|Nigerian police detain journalist for not revealing source, paper says|
Nigerian police on Tuesday detained a journalist for refusing to reveal the source of an article on a confidential letter from the chief of the force, the reporter's newspaper said, as Nigeria's security agencies come under pressure to reform.
|Malta lets rescue ship dock after EU states agree to take migrants|
Malta said on Tuesday it would allow the Mediterranean rescue ship Aquarius, which has been barred for four days from several coastal states, to dock after five European Union countries agreed to take in the 141 migrants on board.
|Erdogan says Turkey will boycott U.S. electronics, lira steadies|
President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that Turkey would boycott electronic products from the United States, retaliating in a row with Washington that helped drive the lira to record lows.
|U.S. official warns of more actions against Turkey if pastor not freed|
The United States is warning more economic pressures may be in store for Turkey if it refuses to release a jailed American pastor, a White House official said on Tuesday, in a dispute that has further strained relations between the NATO allies.
|Italy rescuers search for survivors after motorway collapse kills dozens|
Firefighters searched on Tuesday for survivors and bodies amid the rubble of a motorway bridge that collapsed in the morning in the northern Italian port city of Genoa, killing dozens.
|Chile asks Vatican for info on sex abuse cases, steps up raids|
The Chilean government asked the Vatican on Tuesday to hand over documents related to accusations of sex abuse committed by clergy in Chile against minors, as local prosecutors stepped up raids of Roman Catholic Church offices in Santiago.