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The International Migrants' Day, which we are marking this year with worry about the bitter cold, heavy snow and very difficult weather conditions, is a good time to ask ourselves how are the refugees and migrants doing now that they are in transit between their homes that they most likely had to leave, and their future destinations they are heading for seeking safety, protection and the chance
The United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution Monday condemning the "systematic, widespread and gross" human rights violations in North Korea, according to Eyewitness News.
The non-binding resolution, which was passed by consensus without a vote, welcomes diplomatic efforts to end the crisis on the Korean peninsula.
China will never pursue hegemony, President Xi Jinping said Tuesday as global concerns persist over the country's growing economic influence.
Temporary the water supply in some parts of Sofia will be suspended due to the construction of sewerage and the replacement of street water supply.
On 19 December 2018, in connection with the construction of sewerage and the replacement of street water supply on Balaton Street, in Lyulin district, the water supply will be suspended from 09.00 to 21.00.
Manchester United says Jose Mourinho has left the Premier League club with immediate effect.
Turkish fighter jets embarked on a barrage of airspace violations in the Aegean on Monday, in what was seen by Athens as a response to remarks on Friday by US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell, who hailed Greece as a "fantastic ally" in the region and backed Cyprus's gas exploration rights.
A Turkish court on Dec. 17 remanded three state railways employees in custody over last week's high-speed train crash in the capital Ankara which claimed nine lives.