Return numbers tripled from 2015-2016
Villagers in the Caucasian enclave cannot get back to their old peacetime existence any more than they can stay on a perpetual war footing
Human Rights Watch urges Uzbekistan to stop new politically motivated arrests at a time when it has been freeing some prominent political prisoners
Raids take place Wednesday in cities of Warsaw, Gdansk, Lodz and Zielona Gora
Speaking at the start of Thursday's talks with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, Maduro said that 'cooperation in the military sphere has been very successful and we need to expand it'
Strong political convictions held by Ambassador Jon Huntsman, says one prominent observer, should appeal to many top Russian officials
Order follows independence referendum
Politicians across globe criticized armed Spanish police who used truncheons and rubber bullets on voters, injuring hundreds in a crackdown on Sunday’s secession vote, considered illegal under Spain’s Constitution
At the Kremlin's opulent St. Andrew's Hall, Putin in televised remarks hailed the king's visit as a 'landmark' event
The Turkish president also said his country, along with Iraq and Iran, will soon decide whether to cut oil exports from Kurdish northern Iraq
Political uncertainty over future of Catalonia's secession bid has started spreading to economy, with stock markets falling and big Catalan firms relocating - or considering a move - elsewhere in Spain
Anadolu Agency said a group of seven suspected members of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, were located Thursday in a forest area in the town of Koycegiz, north of the resort of Marmaris
His most celebrated work was the novel 'The Remains of the Day'
Iraqi prime minister says separatism is not acceptable, while France offered to help in mediation efforts
Turkish reports said the worker is accused of trying to overthrow the government
The organization found traces of the chemical weapon after an attack in late March, before an April attack in a nearby town where nearly 100 died