After prolonging the state of emergency seven times, Ankara finally ended the measure introduced after the 2016 coup attempt. However, the state now aims to keep many emergency powers in place with a new anti-terror law.
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Russian national Maria Butina has pleaded not guilty before a US court on the charges of conspiracy to act in the interest of Moscow. Her attorney described the 29-year-old as an "innocent student."
Germany's top diplomat said international policy making is burdensome when the US president's words have a "half-life of 24 hours." Maas said he was unconvinced by Trump's attempts to backtrack on his Helsinki remarks.
The Organization of American States expressed "energetic condemnation" over the continued violence and urged for new elections in 2019. The Nicaraguan government called the resolution "illegal, illegitimate and unfair."
NATO has been forced to reassert its collective defense clause after Donald Trump raised doubt over the US' commitment to defending Balkan partner Montenegro. The US President described Montenegrins as "very aggressive."
Hungary will not sign the UN's first compact on global migration, after all UN member nations except the US approved the draft to be signed in December. Prime Minister Viktor Orban has taken a tough stance on migration.
When Yorai Feinberg first opened his restaurant in Berlin, he felt welcome. But lately the Israeli has increasingly been the recipient of hate mail. A new study has found that hate in Germany has become more radical.
Sustained record-heat and a summer drought have kept the blazes going in central Sweden, prompting evacuations. Fires were registered in the country's northermost county in the Arctic Circle.
German authorities have admitted to wrongfully deporting an Afghan asylum seeker while his appeal was still ongoing. Germany's migration office said it was taking steps to assure the 20-year-old's return.
The man who supplied a gun to the National Socialist Underground terrorist group has been set free on bail, having served two-thirds of a 10-year sentence. The German neo-Nazi scene had campaigned for his release.
The German Cabinet has given the green light to a plan to subsidize jobs for people who have been jobless for years. The project, dubbed "social labor market," could help tens of thousands of people.
US Congress and President Trump are outraged over pastor Andrew Brunson's continued detention. The Izmir court decision will add strain to already troubled ties between Washington and Ankara.
The skies over Ethiopia and Eritrea opened to a first commercial passenger flight in two decades, giving tailwind to the peace process between the neighbors that severed ties in a border war.
A Thai soccer team and their coach have told how they tried to dig their way out of a flooded cave after becoming trapped. The boys were saved in a risky three-stage rescue operation by a team of international experts.
The world's top golfers compete for the Claret Jug in the 147th Open. It is the most prestigious golf tournament in the world and Germany's Martin Kaymer will set off in the first group on the long, challenging course.
Sure, there's been the odd mention of the UK's leaving the European Union at Farnborough, and the odd announcement that says "there's still a great in Great Britain." But aerospace is so global, you're unlikely to care.
Anti-Semitism continues to be serious a problem, but it is also being instrumentalized to rebuke criticism of Israel.
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A new film shows the dark side of pop art icon Nico, a singer and Andy Warhol's muse. Nico, 1988 depicts the tormented final years of the German-born model's life.
The Cambodian government has begun an initiative aimed at encouraging young women to study science and technology. The goal is for more women to become future leaders in the country's growing IT sector.
"Love, fire, cough, scabies, gout cannot be hidden" — so an old German saying goes. And while it may be difficult to conceal the painful effects of swollen, inflamed joints, you can conceal it by not getting it at all.
Researchers in Australia have developed a new way of detecting the deadly skin cancer, melanoma. Hailed as a "world first," the breakthrough could dramatically increases survival rates.
A heat wave is ravaging countries around the world. Although many celebrate sunny days, wildfires, wasted crops and health problems are some of the many disastrous consequences hot weather can have.
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