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  • Putin avoids politics on historical Slovenia visit

    Russian President Vladimir Putin avoided any public mention of current tensions with the West as he paid a visit Saturday to EU and NATO member Slovenia, focusing on history not politics. The main event of his trip was a ceremony at the Vrsic mountain pass in northern Slovenia marking the centenary

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    Syria and its ally Russia said Saturday that dozens of civilians and rebels had left besieged eastern Aleppo through humanitarian corridors but residents there and rebels dismissed the claims as "lies". The reported crossings came 48 hours after Russia announced safe passages to allow evacuations

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  • Turkey intercepted Gulen followers' encrypted messages: official

    Turkey intercepted encrypted messages sent by followers of US-based Fethullah Gulen well before the July 15 coup attempt, giving Ankara names of tens of thousands within the preacher's network, a senior official said on Saturday. Turkey says Gulen masterminded the failed coup from his compound in

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  • Officer shot in lengthy Armenia hostage drama

    One of the gunmen locked in a protracted siege with police in Armenia shot an officer dead Saturday, hours after authorities issued an ultimatum to resolve the hostage drama. "A sniper opened fire from inside the police station and killed a police officer ... who was sitting in a car parked 350

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  • UN envoy proposes extension of Yemen peace talks

    The UN's envoy Saturday asked Yemen's warring parties to pursue peace negotiations in Kuwait for another week after the government said it was quitting the UN-brokered talks. Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed's appeal appears to be a last-ditch attempt to rescue the four-month negotiations in Kuwait

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  • New microcephaly cases in Honduras raise alarm bells

    Six Honduran women have delivered babies with the birth defect microcephaly in just three days, raising fresh concerns about the spread of the Zika virus, doctors said on Saturday. All six cases of the Zika-linked birth defect were registered at the same hospital in Choluteca, a city just south of the

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  • The magic is back: Harry Potter play hits London stage

    Harry Potter fans were buzzing with excitement Saturday as "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child", a stage play that imagines the fictional boy wizard as a grown-up father of three, opened in London. After nearly eight weeks of well-received preview performances, London's Palace Theatre hosted

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    Attention beer lovers: the National Museum of American History may have your dream job -- traveling the country drinking brews, all expenses paid. The Washington, DC-based museum, part of the prestigious Smithsonian Institution, wants to hire a beer specialist for three years to taste beer in breweries

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  • Syrian media shows families leaving besieged Aleppo

    Dozens of families leave the besieged opposition-held east of Syria's Aleppo city through a "humanitarian corridor" to the government-held west, Syria's official SANA news agency reports.

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  • Tunisian government faces vote of confidence

    The Tunisian government faces a vote of confidence in parliament that could see Prime Minister Habib Essid unseated after just a year and a half in office.

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  • Protest in Burundi after UN decides to send police

    Around 1,000 people marched through the streets of Burundi's capital Saturday to protest against a United Nations Security Council decision to send a police contingent to the troubled country. Protesters marched to the French embassy, angry that France had drafted the UN resolution to send the controversial

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  • Saudis offer UN information about attacks on Yemen civilians

    The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen has offered to share with the United Nations the results of 10 investigations into air strikes on civilian targets, according to a confidential letter AFP obtained on Saturday. Saudi Ambassador Abdallah al-Mouallimi outlined a series of measures the coalition

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  • Air France strike grounds 20% of flights

    Air France on Saturday cancelled around 20 percent of its flights on the fourth day of a strike by flight attendants during the peak summer travel season, the airline said. "Difficulties with the composition of the crews could also lead to limits on the number of passengers per flight," it

    AFP News
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  • Merkel's asylum policy under fire again from key ally

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel's key ally in Bavaria distanced himself again on Saturday from her welcoming policy towards migrants in the wake of a series of brutal attacks in the country. Horst Seehofer, the conservative premier of Bavaria, said he did not share Merkel's "We can do it

    AFP News
  • Activists rally for Scottish independence after Brexit vote

    Around 3,000 people rallied in Glasgow on Saturday demanding a second referendum on Scottish independence in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the EU. While 52 percent of UK voters opted to quit the European Union in the June 23 referendum, within Scotland, 62 percent voted for Britain to stay

    AFP News
  • Monsoon-triggered floods kill more than 50 in India

    Floods triggered by days of torrential monsoon rains have claimed more than 50 lives in eastern India this week, the country's home minister and reports said Saturday, with millions of people affected by surging waters. Rivers have burst their banks, flooding villages in the northeastern tea-growing

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  • Philippines' Duterte withdraws communist ceasefire

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday withdrew a unilateral ceasefire with communist rebels after his ultimatum for the group to reciprocate lapsed. Duterte on Friday gave the communists an ultimatum to explain the incident and to reciprocate the government ceasefire by Saturday afternoon

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  • Pro-independence activist banned from Hong Kong elections

    A leading pro-independence politician was Saturday disqualified from standing in Hong Kong's upcoming legislative election, his party said. Andy Chan, who founded the Hong Kong National Party in March, was banned by the city's government from taking part in the September poll. "The National

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  • Singapore c.bank examining Goldman on work related to 1MDB bond deals

    Singapore's central bank said on Saturday it is examining the extent of involvement by Goldman Sachs' local unit in bond deals for Malaysian state investor 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has been questioning banks and financial institutions since

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  • Bangladesh police identify cafe attack 'mastermind'

    A Canadian citizen was one of the masterminds behind a mass killing at a Dhaka cafe, Bangladesh police said Saturday, after new information came to light following a raid on an extremist hideout. Tamim Chowdhury, whose whereabouts are unknown, returned to Bangladesh from Canada three years ago. The

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  • Two sisters shot dead in Pakistan 'honour' killings

    A man killed his two sisters on the eve of their weddings in Pakistan's central Punjab province, police said Saturday, in the latest case of so-called "honour" killings in the country. Kosar and Gulzar Bibi, aged 22 and 28, were shot dead by 35-year-old brother Nasir Hussain on Friday

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  • Husband of UK woman killed in Pakistan calls for justice

    The husband of a British woman who was killed in Pakistan has called for the UK and Pakistani governments to ensure his wife received justice, as he sought to keep the spotlight on so-called "honour" killings. Mukhtar Kazam presented at an emotional press conference a copy of the post-mortem

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  • Security stepped up at Amsterdam airport following threat

    Security was stepped up in and around Amsterdam's Schiphol airport on Saturday following a threat, local authorities said in a statement, adding that aviation was unaffected. "In a joint meeting of the mayor, public prosecution office, chief (of) Royal Military Police and the police of the

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  • Rare 'corpse flower' blooms again in New York after 80 years

    Visitors flood into New York Botanical Garden to see a blooming "corpse flower", a rare, gigantic plant famous for its stench. The last bloom occurred in the city in 1939, the phenomenon being so rare that witnessing it is "a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity", according to botanist.

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