A Maltese court charged three men Tuesday with the car-bomb slaying of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, as details from the investigation indicated she was killed by a remote-controlled explosion of TNT.
Maltese court charges 3 with murder of journalist
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that the Caspian Sea littoral states have reached an agreement about the outstanding issues on the sea’s legal regime convention.
Lavrov: Five Caspian Sea Littoral States agree on legal regime convention
Romania's former king Michael, who died Tuesday aged 96 in Switzerland where he lived, incarnated the tragic fate and political turmoil suffered by his country in the 20th century.
Romania’s ex-king Michael I dies at 96
British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that she wants to reconvene talks with the European Union (EU) over United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the bloc.
UK PM says Brexit talks with EU to reconvene
A judge in the Spanish Supreme Court has withdrawn European and international arrest warrants issued for leaders of an independence movement in northeastern Catalonia region.
Spanish court withdraws arrest warrants issued for Catalan leaders
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel says the world order is changing and the era of the American dominance is gradually fading away under US President Donald Trump’s administration, asserting that Berlin has to defend its interests even through standing up to Washington.
American dominance becoming history, Germany must hold ground against US: German FM
Iran invites Russian companies to invest in construction of the Bushehr nuclear power plant, the Bandar Abbas thermal power plant and the Bafq-Kerman railroad, said the Iranian Parliament speaker in Moscow on Monday.
Iran welcomes Russian companies' investments in its energy, transport sectors
A Belgian judge will decide next week whether the ousted Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont, should be sent back to Spain to face rebellion charges.
Belgian judge to decide on ex-Catalan leader’s extradition on December 14
British Prime Minister Theresa May closed in on a divorce deal with European Union chiefs on Monday with last-minute progress on the thorny issue of the Irish border after months of deadlock.
Britain, EU close in on Brexit deal
Former Catalonian vice-president Oriol Junqueras, former cabinet member Joaquim Forn and two leaders of civic groups ANC and Omnium Cultural, faced with charges of sedition, have been refused bail, Spain’s Supreme Court said on Monday.
Spain's Supreme Court refuses bail for former Catalonia cabinet members

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