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Around the Globe
14.07.2017 | 16:00 UTC
Turkey's purged military officers stuck in limbo one year after failed coup
A year after Turkey's failed coup, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is continuing his purges, accusations and arrests. For some former Turkish military officers caught abroad, their homeland may never be "home" again.
Ex-NATO officers seek asylum in Brussels
Turkey: A year after the attempted coup
Internal conflicts plague Turkish military
Turkish imam spy affair in Germany extends across Europe
Germany grants asylum to Turkish military personnel
'Turkey is like Germany after 1933'
Turkey's 'March for Justice': opposition calls for unity, reform
Is Turkey's AKP showing goodwill towards Gulen sympathizers within the party?
Trump travel ban suffers latest setback
A Hawaii judge has expanded the list of family relatives that visa applicants can use to enter the US. The ruling weakens President Donald Trump's order banning citizens from six Muslim-majority states.
Court partially reinstates Trump travel ban
'US travel ban unlawful and inhumane'
US grants visas to Afghan robotics team following public outcry
Trump's travel ban takes effect after Supreme Court decision
US travel ban: Trump administration issues new visa criteria for six countries
Why Donald Trump's travel ban could meet an unexpected end
US appeals court keeps block on Trump's travel ban
Refugees, visa holders head for US after court decision
Trump's travel ban leaves Somali refugees stranded
Starbucks, Airbnb pledge support for migrants after Trump ban
Having fewer children: A solution for climate change?
The best personal choices to reduce our individual contribution to climate change are living car free - and having fewer children, a recent study shows. But is it a realistic solution to have no children at all?
How green are we really?
S. African women cut waste by fixing clothing
Sustainable food for everyone? The challenge of our century
Climate-friendly air travel - say what?
Club of Rome's new book reads like an eco manifesto
Is India turning its nuclear focus toward China?
India's nuclear policy is now believed to be placing a greater emphasis on China instead of focusing on archrival Pakistan. But this is not to be mistaken as a shift in the nation's nuclear doctrine, say experts.
India buys French combat jets
India, China ties strained as militaries stand off near border
Nuclear energy booming in Asia
Naval buildup reflects India's 'ambition to project power'
Examining India's unsuccessful NSG bid
India moves to build new atomic reactors
India tests nuclear-capable missile from mobile launcher
Right-ring populist AfD may sue to get on talk shows
The co-spokesman for the Alternative for Germany (AfD) says that the party may take public broadcasters to the courts to get more air time. It's the latest salvo in the AfD's war of words against the mainstream media.
Who are the AfD's top candidates?
Ten things you need to know about the AfD
What you need to know about Germany's political parties
Difficult days for the AfD
Journalists lament uptick in hatred and violence directed at media
Germany's anti-immigrant AfD party picks top candidates
Former Philippine President Aquino could face jail over police raid
The former president of the Philippines faces charges for a 2015 police raid that left 44 officers dead. Benigno Aquino was indicted for usurping authority and allowing a suspended police chief to run the fatal raid.
Civilians flee fighting in southern Philippines
Philippines agrees to new ceasefire with rebels ahead of peace talks
Opinion: Duterte presidency is a threat to democracy
Hardline mayor set to win Philippines election
Philippines swears in 'vigilante president' Duterte
Philippines mourns police commandos killed in anti-terror raid
Japan commits to China's 'One Belt, One Road' initiative
PM Shinzo Abe sees opportunities for Japanese companies in the ambitious economic development plan, but he also fears not taking part may mean Tokyo being sidelined by increasingly wealthy and influential Beijing.
Modern day Silk Road
Chinese-built railway opens in Kenya
'New Silk Road' and China's hegemonic ambitions
China's ambitious Silk Road strategy
China's new Silk Road summit opens with major funding vision
Economic corridor - CPEC could turn Pakistan into China's 'client state'
China's Southeast Asia investments: A blessing or a curse?
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