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June 24th
Voters extended Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s hold on power in national elections and endorsed the Turkish leader’s increasingly authoritarian model of government in one of Washington’s most important but often defiant NATO allies.​
June 24th
EU leaders failed to bridge disagreements over the bloc’s politically toxic migration issue, a long-unresolved conundrum now threatening to topple the EU’s most powerful leader, Germany’s Angela Merkel.
June 24th
Women from Riyadh to Jeddah and Saudi Arabia’s more conservative corners slid into driver’s seats to celebrate the end to the kingdom’s policy that prohibited women from obtaining a driving license.
June 24th
After a 6-1win over Panama, England appears ready to shed its reputation as the great chokers of international soccer.
June 24th
The Syrian regime’s main military ally, Russia, carried out airstrikes Sunday in the country’s southwest, defying a cease-fire pact with the U.S. and Jordan.
June 24th
Tens of thousands have been trying to cross the southern border into the U.S. to seek asylum. Most won’t win, according to U.S. government data.
June 24th
Canada serves as a model for those lobbying for similar access to naloxone in the U.S., where a patchwork of state laws governs the medication’s availability.
June 24th
Zimbabwe’s president dodged an apparent assassination attempt ahead of a historic election, and a blast at a rally attended by Ethiopia’s new leader killed one person, rattling politics in two African nations in the midst of major transitions.
June 23rd
Belgian prosecutors said they are investigating whether two brothers trafficked antiquities that had been taken from Syria, escalating Belgium’s role in an international probe into the prominent dealers of ancient art.
June 23rd
A former Vatican diplomat to the U.S. was convicted of possessing and distributing child pornography and sentenced to five years’ imprisonment, in the first such trial for that crime in Vatican City.
June 24th
Jacinda Ardern says she is "sleep deprived, but super well" as she shows off her new daughter.
June 24th
It used to be unheard of for stand-up comics to have hour-long specials. Now, that's the goal.
June 24th
A group of British volunteers goes to Myanmar every year to find and support veterans who fought for the UK in World War Two.
June 23rd
Mexico take a big step towards reaching the last 16 with a dominant victory over South Korea, who are now on the brink of elimination.
June 23rd
Donald Trump renews sanctions against North Korea, just days after saying it posed no nuclear risk.
June 22nd
A rare exhibition prompted those who had fled their homes to return for the first time since they left.
June 22nd
Pyongyang's propaganda changes from blasting the US as enemy to a much more conciliatory note.
June 22nd
Australia is asserting its sovereignty at home, but some fear the rise of prejudice and suspicion.
June 22nd
A Chinese park offered free entry to women who were as heavy as a Tang Dynasty concubine.
June 22nd
Europe's Sentinel-5P satellite tracks formaldehyde emissions in the air over the Indian sub-continent.