Protesters, including one dressed as a Ku Klux Klan member, threw stones and fireworks at a bus carrying refugee families.
The proposed treaty, which is still being drafted, would call on signatory nations to ban mass surveillance, increase oversight on intelligence agencies, and protect whistleblowers.
The U.S. Defense Secretary said that Washington and Moscow would coordinate on finding a solution to the Syrian conflict.
The self-described democratic socialist praised the pontiff's mention of Catholic socialist Dorothy Day alongside Martin Luther King Jr. and Abraham Lincoln.
The company has been rocked by the news that up to 11 million cars worldwide may have been installed with software that covertly altered the results of emissions tests.
The three-month operation was reportedly delayed because police had to deal with the massive Occupy Central protests that shook Hong Kong last year.
The move comes after a series of border measures were taken by the two nations amid flaring tensions over refugee movement.
An unnamed spokesman said that the weapons were legally packed into the cargo in India and were set to be used by Indian peacekeepers in Congo.
CEO Martin Winterkorn apologized for the "irregularities" after the company admitted to using illicit software to cheat U.S. emissions tests.
Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and the Czech Republic continue to oppose the quota plan, which was approved in a rare majority vote Tuesday.
The group has been linked to attacks on several secular bloggers in the past two years, especially those who are critical of Islam.
Australian government sources had alleged that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull delayed the white paper's release until after the next federal election.
The researchers said their findings would have major applications in advanced machinery like aircraft components.
The bank has already paid over $650 million to various U.S. authorities in fines after it was found to have violated international sanctions against doing business with Iran.
The price of a specialty tuberculosis drug was massively increased after it was purchased by a biotech company, leading to an outcry until it was rolled back.
Germany’s migration director reportedly reached an agreement with the firm to manage the influx of refugees.
The unnamed general said that the country's military leaders were unwilling to accept the leftist Corbyn's plans to scrap Britain's nuclear defense system and downsize its forces.
Contradicting reports have surrounded the probe over whether IAEA chief Yukiya Amano Yukiya Amano was present during the collection of samples.
The vote would mark the first time the U.S. has refrained from opposing an official U.N. condemnation of its 54-year-old embargo on Cuba.
Angela Merkel emphasized that Germany should only protect those fleeing violence or persecution, and not those immigrating for economic reasons.