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Turkey suspends more than 12,000 police officers
Officials say it is in connection with suspected links with the US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, who denies claims he masterminded a failed coup in Turkey in July.
U.S. Coast Guard assists in several dramatic Louisiana flood rescues.
Louisiana flooding: at least five dead, 20,000 rescued
In Louisiana, at least five people are now confirmed dead and thousands displaced after massive flooding swept the southern US state.
France must 'do everything to defend the Republic' in wake of attacks
The wave of attacks in France is not only ramping up pressure on Francois Hollande’s government over security – it’s also putting inter-faith unity in the…
Turkey's parliament votes 3-to-1 to back Erdogan's state of emergency
The Turkish parliament has voted by three-to-one to approve the state of emergency announced by President Erdogan after last week’s failed coup attempt.
Ankara residents react as Turkey's state of emergency comes into effect
The atmosphere on Thursday morning in Ankara, on the day Turkey’s three-month state of emergency came into effect, was more sombre than it was the previous night when thousands of President Erdogan’s
French parliament votes to extend state of emergency
France's lower house of parliament has voted early to extend a state of emergency nationwide for another six months. Critics say that it is too little too late.
France's state of emergency to continue for three more months
Continuance of the state of national emergency comes after a lorry barreled through Bastille day crowds in Nice, leaving at least 80 dead
Toxic tyre fire forces evacuation of 9,000 near Madrid
A toxic tyre fire forces 9,000 to evacuate as thick, black smoke engulfs a city near Madrid.
Canada wildfire 'could double in size'
Canada’s monster wildfire could double in size, officials are warning – meaning there is no time to lose for those still caught in its path. Fleeing
Canada wildfires spread south, state of emergency in place
A huge wildfire raging near Fort McMurray in Canada has spread south, although a forecast of cooler temperatures and possible rain has raised hopes
France to extend state of emergency ahead of Euro football tournament
Hours before the announcement, security forces simulated an attack in a major Paris train station.
Flash floods kill at least 55 in Pakistan
In the Khyber and Kashmiri regions of northern Pakistan flash floods triggered by heavy rains have killed at least 55 people. An emergency
New research says Zika "could spark" Guillain-Barré syndrome
A new study by a French scientists suggests the Zika virus might cause a debilitating neurological disorder called Guillain-Barré syndrome. It comes
UK emergency services prepare for the worst
A crash involving two tube trains leads to the evacuation of dozens of passengers from London’s underground network: this is the scenario of a drill
Paris protesters call for end to France's state of emergency
Thousands of people have turned out in Paris to vent their anger over plans to extend France’s state of emergency for three more months
Air Canada plane makes emergency landing after turbulence injuries
An Air Canada Shanghai to Toronto flight had to make a stop in Calgary after several passengers were injured in extreme turbulence. Twenty-one
Britain braces for second battering: Storm Frank expected imminently
After a Boxing Day battering, Northern Britain is bracing for more bad weather. Storm Frank is due to strike on Tuesday evening (December 29), with
Hundreds evacuated amid northern England floods
Unprecedented flooding in Yorkshire and Lancashire has forced hundreds to leave their homes over the weekend.
UK: severe flooding forces residents from their homes
Repeated heavy rains have left parts of England, Scotland and Wales under water, with fields flooded and roads resembling rivers. In Lancashire, in