Joe Biden, also a Democrat’s presidential hopeful.
Saudi Arabia to offer international tourist visas for 49 countries
“Opening Saudi Arabia to international tourists is a historic moment for our country,” said Al-Khateeb.
Corruption: Netanyahu demands live broadcast of his indictment hearings
Mr Netanyahu is set to face Attorney General who will make a decision on whether the prime minister will be indicted on bribery and fraud charges.
Former French president Jacques Chirac dies aged 86
Mr Chirac was president of France from 1995-2007. Under his presidency, France entered into the single European currency and abolished compulsory military service.
Putin hosts Maduro as U.S. pressure mounts against Venezuelan leader
The U.S., which wants Mr Maduro to resign as the oil-dependent South American state teeters on the brink of collapse, broadened its sanctions against Venezuela’s oil sector this week.
Brexit: Trump urges British PM to complete process
Mr Trump and Mr Johnson met at the UN General Assembly.
Germany still conducting criminal proceedings against 29 WWII Nazis
Altogether, 50 unnamed individuals are being investigated.
Rare Russian tiger kills hunter who encroached on territory
In March a Russian farmer shot and killed an Amur tiger near the city of Khabarovsk, saying the animal attacked a cow and then himself as he tried to chase the predator out of a cowshed
Boris Johnson ‘strongly disagrees’ with UK Supreme Court ruling
The UK Supreme Court ruled earlier on Tuesday that Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament was illegal.
Opposition lawmakers seek Johnson’s resignation after ‘historic’ court ruling
Boris Johnson would be the shortest serving prime minister if he resigns.
Boeing launches compensation fund for families of crash victims
The families of the 346 victims are each to receive 144,500 dollars.
Supreme Court rules against Boris Johnson, says suspending parliament illegal
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Pakistan denies airspace to Indian Prime Minister amid Kashmir tensions
Pakistan’s airspace is open for commercial flights, but this is the second time this month that Islamabad has turned down a special request from India to let its leaders overfly.
Trump revokes California’s right to set own car emissions standard
California was granted a waiver to set car emission standards that were stricter than federal regulations in 2013.
Saudi Arabia shows evidence attacks “unquestionably sponsored by Iran”
Iran’s foreign ministry had earlier denied any involvement in the attacks on Saudi oil facilities in an official letter to the U.S.