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NATO apologises to Turkey for war games blunders

Erdogan deemed 'enemy collaborator' while modern Turkey's founder Ataturk shown as 'hostile' during military exercise.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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Mafia boss Toto 'the beast' Riina dies at 87

The ruthless figurehead, seen as the boss of bosses of the Sicilian Mafia, died while serving 26 life sentences.

Salvatore 'Toto' Riina

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How has Islamophobia changed over the past 20 years?

The think tank that catapulted the term Islamophobia in 1997 says anti-Muslim racism is on the rise and more pervasive.

Islamophobia

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London conference to discuss 'crisis in Saudi Arabia'

Full-day event focusing on the kingdom's recent purge and political shift to attract notable politicians and academics.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

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UAE royal's remarks on control of mosques condemned

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak al-Nahyan told dpa news agency Germany must exert more control over mosques.

The Arab Organisation

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Five stories you may have missed because of Zimbabwe

A round-up of news stories that might have not seen because of the historic events in Zimbabwe.

Mandra, Greece

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Dutch journalist Sakir Khader detained in Greece

Sakir Khader from the Netherlands detained on Monday while reporting on Syrian refugees crossing the border via Turkey.

Dutch journalist Sakir Khader

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Droughts and storms hit Italy's white truffles hard

Delicate crop from Italy and central Europe decreased by 30 percent over the past 25 years due to weather changes.

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Mariano Rajoy urges large turnout in Catalan election

Mariano Rajoy speaks at campaign event on his first visit to Catalonia since Madrid imposed direct rule over the region.

Mariano Rajoy

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Why 60,000 people joined a nationalist march in Poland

'F*** off with refugees' was just one of the chants that echoed in Poland as thousands rallied against Islam and EU.

far right

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Assad to Putin: Thank you for 'saving our country'

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Merkel in favour of snap poll over minority government

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German coalition talks fail after FDP walks out

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Gerry Adams to step down as Sinn Fein leader next year

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Turkey, Russia and Iran meet to discuss Syria

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Jack Straw hints he was sacked for wanting Hamas talks

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Suspects allegedly opened fire on special forces during large-scale operation on the outskirts of the capital, Tbilisi.

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