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Turkish President Erdogan Calls on all Muslims to 'Protect' Jerusalem

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has urged Muslims across the world to "visit" and "protect" Jerusalem, slamming what he said was an "unacceptable" infringement on Palestinians' rights to a holy site, according to the Independent.

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IOM: 120 018 Migrants and Refugees Arrived in Europe Since the Beginning of 2017

The number of refugees and migrants arriving in Europe since the beginning of the year has reached 120 018 people, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said, quoted by BGNES.

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Polish President Signs Bill Giving Justice Minister Power to Hire Court Heads

Polish President Andrzej Duda on Tuesday signed into law a bill giving the justice minister the power to hire and fire the heads of ordinary courts, one of three bills passed by parliament as part of the Law and Justice (PiS) party's flagship judicial ref

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Experimental Vaccine Against HIV has Promising Results

A study on a HIV vaccine, which is still at an early stage, has given encouraging results.

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French Police Arrested 150 Migrants at Cannes Station

French police have detained 156 illegal migrants at a station in Cannes, southeast France, the BFM-TV television channel reported.

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The World’s First Crewless Ship will Launch Next Year

The world’s first crewless, automated ship will launch in 2018, reports the Wall Street Journal, and is expected to be fully autonomous by 2020.

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US Company will Implant Chips in its Employees

A company in Wisconsin will become the first in the United States to implant workers with microchips, BGNES said.

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The Pentagon Expressed Doubts that Turkey will Buy C-400 from Russia

The news that Turkey is about to buy from Russia C-400 anti-aircraft systems is not true, according to the president of the US Chiefs of Staff, General Joseph Dunford, UAWire quoted by FOCUS .

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Wild Fires Across Southern France and Corsica Threaten Homes

Wild Fires Across Southern France and Corsica threaten homes.

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Vatican Fountains Turned Off in Response to Drought

Vatican authorities began on Monday to turn off some 100 fountains, including two Baroque masterpieces in St.

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US Sees More Signs North Korea is Preparing Another Missile Test

North Korea appears to be preparing for another missile test, according to a US Defense official.

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Russia Deploys Military Police at 'Safe Zone' in Syria

Russia has deployed military police to monitor the cease-fire in a safe zone in the eastern suburbs of Syria's Damascus, the chief of the Russian General Staff said on Monday, according to ABC News.

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Two NATO Ships Arrived at Odessa Port

Two NATO military ships arrived at the port of Odessa.

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A Man with a Chainsaw Left at Least 5 People Injured in Switzerland

A man with a chainsaw left at least five people injured after going on a rampage through the streets of a picturesque Swiss town, police said.

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After 30 Years Microsoft is Planning to Kill off Paint

The Microsoft application is behind some of the most prolific artworks of the last decades.

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More than 140 Migrants Reach Cyprus by Boat

Cypriot authorities said a boat carrying over 140 migrants believed to be Syrians, more than half of them women and children, was escorted to shore by the coast guard Monday near the resort of Paphos.

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Sri Lanka Navy Saved Drowning Elephants

Sri Lanka's Military and Marine Forces have conducted a 12-hour operation to save two young elephants that have been taken to the high seas.

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Rome Might have to go on Water Regime as Early as Next Week

Scarce rainfall and water supply problems are some of the reasons why the Italian capital Rome may be forced to introduce water regime this week, the British newspaper Guardian wrote.

World | July 24, 2017, Monday // 12:20 | Viewed: 922

Poland's President Vetoes Judicial Reforms After Protests

Polish President Andrzej Duda has announced he is vetoing a controversial law to replace Supreme Court judges with government nominees.

World » EU | July 24, 2017, Monday // 11:59 | Viewed: 859

Twelve American Paratroopers have gone through a Hospital after an Excercice in Romania

On Saturday, 12 US paratroopers were admitted to hospital after minor injuries suffered during a parachute jumping in Romania, the Army Times reported, quoted by Focus.

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Turkish Newspaper Journalists Face Terrorism Trial

A Turkish opposition newspaper itself is the story as 17 of its employees are about to go on trial on charges of aiding a terrorist organisation, BBC reported.

World » Southeast Europe | July 24, 2017, Monday // 11:21 | Viewed: 949
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