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Erdogan accuses EU of not paying up under migrant deal

Berlin - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the EU of not paying its way under a deal to send Syrian refugees back across the Aegean.

Turkish generals serving in Afghanistan held in Dubai after coup

Ankara - Two Turkish generals serving in Afghanistan have been detained in Dubai on suspicion of links to the July 15 failed coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a Turkish official said Tuesday.

Op-Ed: Why Crawford will regret facing Pacquiao at 140 pounds

Manny Pacquiao has long been waiting for the opportunity to fight again at his natural fighting weight of 140 pounds and if it is true that Terence Crawford wants to face him at that weight limit, he will surely rejoice.

Original Bramley apple tree has fungal infection

Nottingham - The tree, thought to be the first to give rise to bramley apples, is dying of a fungal infection. The tree is 207 years old and it is located in Nottinghamshire, England.

Priest killed in France church hostage-taking

Saint- - A priest was killed on Tuesday when men armed with knives seized hostages at a church near the northern French city of Rouen, a police source said.

Donaire won't be happy with mandatory fight against Magdaleno

WBO super bantamweight titlist Nonito Donaire seems unhappy with the reported mandatory fight against WBO bantamweight challenger Jessie Magdaleno, who is unbeaten in 23 professional fights and a fellow Top Rank fighter.

Forces loyal to Libya's unity government capture bomb factory

Surt - Forces of Al-Bunyan Al-Marsoos (Solid Structure, or BAM), loyal to the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) continue to advance slowly against the encircled remnants of Islamic State (IS) fighters in the center of Sirte.

Pope Francis faces tepid welcome in migrant-wary Poland

Varsovia - A portrait of Pope Francis hanging in Warsaw's St. Saviour Church is flanked by another, much larger one, showing the smiling late Polish-born pontiff and saint, John Paul II. In Poland, Karol Wojtyla is still "The Pope".

California's Sand Fire triples in size in fire-friendly weather

Santa Clarita - The Sand Fire burning in Southern California tripled in size to over 33,000 acres overnight as firefighters battled the monstrous inferno that is still only 10 percent contained.

China completes construction of massive seaplane

Beijing - In what could be a sign of a rising aviation industry, China has unveiled the world’s largest amphibious aircraft following seven years of construction.

Solar plane completes epic round-the-world trip

Abu Dhabi - Solar Impulse 2 on Tuesday completed its historic round-the-world journey, becoming the first airplane to circle the globe powered only by the sun to promote renewable energy.

Cancelled Nokia smartphones revealed in colourful group photo

A collection of previously unknown Nokia Lumia devices has been revealed in a leaked group photo. The shot shows several under-development products cancelled when the company was bought by Microsoft, including an 8.3-inch Windows RT tablet.

Twin suicide bombs kill 13 near Mogadishu airport

Mugadishu - At least 13 people were killed on Tuesday in twin bombings near UN and African Union buildings adjoining Mogadishu's airport, police said, in what the jihadist Shabaab group claimed as a suicide attack.

Solar Impulse 2: Flying the flag for solar power

Paris - In its round-the-world tour, the plane Solar Impulse 2 has become a showcase for Sun-powered technology, featuring innovations which could have a bright commercial future.What's new about it?

U.S. Army special forces accepts first female candidates

Washington - Two women will soon be the first female soldiers to undergo training to become members of the Green Berets, the US Army's special forces, the military said Monday.

Rescued violins bring back Holocaust 'escape' tales

Telavi - Tucking the violin beneath his chin, the instrument's wood glistening under the packed auditorium's spotlights, Guy Braunstein's hand trembled from the weight of history.

Solar Impulse 2: A shining global tour

Abu Dhabi - Solar Impulse 2 took off on March 9, 2015 from Abu Dhabi for the first round-the-world flight using only solar energy, a huge bet on current technology.

Interstellar Rodeo: Five years of fine music and fine wine Special

Edmonton - Interstellar Rodeo, a music festival presented by Six Shooter Records, celebrated five years in Edmonton with an array of fine music and wines.

Verizon buys Yahoo for $4.8 billion

In one of the biggest Internet company acquisitions in history, Verizon has bought Yahoo for $4.8 billion. The wireless provider will obtain all of Yahoo’s online search tools, content, and other digital properties.

Vine vulnerability lets hacker download the complete source code

A hacker looking for bug bounties has stumbled across a security hole in Vine that allowed him to download the entire source code from a publicly accessible website. He was awarded over $10,000 for the discovery of the blatant internal oversight.
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