Former US President Donald Trump on Sunday blasted a possible indictment as a 'witch hunt' on his Truth Social platform.
A 41-year-old man is expected to be charged in an Australian court with one count of war crime murder, which carries a maximum penalty of life in jail, the Australian Federal Police said in a statement.
A man in the US state of Georgia has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for shooting into a convenience store with the intent to kill Blacks and Arabs, following an FBI investigation.
US Congresswoman Betty McCollum, a Democratic lawmaker representing Minnesota, said: "Not $1 of US aid should be used to imprison Palestinian children in military detention facilities, or used to tear down their homes."
Foreign minister Antonio Tajani said that "uncontrolled irregular migration" to Italy can only be reduced by improving the conditions of security and economic stability, which is why he is urging the IMF to unblock the $1.9 billion loan to Tunisia.
Demonstrators gathered in cities across the UK, including London and Glasgow, to Downing Street's plan to "outlaw" asylum claims by all illegal arrivals and transfer them to so-called safe countries, like Rwanda.
The Russian president's visit to Mariupol, which Moscow besieged at the beginning of its invasion of Ukraine, came after his surprise trip to the annexed peninsula of Crimea.
Shaima Dallali was ousted from her position at the National Union of Students in November last year after she was investigated over alleged "antisemitism", which she had refuted on a number of occasions.
Turkey's Erdogan announced on Saturday the extension of the Black Sea Grain Initiative hours before it was scheduled to end.
Afghan women promoted their work during a business exhibition in Dubai this week, as life becomes tougher for them back home under Taliban rule.