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International concern grows over rising Russia-Ukraine tension
Libyan forces battling to oust ISIL from Sirte have seized a key symbol of the militant group's authority in the city.
US presidential race: Trump calls Obama and Clinton ISIL founders
Republican Donald Trump has characterised Barack Obama and Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton as the “co-founders” of the ISIL militant group.
Two bombs explode in Thai seaside resort
Two bombs have reportedly exploded in the Thai seaside resort of Hua Hin, killing one woman and injuring 10 other people.
No mercy for marijuana
The US Drug Enforcement Administration has denied requests to loosen the classification of marijuana as a dangerous drug with no medical use.
Canadian man killed in police raid was ISIL supporter and planned imminent attack
A man killed during a police raid at his home in the Canadian province of Ontario was an ISIL supporter and was in the final stages of launching an attack with a homemade…
Cancellara cycles off into golden retirement with Olympic win
Swiss cyclist Fabian Cancellara is riding off into a golden retirement – after scooping a second Olympic time-trial title.
Refugees in Greece learn to love the sea again
During the summer months, for many of us a quick paddle or dip in the sea hardly seems anything out of the ordinary.
Crimea: the disputed region fueling tensions between Moscow and Kyiv
Russia's 2014 annexation of the strategic peninsula of Crimea is at the centre of renewed tensions between Moscow and Kyiv.
Fires lay waste to large areas of southern France
Seven people have been injured, four seriously, and thousands have been evacuated from their homes.
Aleppo: UN probes 'gas' attack amid pressure for longer truce
Turkish diplomats go AWOL
Turkey says several of its diplomats have absconded after missing a deadline to return to Ankara following last month’s failed coup.
Cherchesov takes over Russian national football side
The Russians have decided the national football team needs a new direction and has appointed Stanislav Cherchesov as manager.
Amid boos and jeers, Russia athletes reject doping stigma
Russian athletes have been speaking out against the reaction following accusations of "state-sponsored doping" as they are booed and jeered at the Rio Olympics.
Ukraine puts border troops on full alert
Germany's interior minister proposes new anti-terror laws
Germany’s interior minister has unveiled new anti-terror measures aimed at beefing up security following a wave of recent attacks.
The biggest lego bike in the world!
This weekend, the biggest Lego bike ever build in was constructed in Rio at the Olympics, inside the Danish Pavilion on Ipanema beach.
Time to hug for migrants and their families
Families divided by the US-Mexico border reunite after a gate in the fence temporarily opens up in Ciudad Juarez.
Portugal is fighting against fire
The fire that mobilizes more resources is in Águeda, Aveiro district.
How satellites can help monitor the health of planet earth
We’ve been observing the earth from space for a long time but advances in technology means we can glean even more from the modern satellite. And
Fierce battle against raging wildfires continues in Portugal
100 million cars vulnerable to simple hack, scientists say
Up to 100 million cars could be unlocked and potentially stolen by simply copying the radio frequency used in remote control locking systems, computer scientists…
Syria: Russia announces brief halt in Aleppo action
Russian forces in Syria have declared a three-hour daily halt to air strikes on Aleppo in order to let vital humanitarian aid to get in.
An eight-year-old Olympic medalist - it probably happened
We check out the youngest and oldest competitors in the history of the Olympic games - including this year's 13-year-old swimmer and the 74-year-old who won a medal for a picture.
'Terror suspect' killed by Canadian police
A man has reportedly been shot dead by police after they said they had received “credible information of a potential terrorist attack” and had identified a…
Look Up! How to watch the 2016 Perseid meteor shower
The annual Perseid meteor shower is expected to be one of the best potential meteor viewing opportunities of the year.
Erdogan tells USA to choose 'Gulen terror group' or Turkey
The Turkish president is calling on the United States to choose between Turkey or FETO, an acronym for what Ankara calls the ‘Gulen Terror Group’.
Third gold swimming medal for Ledecky on Day 5 of Rio Olympics
Rain not deterring festival-goers as Budapest's Sziget opens its doors
The biggest Central-European music festival, the Sziget Festival, is underway in Hungary's capital Budapest and rain hasn't dampened the spirits of participants.
Man climbing Trump Tower in New York using suction pads is captured by police
A 20-year-old man who scaled the Trump Tower in New York using just suction cups was finally pulled inside the building by police who removed a glass window to get at…