Top Saudi intelligence officials close to Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman discussed hiring private companies last year to kill Iranian enemies of the kingdom, the New York Times reported Nov. 11, citing anonymous sources.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan meets with Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani. File photo
Milking a Cobra for venom during a snake handling display at Queen Saovabha Snake Park, Bangkok, Thailand. (Alamy Stock Photo)
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (L) is seen in this file photo with his top aide Saud al-Qahtani
Japanese Princess Akiko of Mikasa became the honorary president of Prince Mikasa Foundation in Istanbul on Sept. 13.
The "historical duty" of Hatun Dilci, who has retired with a certificate of success after serving in the ancient city of Anavarza as a guard for 34 years, is now continued by her son.
Prior to the fire of July 23, because of the enormous efforts over the past year of Vangeli and Sisi, who help me in the garden, there is still some semblance of a garden. Sadly this is not the case for most of my neighbors.
This past year, I "illegally" took out two enormous pine trees - last year one - and we topped and pruned three others.
The queen of France supposedly said "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche," which translates into English as "Let them eat cake!" Though there is no historical evidence that Marie-Antoinette ever said such a thing, but history liked it, it must be one of the most often repeated phrases, perhaps because it remains as a good example of a reign oblivious to the poor, suggesting the people should eat fancy
Diamonds and pearls that once belonged to French King Louis XVI's Queen Marie-Antoinette and have never been seen in public are to go on sale.