As it happened this morning: Tuesday, June 26

As it happened this morning: Tuesday, June 26
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By Alice Cuddy
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Euronews brings you breaking news and trending stories as they happen on Tuesday, June 26.

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Euronews brings you breaking news and trending stories as they happen on Tuesday, June 26.

Refugee ship docks: Container ship Alexander Maersk docked in Sicily this morning and 108 migrants on board disembarked after days at sea.

FYROM name dispute: FYR Macedonia President Gjorge Ivanov refused to sign an agreement on changing the name of the country, saying it violated the constitution. 

**Uber licence: **Uber is expected to learn today whether its bid to overturn a ruling stripping it of its licence to operate in London has succeeded.

Erdogan new executive powers: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won an outright election victory in Sunday and is taking on extensive new executive powers.

Look back at how the morning's news unfolded in the blog below: 

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