• Russian tourists can enjoy again the Turkish seaside
Russian tourists can enjoy again the Turkish seaside

Nato, of which Turkey is a member, called for "full respect" for Turkey's democratic institutions. French President Francois Hollande expects "repression". Notwithstanding important differences over Syria and, for that matter, over Russia's annexation of Crimea and its Turkic Tatar population, Russian Federation and Turkey do have consequential...

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  • Soldier 'beheaded by mob' during Turkey military coup
Soldier 'beheaded by mob' during Turkey military coup

Turkey's government says followers of the cleric who carried out the attempt. The surrender came from troops occupying the Istanbul bridge, according to a tweet from Turkish journalist Mahir Zeynalov. "The President also underscored the shared challenges that will require continued Turkish cooperation, including our joint efforts against terr...

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  • The US is sending hundreds more troops to Iraq to retake Mosul
The US is sending hundreds more troops to Iraq to retake Mosul

US and Iraqi forces see the site as a key staging ground for an offensive on. Iraqi military officials said in interviews Monday that there was substantial damage to the air base that would require significant repairs. The airfield is "one of the hubs from which". The Islamic State has lost about 12 percent of the territory it controlled in Ira...

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  • Terrorist a delivery truck driver, says Nice prosecutor
Terrorist a delivery truck driver, says Nice prosecutor

The driver, who drove at high speed for over 100 meters (yards) along the famed Promenade des Anglais seafront before hitting the mass of spectators, was shot dead, sub-prefect Sebastien Humbert told France Infos radio. "I could see the trauma on their faces and women were crying". Now, here, where the attack took place, people have been coming...

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  • May puts Brexit on back-burner by seeking support from Sturgeon
May puts Brexit on back-burner by seeking support from Sturgeon

She said Friday she would not launch formal negotiations until there is a "UK approach" involving Scotland, which strongly backed remaining in the bloc. We welcome this meeting between the Prime Minister and the First Minister and the commitment from both of them to explore all options available. "I think it is important that we establish that befo...

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  • Pakistani model killed after offending conservatives
Pakistani model killed after offending conservatives

QANDEEL Baloch was murdered by her brother in an " honour killing ". Now Qandeel Baloch's silenced voice must be added to the outcry. While there was no nudity in her social-media posts, critics said her commentary, poses and clothes were inappropriate, overly sexual and violated Pakistani and Islamic norms.

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  • Vice President arrives in Mongolia to attend ASEM Summit
Vice President arrives in Mongolia to attend ASEM Summit

The two days summit has also recognized its role in various areas including broadening political dialogue, enhancing economic cooperation and increasing socio-cultural exchanges between Asia and Europe. "Partners are expected to strongly condemn recent terrorist attacks around the world and express their determination to counter terrorism in all fo...

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  • What they are saying about Bernie Sanders endorsing Hillary Clinton
What they are saying about Bernie Sanders endorsing Hillary Clinton

Before his endorsement , Sanders told the crowd he was "proud of the campaign we ran here in New Hampshire", and reminded them that he had "won in 22 states, and when the roll call at the Democratic nomination is announced, it will show that we won nearly 1,900 delegates", which he said, "is not enough to win the nomination".

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  • Cavendish secures 4th victory in this year's Tour de France
Cavendish secures 4th victory in this year's Tour de France

The last of the early leaders, Jeremy Roy of France (FDJ) and Martin Elmiger of Switzerland(IAM), were caught with 3.4km left, shaking hands as the peloton reeled them in. The Tour enters the Alps on Sunday with a 160-kilometer (99-mile) leg from Bourg-en-Bresse to Culoz featuring six climbs, including the beyond-category Grand Colombier.

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  • Alaska's Republican delegates prepare for national convention
Alaska's Republican delegates prepare for national convention

Charles. "I think he is bringing something to the table that people have been looking for for some time; they're looking for someone who will get in and mix it up". It's questionable whether he actually could do that. It would have given Republican National Convention delegates the ability to "vote their conscience", regardless of whether they ar...

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  • White House candidate Trump announces Pence as his running mate
White House candidate Trump announces Pence as his running mate

Donald Trump asked Mike Pence to be his running mate, and the IN governor accepted, a source with direct knowledge tells ABC News. Some was Trump explaining why Democrat Hillary Clinton is responsible for the world's turmoil. The Republican Party "had a competitive primary with him, enormous number of talented men and women", Pence said. After ...

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  • Western Leaders Stand by Iraq War Decision Despite Chilcot Report Criticism
Western Leaders Stand by Iraq War Decision Despite Chilcot Report Criticism

On Wednesday, Sir John Chilcot released his lengthy report on Britain's part in the Iraq war. He said: "The Chilcot report has taken far too long, but has confirmed what most of us knew which was that the invasion of Iraq was wrong". "They were not challenged and they should have been", Chilcot said. The war was justified at the time by cla...

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  • Why Turkey's coup matters for the US
Why Turkey's coup matters for the US

President Erdogan urged people to get onto the streets in Ankara and Istanbul , to combat the coup - and many of them flocked to the bridge. Events played out live over a range of connections, and dramatic if confused imagery through the hours of darkness eventually gave way at dawn to footage of soldiers crossing a bridge, arms raised in surrende...

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  • Britain's New PM Theresa May a Force to Be Reckoned With
Britain's New PM Theresa May a Force to Be Reckoned With

Mrs May's first night in No 10 saw a flurry of appointments, but the Brexit campaigner's elevation to one of the four Great Offices of State shocked observers. May has also created a new cabinet job, Secretary of State for Brexit, likely to be called the Brexit Secretary, tasked with steering Britain out of Europe following last month's referendu...

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  • Texas Father and Son Killed in France Terrorist Attack
Texas Father and Son Killed in France Terrorist Attack

The sole survivor was said to be too traumatised to speak. They met up with Veronique's in-laws - Gisele Lyon, 63, and Germain Lyon, 68 - who also were killed. The Consulate of Morocco in Marseille told HuffPost Maghreb that at least two Moroccan citizens, a woman and a child, were killed in the attack. He said he believes she may have been the...

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  • Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet takes shape
Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet takes shape

Britain's new foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, arrives at No.10 Downing Street on Wednesday. "We will do everything we can to give you more control over your lives", she said. The winning Leave campaign dismissed what it called "Project Fear", saying Britain would prosper if it regained independence from Brussels. "Britain is open for business".

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  • Turkey Coup: Who Is Behind It and Why?
Turkey Coup: Who Is Behind It and Why?

The case, known as the E-coup, sparked an investigation and a year later, Turkish investigators announced they had uncovered a genuine five-year-old plan to topple the government hatched by soldiers and public figures. Update 12pm: Media reports that Turkey officials have asked Greece to extradite the eight coup plotters who fled across the borde...

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  • Boris Johnson New British Foreign Secretary
Boris Johnson New British Foreign Secretary

He's insulted everyone from the president of the United States to the people of Papua New Guinea. Mr Johnson said: "His view was that post-Brexit what he really wants to see is more Britain overseas, a greater global profile and I think we now have the opportunity to achieve that".

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  • Australian Labor may block equal marriage public vote
Australian Labor may block equal marriage public vote

The coalition, which went into the election with 90 seats in the lower house to Labor's 55, now only has the slimmest of leads. But it is not yet known if the coalition will win enough seats in the House of Representatives to form a majority government or whether the country will have a hung parliament.

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  • Trump announces Indiana's Pence as VP running mate
Trump announces Indiana's Pence as VP running mate

When Pence spoke almost a half-hour later, saying he was 'deeply humbled, ' he drew a standing ovation for a line he uttered on Tuesday, during the pair's only other joint public appearance: 'Hillary Clinton must never become President of the United States of America'.

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