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CCTV released in case of missing US-based Saudi journalist
US government sources believe he was killed, but Saudi Arabia says the claims are “baseless”.
17 people dead after gunmen open fire on restaurant in Burkina Faso
The victims’ nationalities have yet to be confirmed.
President Erdoğan: The rags-to-riches champion that Europe hoped would steady Turkey
The rags-to-riches Turkish leader, once backed by the EU and US to bring stability to the region, has been given greater power than any of his predecessors.
Irish TV show among Twitter accounts hacked with Nazi slogans
The hackers were supporters of the Turkish president in an ongoing row with the Netherlands and Germany.
Gunmen attack buses sent to evacuate Syria pro-regime villages
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said one bus driver was killed in the attack.
Seven children among 14 drowned after boat sinks off Turkey
It comes as politicians from sixty nations, including Ireland, gather for a summit in Malta.
Distressing images of drowned Syrian toddler highlight tragedy of migrant crisis
WARNING: Readers may find an image in this article upsetting.
Pictures of genitalia replaced by ducklings and dolphins in Turkish schoolbooks
It has sparked more criticism of conservative values being imposed.
No prosecution for Israel over flotilla raid despite 'reasonable belief of war crimes'
Israeli commandos stormed the ship in 2010, killing ten people.
British jets take out Islamic State weapons post and machine gun vehicle
IS fighters near the Turkish border were among the targets of the strikes.
Candidate to replace poster vandalised by bacon with new 'diversity poster'
People Before Profit candidate Memet Uludag, who is originally from Turkey, noticed on Thursday that bacon had been stuck to his posters.
Verdict due in trial of men accused of killing two Co Down women
Erup Cetin and his son Recep Cetin, are charged with the murder of friends Marion Graham and Cathy Dinsmore in Izmir over two years ago.
Neo-Nazi trial raises awkward questions for Germany
A case which examines the alleged crimes of a neo-Nazi underground group is bringing forward claims that they were “not lone wolves”.