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Daily Bulletin 14.07.2017 | 18:30 UTC
Security official: Two German tourists killed in Egypt knife attack
Two German tourists have reportedly died and four others wounded in a knife attack at the Egyptian holiday resort of Hurghada. The Interior Ministry said the assailant was arrested immediately after the stabbings.
Turkey blocks German lawmakers from visiting NATO base at Konya
Ankara has denied German lawmakers permission to visit Bundeswehr troops stationed at a NATO base near the Turkish town of Konya. Similar incidents at Incirlik prompted Berlin to relocate some 250 troops to Jordan.
Macron thanks US at Bastille Day celebrations in Paris
French President Emmanuel Macron has thanked his US counterpart during Bastille celebrations. Donald Trump is on hand as the guest of honor to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the US's entry into World War I.
Russian-American lobbyist confirms attending Donald Trump Jr. meeting
An alleged former Soviet intelligence office has said he was at a meeting Donald Trump Jr has confirmed took place with a Russian lawyer. Some see the talks as part of Kremlin efforts to help his father's campaign.
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.
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.
Anis Amri case: Berlin launches probe into Christmas market attack
The Berlin parliament has launched an inquiry to find out why Anis Amri was not caught before carrying out a murderous rampage. The Christmas market attacker was known to authorities, and had been followed before.
Vive la France! Home favorite Barguil wins stage 13 on Bastille Day
France's Warren Barguil won stage 13 of the Tour de France on the French national holiday. Fabio Aru remains in the yellow jersey, six seconds clear of Chris Froome.
Roger Federer in record 11th Wimbledon final after victory over Thomas Berdych
Roger Federer has reached the Wimbledon final for the 11th time in his career after defeating Thomas Berdych in straight sets in the semifinal. He will face Marin Cilic, who will appear in his first SW19 final.
Former World Cup inspector has FIFA ban reduced
Harold Mayne-Nicholls, a former president of Chile's football federation, has had his ban from FIFA reduced, allowing him to return to football duty. He had been charged with unethically accepting benefits.
Europa League: Freiburg to play either Valur Reykjavik or Domzale
Freiburg, who finished seventh in the Bundesliga last season, has learned possible opponents as they attempt to qualify for the Europa League group stage.
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