Armed with a can of white paint he took congestion matters into his own hands.
The president will be the first Turkish head of state to visit Greece in 65 years and is expected to discuss bridge, ferry and rail links between the countries.
A U.S. government witness testified that Recep Tayyip Erdogan, then Turkey’s prime minister, personally ordered that two banks participate in the alleged scheme.
After he retweeted the deputy leader of far-right group Britain First, some UK citizens were outraged.
Ksenia Sobchak, a television journalist and opposition candidate, opened a campaign office and vowed to stir a “national discussion about what is wrong with Russia.”
Are England genuine World Cup contenders, or just - once more - pretenders?
The US senator said this week he was "ashamed" of his past behaviour after allegations by other women.
Nasa releases footage captured over China, Korea and Japan of "lightning, city lights and fishing boats".
New Zealanders give their tips to Ed Sheeran after he asks the NZ Prime Minister for citizenship.
Pope Francis avoided referring to the persecuted Muslim minority by name in Myanmar, but now that he is across the border, that may change.
The Def Jam Records founder steps down from his firms after being accused of sexual misconduct.
Mr. Musk, the Tesla founder, has a solution to South Australia’s blackout problem: a battery the size of a football field.
A toxicology report shows the bottled contained a substance used to combat nerve agents.
Katrin Jakobsdottir, a pacifist and environmentalist who wrote a thesis on the writer Arnaldur Indridason, will lead the North Atlantic island’s government.
An inquiry looks into how Slobodan Praljak was able to get a deadly dose into court to kill himself.
The leaders of Germany’s largest parties will meet to consider negotiating a renewed deal after talks on an alternative arrangement fell apart.
How the BBC's Jeremy Bowen ended up in court with a war criminal who has died after taking poison.
Lawmakers responded angrily after the president shared videos from a British far-right group, then rebuked Prime Minister Theresa May.
Nine of the 500 people waiting to leave the Eastern Ghouta have died in the past few weeks.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson could be replaced by CIA chief Mike Pompeo, US media report.
Mushrooms containing traces of radiation, believed to be from Chernobyl, have been stopped from being imported into France.
Katrín Jakobsdóttir gets a coalition deal after the former cabinet fell in a row over a paedophile.
With two young children, Marica Ricutti could not handle shifts starting at 7am.
Former Today show host Matt Lauer has said he is "truly sorry" for his actions, after being accused of inappropriate behaviour.
Holocaust survivor groups ask how a Polish artist was able to make the film at the Stutthof camp.
A transition plan developed by John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff, would install Mike Pompeo, the C.I.A. director, as secretary of state, officials said.
I have spent more than 25 years as a journalist covering some of the worst disasters and conflicts around the world.
The Italian director spent nearly a decade in a neighborhood that informed his life and art. Its residents of today keep his memory alive.
A mother and son have been killed after a speeding car crashed into their living room and went completely through the house.
But the prime minister rejects calls for a planned state visit by the US president to be cancelled.
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