At least nine people have been killed and about 64 others injured after a truck bomb struck a police checkpoint in the town of Cizre in southeastern Turkey on Friday.
Some 928 aftershocks strike around Amatrice since Wednesday quake.
About 700 armed men will be allowed to move to rebel-controlled Idlib city.
Violence erupted after two protesters killed in police firing earlier this week.
More than a million asylum seekers arrived the European nation in 2015.
France's highest administrative court is set to deliver its verdict on whether burkinis should be banned or not.
U.K.I.P. leader likens Trump’s campaign to Britain's anti-establishment movement ahead of the E.U. referendum.
Tensions escalated in the Korean peninsula after a North Korea diplomat defected to Seoul last week.
The White House earlier said that $400m payment was made to resolve a long-standing financial dispute.
Despite a number of stimulus measures, Japan’s core inflation slumped for the fifth consecutive month in July.
British banking giant blames weak performance on considerable uncertainty in financial markets.
The country’s biggest stimulus package since the global financial crisis falls short of economists' expectations.
Italy’s unemployment rate has reached 11 percent, with its banking sector crippling under massive bad debts.
French privacy watchdog accuses Microsoft of serving targeted ads by collecting user data without consent.
by Lara Vergnaud New iPhone software update is a response to a major organ donation shortfall in the United States.
by Juliana Kenny WhatsApp refuses to hand over data that police require for drug bust cases.
by Juliana Kenny Google, Microsoft and Facebook are driving transoceanic cable systems.
Geologists used the technique of carbon dating on flood deposits to date Yellow River flood at about 1900 B.C.
A new study found that the “thirst circuit” in brain also monitors the temperature of the mouth.
Health benefits of drinking appear “irrelevant” when compared to the heightened risk of a range of cancers.
Food items that fall short of “unrealistic” standards are rejected, producing millions of tons of waste annually.
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