"If the Crown Prince is not punished, it will forever signal that the main culprit can get away with murder which will endanger us all and be a strain on our humanity," Hatice Cengiz wrote on Monday.
Companies that sell refrigerators, washers, hairdryers, or TVs in the European Union will need to ensure those appliances can be repaired for up to 10 years.
The mysterious explosion struck the Israeli-owned MV Helios Ray, a Bahamian-flagged roll-on, roll-off vehicle cargo ship, as it was sailing out of the Middle East on its way to Singapore on Friday.
Netflix also won big with 'The Crown' and 'The Queen's Gambit' taking home the award in their respective categories.
Hiking across the Italian-French Alps, especially in the winter, is difficult even for migrants who have overcome other arduous obstacles along the way.
"I am limited in my freedom. Not to mention the kids. They can't go to school. Learning online? What future will they have?" one demonstrator in Hungary said.
The event so far at a Hyatt hotel in Orlando, Florida, has been a tribute to Trump and Trumpism, complete with a golden statue in his likeness.
Britons are advised to register for healthcare as residents in Spain and have until June 30, 2021 to change their driving licences to Spanish ones.
The unexplained blast has raised security concerns for shipping in the Gulf of Oman amid heightened tensions with Iran.
The 47 now in detention were among 55 arrested in police raids last month in the largest use yet of the territory's new security law.
Suu Kyi, who was arrested on February 1 following the army coup, is now being prosecuted for violating a telecommunications law and for "inciting public disorder," lawyer Nay Tu said on Monday.
Johnson & Johnson hope to supply more than 100 million doses of its one-shot injection to the US by the end of June.
The Hollywood elite in wax form filled out seats at the NYC eatery.
He urged all countries to issue public statements strongly condemning the Feb. 1 coup.
It came as several thousand people demonstrated on Saturday in Yerevan for the third day in a row, demanding the resignation of the prime minister.
The new weekend measures will be in force for at least two weeks.
Nemtsov was an outspoken critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, and his killing on February 27, 2015, was seen as a blow to forces opposing the country's longtime leader.