Police detained the man briefly, but quickly released him after establishing that no threats were made.
Mancino is on trial for allegedly negotiating with the Mafia following the 1993 bombings of churches in Rome,
"NATO is here to say. Russia is here to say. So we're going to have some kind of relationship," Stoltenberg said.
Results with 30 percent of the precincts reporting had PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk's People's Front leading with 21.7 percent of the vote.
All British troops will leave Camp Bastion within days, handing over the huge base to Afghan troops.
The EU nations also agreed to increase the deployment of medical and support staff in the affected region.
A proposed Hungarian tax on internet usage has sparked new accusations of an anti-democratic crackdown.
Around 95 per cent of the displaced people are from conflict-torn eastern Ukraine.
NATO fighter jets intercepted a Russian spy plane over the Baltic Sea after it breached Estonian airspace.
A batch of experimental Ebola vaccine was on Tuesday set to arrive in Switzerland from Canada.
Indian airlines such as Air India and Jet Airways, however, reported no disruptions and said they were "operating on time".
The Ebola patient was the third to be flown to Germany for treatment.
Pins bearing the militants' black-and-white flag are on sale at a jihad-themed bookstore near the Istanbul University campus.
Tirole, 61, works at the Toulouse School of Economics in France.
The Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was shot down on July 17 while flying over eastern Ukraine.
The nurse's illness illustrates the danger that health care workers also face in medical centers of Europe and the United States.
"There is no contradiction between a strong NATO and building constructive relations with Russia," said Stoltenberg.
A woman in the UK who was fed up of being single got married to herself in a full wedding ceremony attended by 50 guests.
Opinion surveys predict the biggest vote winner will be the center-right GERB party led by a former prime minister, Boyko Borisov.
He said the murder of taxi driver Alan Henning is "abhorrent and senseless."
Islamic State militants beheaded British aid worker Alan Henning in a video posted on Friday.
If the plan pans out, Sweden would be the first country to recognise Palestine while being a member of EU.
Special forces troops to operate on the ground in Iraq as Australian bombers to begin hitting Islamic State targets
The latest clip has been circulated as the US and the UK launched airstrikes against IS in Syria.
Buoyed by Scotland's referendum, 1.8 million Catalans are demanding their own vote.
Violence has continued despite a cease-fire declared on September 5.
It was the largest single number of Ukrainian soldiers killed since a fragile ceasefire came into force on Sept. 5.
"The Security Council should no longer serve as a forum for telling lies," Ri told the UN General Assembly.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau is using sonar to map the new "priority" search area in Indian Ocean.
Australia has been a strong supporter of US efforts in Iraq, and is expected to join in international air strikes against IS fighters.
Livieres had been criticised by his colleagues for defending an Argentinian priest who has been accused of sexual abuse.
IS has been accused of forcing Christians and other minorities to convert to Islam during their sweep in Iraq.
Ummi Abdullah's experience illustrates the pull of the self-styled caliphate straddling Iraq and Syria.
Lawyers for the three men said Wednesday they were not on the run and available for police questions.
Sarkozy and Herzog argue that wiretaps of phone calls to each were not legal.
The video follows the similar pattern to the first video featuring the journalist and is introduced with the title "Lend Me Your Ears".