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.

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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 | 1 hour ago | Viewed: 268

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 | 2 hours ago | Viewed: 272

Mass Arrests at Protest in Ankara

Turkish police arrested 61 people during a protest on Sunday night in the capital Ankara.

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More than 120 Palestinians were Injured During Clashes with Israeli Forces

Over 120 Palestinians were injured during yesterday's clashes with Israeli forces in Jerusalem and the West Bank, a Red Cross spokesman said.

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Taliban Attack in Kabul with at Least 24 Killed and 42 Injured

At least 24 people were killed in a car bomb attack in the Afghan capital Kabul.

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Trump to Visit Israel Monday in Bid to Ease Tensions

A top aide to US President Donald Trump was due in Israel Monday in a bid to ease tensions over new security measures at a highly sensitive Jerusalem holy site, a US official said.

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China Banned Justin Bieber

Singer Justin Bieber will have to "grow up" a bit and adjust his attitude if he wants to sing in China.

World | July 22, 2017, Saturday // 14:59 | Viewed: 2647

Senate Republicans Race Toward Vote to Roll Back Obamacare

As the Senate hurtles toward a potential vote next week to roll back the Affordable Care Act, Republican lawmakers still don’t know what legislation they will consider or what impact it could have on health coverage for tens of millions of Americans.

World | July 21, 2017, Friday // 17:23 | Viewed: 1610

Two People Died During Riots in Venezuela

Two people died yesterday during protests in Venezuela, while 9 are injured, reported Associated Press.

World | July 21, 2017, Friday // 14:59 | Viewed: 1413

Broken Coffee Machine was the Reason for Emergency Landing of an Airplane

Passenger aircraft of the German airline company Lufthansa with over 180 people on board had to make emergency landing in Cyprus due to broken coffee machine, reported RIA Novosti.

World | July 21, 2017, Friday // 14:20 | Viewed: 1621

Riots Broke out after a Drug Boss was Killed in Mexico City

The head of the Tawak-Chalco drug cartel, was killed in a shootout last night in a major riot in the Mexican capital, the Financiero portal reported.

World | July 21, 2017, Friday // 12:17 | Viewed: 1385

Israeli Police Ban Muslim Men Aged Under 50 From Friday Prayers in Jerusalem

Israeli police have banned Muslim men under the age of 50 from a contested shrine in Jerusalem.

World | July 21, 2017, Friday // 11:54 | Viewed: 1216

Germany Vows to Defend Firms Doing Business in Turkey

 It is extremely difficult for German companies to make investments in Turkey under the current political climate in the country, German Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries said on Thursday.

World » EU | July 20, 2017, Thursday // 17:01 | Viewed: 1865

China Blocked the Access to WhatsApp

Messaging application WhatsApp which is owned by Facebook was partly blocked in China as an act of censorship from the government, writes Bloomgerg.

World | July 20, 2017, Thursday // 14:23 | Viewed: 1492

Germany Warns Its Citizens Against Travel to Turkey

Germany is sharpening its policy toward Turkey in response to jailings of journalists and human rights activists.

World » EU | July 20, 2017, Thursday // 13:54 | Viewed: 1963

Federica Mogherini to Meet Top Officials in Greece

The EU's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission,Federica Moghereini, will hold a series of meetings in Athens today.

World » Southeast Europe | July 20, 2017, Thursday // 11:36 | Viewed: 1987

John McCain has been Diagnosed with Brain Cancer, says Spokesman

US Republican Senator John McCain has a malignant tumor in the brain, reported by the office and his family, quoted by Reuters and Associated Press.

World | July 20, 2017, Thursday // 11:05 | Viewed: 1273

Terrorist Acts Around the World Continue to Decrease

The total number of terrorist acts around the world last year declined as well as the number of victims, with the trend continuing for a second consecutive year.

World | July 20, 2017, Thursday // 10:53 | Viewed: 1476
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