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European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker urged June 28 U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron to clarify quickly when Britain intends to leave the EU, saying there can be no negotiation on future ties before London formally applies to exit
ECHR has ruled Turkey discriminated against and violated the right to life of a Turkish woman who was killed by her husband in 2008 despite the fact that she filed four criminal complaints against him and obtained three protection orders and injunctions from a local court
One of the two black box flight recorders from the EgyptAir plane that plunged into the Mediterranean last month has been repaired, Egypt’s investigation commission said June 28, prompting hopes it could provide clues on why the aircraft went down
Lebanese troops raided makeshift refugee camps near a predominantly Christian village on the border with Syria on June 27 a day after two waves of suicide attacks, while troops detained 103 Syrians for illegal entry into the country in a security sweep.
Protesters were gathering in Paris as France's Senate was expected to vote on June 28 on contested bill reforming employment laws
A wave of suicide bombings targeting Yemeni troops killed at least 42 people June 27 in the southeastern city of Mukalla, officials said, in attacks claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
At least 19 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants were killed on June 27 in shelling by the Turkish military and air operations conducted by the U.S.-led coalition forces
Spain’s acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said he would make a push for power after his conservatives won more seats in parliament in a repeat general election on June 26, even though it still fell short of a majority
At least 10 people were injured at a rally outside the California state capitol in Sacramento on June 26 as members of a white supremacist group clashed with counter-protesters, authorities said
Authorities in Bangladesh have arrested at least 85 militants as part of a broad crackdown on Islamists after a wave of brutal attacks on minorities and liberal activists, police said on June 12.
A man set off a home-made explosive at a terminal in Shanghai's Pudong International Airport on June 12, the city's government said, injuring five people, including himself
Five hundred liquor shops were ordered closed from June 19 in India's southern state of Tamil Nadu after its newly re-elected government pledged to ban alcohol to curb violence and other problems
A second girl who was among more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram in a raid on their school in the northeastern Nigerian town of Chibok more than two years ago has been rescued
Ahead of a visit to the country by Turkey’s president, Turkish police are conducting the latest in a series of professional development training courses for Ugandan riot police
Somalia's Islamic extremist rebels, al-Shabab, stormed a hotel in the capital late on June 1, killing at least six people and taking a number of hostages, police said
U.S. Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton regained a double-digit lead over Republican rival Donald Trump this week, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on June 24
The death toll from flooding in the U.S. state of West Virginia rose to 24, as U.S. President Barack Obama declared a major disaster, releasing federal aid for the hardest-hit areas
Hundreds of thousands of people were expected to pour onto the streets of New York June 26 to celebrate one of the city's largest Gay Pride marches and honor the 49 people killed in the Orlando nightclub massacre
A record 65.3 million people were uprooted worldwide last year, many of them fleeing wars only to face walls, tougher laws and xenophobia as they reach borders, the United Nations refugee agency said on June 20 for the occasion of the World Refugee Day
Bulgarian prime minister said on June 16 that he would not join a proposed NATO fleet meant to counter Russian forces in the Black Sea as he did not want a war there, a day after Moscow warned against any build-up
Britain was under pressure on June 25 to set out a quick timetable for a divorce from the European Union after the country's historic vote to leave the bloc sent shockwaves around the world.
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