Navalny's detention at passport control in Russia was widely expected but the opposition leader brushed off concerns saying he was "innocent".
The new president plans to end Trump's restriction on immigration to the US from some Muslim-majority countries, move to rejoin the Paris climate accord and mandate mask-wearing on federal property and during interstate travel.
Spector, who revolutionised pop with his "wall of sound" music production formula, was serving a prison sentence for the 2003 murder of Hollywood actress Lana Clarkson.
Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient treasure trove of tombs, coffins and mummies in a vast necropolis south of Cairo in Egypt.
A Turkish official said emergency workers had saved at least six crew members and found the bodies of two others.
Weekly protests continue in Jerusalem calling on Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu to step down over corruption charges
The demonstrations in Siliana and other cities began after a video posted on social media showed a police officer shouting and pushing a shepherd whose sheep entered the local government headquarters.
The European countries said in a joint statement they were “deeply concerned” by Iran’s announcement it would produce uranium metal, a violation of the 2015 nuclear treaty.
At least 56 people have died in the 6.2 magnitude earthquake which hit Sulawesi island on Friday night
Parisians built snowmen and threw snowballs before the nighttime curfew kicked in, whilst Belgians enjoyed up to 10 cm of snowfall.
Grand slam champions are among 47 players in hard lockdown at the Australian Open, after four people on charter flights into Australia tested positive for COVID-19.
The calls reflect fears that violent extremist groups are targeting the city in the wake of the deadly insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6.
An officer noticed he had “firearms-related stickers” on his vehicle and asked him if he had any weapons inside his car.
The NRA said it has more than 400,000 members in Texas and plans to hold its annual convention in Houston later this year.
The organisers of the march called for a total review of legislation.
Some migrants have been sleeping rough for months while attempting to cross into Croatia multiple times.
Since the first attempt back in 1988, no mountaineers had previously reached higher than 7,750 meters.