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A warming world: July marks 'hottest month on record'

Last month was the warmest month recorded globally in the last 136 years.

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Leaked document prompts German-Turkish diplomatic spat

German government paper refers to Turkey as "a central platform for action for Islamist groupings".

Erdogan

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Third town in France bans the 'burkini'

Mayor says the full-body swimsuit provokes locals after brawl erupts on beach in Corsica.

'burkini'

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Turkey to EU: No refugee deal without visa-free travel

FM Cavusoglu said unless Turks are granted visa-free EU travel by October, deal to stem the flow of refugees is off.

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Dalian Atkinson killed in UK police Taser incident

Dalian Atkinson, who once played football for Aston Villa and Fenerbahce, dies after high-voltage Taser shock.

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Russia deploys advanced air defence system to Crimea

State news agency says army in annexed peninsula given S-400 surface-to-air missile system amid tensions with Ukraine.

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Rights group to take action after Cannes burkini ban

Rights group to oppose prohibition in courts after Cannes imposes ban on full-body swimsuits worn by some Muslim women.

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Russia's Vladimir Putin dismisses Sergei Ivanov

Removal of Sergei Ivanov, who served with Putin in the KGB, amounts to the highest-level Kremlin demotion in many years.

Sergei Ivanov

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Russia drums up tension with Ukraine over Crimea

Ukraine puts troops on high alert as Moscow threatens with "additional measures" after alleged armed attack on Crimea.

Putin held a meeting with security chiefs

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Julian Assange to be questioned in Ecuadorian Embassy

WikiLeaks founder has been living in the London Embassy since 2012 to avoid arrest over rape allegations.

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