Several people were wounded Friday during a stabbing attack in a shopping district of The Hague, Dutch police said.
"The Taliban wants to make a deal, and we're meeting with them," the president said during an unannounced trip to Afghanistan on Thursday.
A nearby terminus for commuters from across the southeast of England was closed due to an "emergency services incident."
The PM announced his intention to step down live on television the day after more than 40 protesters were killed in clashes with security forces.
A South Korean court found two stars, Jung Joon-young and Choi Jong-hoon, guilty of illicit sexual relations with a woman.
The broadcaster's head of news and current affairs, Dorothy Byrne, described the prime minister as "a known liar" in a major industry speech in August.
The government issued the order after a post containing accusations about the arrest of a supposed whistleblower and election rigging.
The National Weather Service warned the snowfall could make travel "very difficult to impossible" for parts from the western United States to the Central Plains.
"I think we're in a better place than we've been, doesn't mean we are there yet though," said Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley.
"We urge the U.S. to not continue going down the wrong path, or China will take countermeasures," the Chinese Foreign Ministry said.
Dresden's Grünes Gewölbe museum confirmed 17 items, including pieces belonging to Bavarian queens, were stolen in Monday's heist.
The protesters accuse Iraq's Shiite-led government of being corrupt, and also decry growing Iranian influence in Iraqi state affairs.
The red-brick university on Kowloon peninsula was turned into a battleground in mid-November.
So far 16 bodies have been returned to families in Hanoi two days after the suspect trucker pleaded guilty to assisting in plotting illegal immigration.
The resignations follow the arrest last week of Maltese hotelier and power company director Yorgen Fenech in relation with the case.
"The fact that these are precious cultural objects to Saxons and the world means nothing to these criminals," one expert said.
Fountain Hills resident was detained on Aug. 29 as soon as her flight landed in Shanghai.
"They are still repressing people, still arresting more human rights defenders," said Yahya Assiri, a London-based Saudi dissident.
Media reports said the vessel could be carrying three metric tons of the drug.
The magnitude 6.4 quake killed at least four and injured 150, officials said. It was centered 19 miles northwest of the capital, Tirana.
"This is an attack on the cultural identity of all Saxons and the state of Saxony," an official said.
"Not only the state art collections were robbed, but we Saxons," tweeted the prime minister of Saxony.
Israel revoked the visa of Omar Shakir, a U.S. citizen, under a law barring entry to foreigners who have called for boycotts of Israel or its settlements.
For months, Hong Kong protesters have been demanding that China loosens its grip on the former British colony.
A small passenger plane carrying at least 17 people crashed shortly after takeoff Sunday in Congo's eastern city of Goma.
Inhabitants are used to seasonal deluges but were not prepared for recent onslaughts, which plunged more than 80 percent of the city under water.