Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has urged Muslim students in Europe to make an impact on their surroundings and promote Islam.
Trump, Netanyahu to consult closely on Middle East issues: White House
US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have agreed to consult closely on Middle East issues, including Iran, the White House said.
Germany says US under Trump must abide by trade deals
The United States must stick to international agreements under the presidency of Donald Trump, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Friday, adding that he did not expect a major trade war despite Trump's attack on German car makers.
Alzheimer’s drug might end dental fillings
An experimental Alzheimer’s drug may have an unexpected dental application, as it has been shown to repair damage done by tooth decay, according to a team of stem cell researchers with King’s College London.
Italy avalanche leaves 25 feared dead in mountain hotel
Several children were among the missing Thursday after a devastating avalanche buried an Italian mountain hotel with more than 25 people believed to be trapped inside.
Colombia peace talks with ELN rebels to begin Feb. 8: president
Colombia's government will begin formal peace talks with the country's second-biggest rebel group the ELN on Feb. 8, after the guerrillas release a politician being held hostage, President Juan Manuel Santos said on Wednesday.
PKK bombing leaves 4 cops dead in southeastern Turkey
Four Turkish police officers have lost their lives and two others sustained injuries in a roadside bomb explosion that targeted their patrol vehicle in Turkey’s southeastern and Kurdish-populated province of Diyarbakir.
Greece asylum system conditions unsuitable to accept refugees back from Berlin
Greece currently does not meet the conditions necessary to accept asylum seekers under Germany’s plan to start sending back migrants who entered the European Union through the Greek border, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) spokesperson in Greece, Roland Schonbauer, told Sputnik Monday.
Hackers attack German governmental computers nearly 20 times daily
Different hacking groups conduct an average of 20 attacks against the computers of Germany's government every day, local media reported Friday.
Nigeria should consider asylum for Gambia's Jammeh: MPs
Nigeria should consider giving asylum to The Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh as a way of ending the political crisis in his country, lawmakers said on Thursday.
EU Parliament set to elect new speaker in heated vote
The European Parliament will elect a new speaker next week in an unusually heated vote that could end a decade-long cooperation between mainstream parties, complicate lawmaking and trigger a reshuffle of top EU jobs.
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