Rejecting a request for a mistrial, the judge criticized the defense for allusions to Turkey’s Gulenist movement, calling it a “diversion from the issues.”
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An American espionage agent in Madrid in World War II, she went on to recount daring adventures (embroidered or not) in a raft of books.
Ms. Popovich broke the sound barrier in 1964. But despite speculation, she did not become the first Soviet woman to travel in space.
Countries whose citizens can visit the United States without a visa must step up their information sharing and put in effect other security measurements, American officials said.
After inconclusive elections in September, Germany may not have a government until March. Until then, Brussels and President Emmanuel Macron of France have to wait for real decisions.
Simon Bramhall, who used an argon beam to leave his mark on organs, pleaded guilty to two counts of assault by beating.
A report said church investigators had “rushed to justice” in the case of Bishop George Bell, accused decades after his death of abusing a young girl.
The royal family filled in the details of a plan that has been known since the couple announced their engagement in late November.
Their acceptance of a “divorce deal” opens the way for discussions on a transitional period and the nature of trade relations with Britain
Aleksei V. Ulyukayev, a former economy minister, has been convicted of corruption after a power struggle with the head of the state oil company.
Europe’s biggest budget airline reversed a longstanding policy in the hope of averting threatened strikes during the busy holiday travel period.