Steven Jones was charged with one count of first degree murder and three counts of aggravated assault. Colin Brough was killed and three others were injured.
The organization was recognized for its role in building a democracy in Tunisia in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution of 2011.
FIFA’s ethics committee announced Thursday it was provisionally suspending President Sepp Blatter, Secretary General Jerome Valcke, and Vice President Michel Platini for 90 days. Chung Mong-joon, former FIFA vice president, has been banned for six years. Cameroonian Issa Hayatou is now FIFA’s acting president.
Under Operation Sophia, naval ships are able to “board, search, seize and divert” vessels suspected of being used by human smugglers.
The medical charity acknowledged the presidential phone call but repeated its demands for an international body to take up the investigation into the airstrike that killed 22 people.
Médecins Sans Frontières says 22 people died in an airstrike on a facility in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan. The top U.S. officer in Afghanistan will appear before the Senate Armed Services Committee Tuesday.
The reported 26-year-old gunman appears to have left an extensive profile on obscure blog sites and other online boards. His family described their “shock” at Thursday’s shooting.
President Vladimir Putin said Russian warplanes were helping an offensive by the Assad regime. Earlier, the upper house of the Russian parliament unanimously granted permission to deploy armed forces.
Two tents were reportedly hit in an attack near the Red Sea port of Mokha.
Kunduz became the first major urban area to be seized by the militant group since the U.S.-led invasion in 2001 Monday.
International condemnation has grown after 717 people died and 805 were wounded in a stampede near Mecca during the annual pilgrimage.
Two suspected suicide bombers launched the attack in the capital, Sanaa, during Eid-Al-Adha prayers.
The incident took place Thursday in Mina, outside the holy city of Mecca.
Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed had been imprisoned for aiding the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood during a retrial in August.
Volkswagen has said it is “deeply sorry” after its vehicles were found to contain a device designed to dodge U.S. federal emissions standards.
Fighters stormed a base in Peshawar wearing military uniform, officials said.
Officers announced the dissolution of the West African nation’s transitional government on state TV early Thursday.
Lisa Borch, a 16-year-old from Denmark, was jailed for murdering her mother after watching videos of beheadings last year, according to reports.
Authorities can now arrest and charge anyone who attempts to breach the razor wire fence built along the country’s border with Serbia, which was completed Monday. So far, 60 people have been detained.
State media in Pyongyang said the Yongbyon complex is back in operation and that the country is ready to launch nuclear weapons “at any time.”