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UK: At least 3 killed in 'terror-related' attack

LONDON At least three people were killed late Saturday in a "terror-related" stabbing in the English town of Reading, according to local media. Thames Valley Police said a male suspect is...

Multiple stabbings reported in UK town

LONDON  Officials from Royal Berkshire Hospital said at least two people are in the hospital with critical wounds as police deal with a serious “incident” in Reading, England, following unconfirmed...

Church, Bank of England apologize for slavery links

LONDON The Church of England and the Bank of England apologized for their historic ties with Britain’s slave trade. The apologies came late on Thursday after mounting pressure by a new...

EU hopes to provide COVID-19 vaccines in a year

BRUSSELS The EU plans to provide COVID-19 vaccines to its member states within 12-18 months, according to its new strategy announced on Wednesday. The European Commission will sign agreements with vaccine...

German clinical trial for COVID-19 vaccine approved

BERLIN  German biotech firm CureVac received regulatory approval on Wednesday for human trials of a potential COVID-19 vaccine. “The authorisation is the result of a careful assessment of the risk/benefit profile...

Berlin: Mother seeks Merkel's help to rescue daughter

BERLIN Protesting in front of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s office in Berlin, a Turkish mother on Wednesday pleaded for help in rescuing her daughter from PKK terrorists. Maide T. – from a...

UK merges Foreign Office with overseas aid department

LONDON   The British foreign office will be combined with the Department for International Development, which oversees the UK overseas aid budget, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday in a...

France: Medical workers protest, unrest and fires ensue

PARIS   Demonstrations in Paris turned violent on Tuesday when healthcare workers ended their hours-long protest at Invalides, where a large group of protesters set furniture and cars on fire with...

Russia wary of NATO status for Ukraine

MOSCOW  Russia on Tuesday said NATO’s decision to grant Ukraine enhanced partner status in the alliance does not “contribute to the strengthening of security and stability in Europe.” Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry...

Russia: Coronavirus cases exceed 545,000 mark

MOSCOW The total number of coronavirus cases in Russia rose to 545,458 on Tuesday, as 8,248 more infections were registered in the country over the last 24 hours. During the same...

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Australia cuts inbound flights in half amid pandemic

ANKARA Australia on Friday announced it would suspend half of all inbound flights, according to local media reports. The Australian government said those entering the country...

Lockdown in major state as India COVID-19 cases soar

NEW DELHI  As India’s coronavirus cases hurtle towards the 800,000 mark, the country’s most populous state imposed a three-day lockdown starting Friday. All offices, markets, and...

IEA: Global oil supply falls to nine-year low in June

ANKARA  Global oil supply has declined to its lowest level in nine years due to massive production cuts by OPEC+ nations, according to the International...

Football: Ivorian forward Kalou joins Brazil's Botafogo

ANKARA  Ivorian forward Salomon Kalou became a Botafogo player, the Brazilian football club announced the signing early Friday. "Bienvenue , Kalou! Ivorian star is the new...

China responds to US sanctions over Xinjiang

Beijing hits back at US sanctions on Communist Party secretary of Xinjiang for rights abuses of ethnic Uighurs

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