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Bodies of 14 executed in Libya's Benghazi found: Medical Centre

A hospital in Libya's second city Benghazi said today it had received the bodies of 14 people killed execution-style, in what the UN envoy said was a war crime.

Nearly 3,000 dead already in Mediterranean this year- International Organization for Migration

Nearly 3,000 dead already in Mediterranean this year- International Organization for Migration

Nearly 3,000 migrants and refugees have already perished in the Mediterranean this year while almost 250,000 have reached Europe, the International Organization for Migration said on Friday.

Hungary's Orban says "obvious connection" between terrorism and migration

Hungary`s Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday there was a clear link between illegal immigration to Europe and terrorist attacks on the continent.

`Lone wolf` attacks rising, hard to track, warns Europol

`Lone wolf` attacks rising, hard to track, warns Europol

The Islamic State group released a video purportedly featuring a 17-year-old migrant who went on an axe rampage on a train in southern Germany.

More than 3,200 migrants rescued in Med: Italian coast guard

More than 3,200 migrants were rescued from the Mediterranean Tuesday in 25 operations, the Italian coast guard said.

Nintendo shares rise highest with Pokemon Go's success

Nintendo shares rise highest with Pokemon Go's success

The `Pokemon Go` fever that has gripped smartphone users across the globe has led Japanese videogame giant Nintendo to double its value at the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Tuesday.

No signs truck attacker linked to extremist network: France

No signs truck attacker linked to extremist network: France

France's interior minister says investigators have no evidence so far that the truck driver who killed 84 people in Nice had links to "terrorist networks."

Rescuers save 366 migrants from boats in Mediterranean, 20 reported dead

Rescuers save 366 migrants from boats in Mediterranean, 20 reported dead

Rescuers saved 366 migrants from rickety boats trying to cross the Mediterranean to Italy.

Istanbul's airport reopens, flights resume after coup attempt

Turkish Airlines resumed flights from Istanbul`s international airport following a failed coup attempt.

Japan PM tells China''s Li international law must be respected - Kyodo

 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told Chinese Premier Li Keqiang that a rules-based international order must be respected.

3,000 campers evacuated in French blaze, fireman dead

More than 3,000 holidaymakers were evacuated after a blaze threatened to spread across four campsites in the south of France, as a fireman died on his way to the scene, officials said.

Germany will recall soldiers from Turkey if MP visit blocked: Vice chancellor

Germany will recall soldiers serving at the Incirlik airbase in Turkey if Ankara continues blocking German lawmakers.

Highly-regarded Slovenian finance minister resigns

Slovenian Finance Minister Dusan Mramor, widely credited with stabilising the small euro zone nation`s finances after being buffeted by the global financial crisis, resigned on Wednesday citing personal reasons.

Moscow accuses NATO of demonising Russia in order to justify alliance's defence plans

Moscow accuses NATO of demonising Russia in order to justify alliance's defence plans

The statements made by NATO leaders during the Warsaw summit were aimed at demonising Russia to justify the alliance`s defence plans, which have started to expand dramatically, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Sunday.

Islamic State lost quarter of its Iraq, Syria territory in 18 months: IHS

Islamic State lost quarter of its Iraq, Syria territory in 18 months: IHS

Islamic State lost an area the size of Ireland - a quarter of its territory - to hostile forces in the last 18 months in Iraq and Syria and is likely to further step up attacks on civilians in coming months, IHS said in a report on Sunday. 

38 civilians killed in rebel fire on government-held part of Syria's Aleppo

38 civilians killed in rebel fire on government-held part of Syria's Aleppo

Syrian state media says 30 people have been killed in rocket fire overnight in Aleppo, the country's largest city and the scene of some of the fiercest fighting in Syria's civil war, now in its sixth year.

NATO takes over US-built missile shield, amid Russian suspicion

NATO takes over US-built missile shield, amid Russian suspicion

The missile shield, billed as a defence against any strike by a "rogue state", is one of the most sensitive aspects of the US' military support for Europe.

'Balkan route' still open to migrants, Serbian minister warns

Around 100,000 migrants from Middle East, Asia and Africa have passed through Serbia so far in 2016 despite the closure of the so-called `Balkan route` which hundreds of thousands used last year to reach Western Europe, a Serbian minister said.

Obama urges NATO to stand firm vs Russia despite Brexit fallout

U.S. President Barack Obama urged NATO leaders on Friday to stand firm against a resurgent Russia over its seizure of Crimea from Ukraine, saying Britain`s vote to leave the European Union should not weaken the western defence alliance.

Obama says confident Britain will have orderly Brexit transition

US President Barack Obama says he's confident that Britain and the European Union would be back on good terms with each other.