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US receives Turkey's request for extradition of Gulen but not for coup
Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen is officially the subject of an extradition request from Ankara.
FC Porto and Celtic reach the Champions League group stages
Portuguese giants FC Porto stunned AS Roma to reach the Champions League group stages.
Obama visits Louisiana flood victims
The US president said people living in the state of Louisiana have had their lives upended by devastating flooding.
Vuelta a Espana: Lilian Calmejane clinches Stage 4
Colombia’s Darwin Atapuma took the overall lead of the Vuelta a Espana on a mountainous fourth stage won by breakaway rider Lilian Calmejane.
Greece wants to give asylum seekers the right to work
The Greek migration minister has asked the European Union to speed up the relocation of refugees from Greece to other member states.
Afghan teenager travels 400km strapped to bottom of truck
An Afghan teenager, reportedly 16-years-old, has been found strapped to the bottom of a truck, after apparently travelling for around 400 kilometres.
Feyisa Lilesa fears for his life after Ethiopian government protest
Ethiopia will not bar runner Feyisa Lilesa from entering the country after he made an anti-government gesture upon finishing second in the Olympic marathon on Sunday, according to a government…
Worldwide tourism resilient but hit by economic weakness and terrorism
Fears over terrorism and economic weakness mean global travel is still growing but slowing according to the World Travel and Tourism Council.
Can comeback kid Sarkozy really win in 2017?
It came as no great surprise to the French when their hyperactive former leader Nicolas Sarkozy announced he was going to run for the presidency again.
India: Doctors remove 40 knives from police officer's stomach
Forty knives have been surgically removed from the stomach of a police officer in northern India.
Merkel tells Germany's Turkish community to show 'loyalty'
Chancellor Angela Merkel is calling on Germany’s Turkish community to show loyalty to the country.
Controversial new cruise 'only possible because of climate change'
A controversial first cruise through the Arctic has set sail from Alaska.
Brexit to dominate diplomacy this week
As Theresa May goes back to work after her summer holiday, German chancellor Angela Merkel visits 6 cities in 6 days to prepare EU response to Brexit
Winners of the Rio Games
Britain is indisputably back as an Olympic superpower as Will Satch’s team-mates left Rio with 67 medals, including 27 gold, sitting proudly second, above China and behind only the all-powerful United
Biden reaffirms US commitment to NATO's Article 5 in Baltics
US Vice President Joe Biden has underlined the United States’ commitment to NATO’s mutual defence guarantee, Article 5.
Alice Cooper for the White House!
“I wanna be elected!
Rio 2016: Russia Paralympics ban confirmed
Russia has lost its appeal against its ban from next month’s Rio Paralympics because of a state-sponsored doping programme.
No Brexit vote effect on stable eurozone business activity
Business activity in the eurozone in August shows no signs of being hit by Britain's vote to leave the European Union and France enjoyed surprisingly strong growth.
European Brexit tour begins for Angela Merkel
After a symbolic summit in Ventotene, the German Chancellor visits six cities in six days to meet 15 EU leaders and one prince.
Low milk prices plague French dairy industry
French food giant Lactalis said it would renegotiate milk prices with French farmers after 400 of them protested outside the company’s headquarters in Laval this…
Syrian Kurdish and government forces agree Hasaka ceasefire
The aim is stop fighting in the Syrian city of Hasaka.
Ukraine tension rises as Independence Day nears
A ceasefire is supposed to be in place, but as Ukraine's Independence Day nears, fighting against pro-Russian separatists in the east has intensified.
Forget the medals table, Grenada rules the Olympics!
Just which is the most successful Olympic nation?
Germany and France fear smart phone apps like Telegram aid terrorists
In an attempt to identify potentially dangerous jihadists, Germany and France have called for Europe wide rules that would limit the use of encrypted communications.
LeAnn Rimes releases 'Remnants'
US Country music singer LeAnn Rimes is back with her forthcoming album ‘Remnants’ which she describes as more spontaneous and organic than her last album…
Gates puts the Bill in billionaire as his fortune jumps to $90 billion
According to the latest Bloomberg Billionaire's Index, Bill Gates is now worth $90 billion, putting him well clear of the second wealthiest individual Inditex founder Amancio Ortega.
Rio Paralympic Games: charities hit out at funding shortfall
Charities have hit out at the precarious state of the 2016 Paralympic Games, which is likely to take place under the shadow of a huge funding crisis
Russia loses appeal against Paralympics ban
Russia won’t take part in next month’s Rio Paralympics after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld a ban imposed over the state-sponsored doping…
Italy: Bringing the eco-beast back from the brink!
An EU initiative hopes to make dilapidated buildings into ecological masterpieces
Sweden grenade attack kills schoolboy - was it gang related?
Police think a grenade attack in Sweden – which killed an eight-year-old boy – could be linked to a gang-related conflict.