The 28-year-old man, identified only as Saman, is due to be blinded after 'accidentally blinding another man with a metal rod'
'There was no apparent threat from the Palestinian that was incapacitated'
The mayor of Vilvoorde, a suburban town outside the capital, called Belgium’s security arrangements 'a perfect example of organised chaos'
'We are quite frankly alarmed at the speed at which this deal has been put into effect'
Every year runners come from around the world to take part in the event, many of them probably unaware that they're running across stolen land
Saudi Arabia's press channels provide fascinating insights into how the country wants to present itself to the rest of the world
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Cyprus threatens proposed 'one-for-one' swap deal, due to be agreed at the EU summit in Brussels
President Erdogan was the first Turkish leader to attempt to resolve conflict with its Kurdish minority, but his own ambitions have derailed the peace process
Inconsistencies call into question whether they are simply fakes designed to make money
Some 2,800 civilians have been killed in the war, according to the United Nations
Cameron under pressure to update MPs on impact of RAF campaign in Syria and Iraq
Jihad is still a threat to the people of Baghdad, but lack of oil revenue is inducing near-panic
Traffickers 'amending business model' to challenge EU policy of intercepting and sinking boats used for trafficking refugees
The Turkish president has excelled even his own record in his recent treatment of two journalists facing trial