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In the UEFA Europa League Matchday One, Turkey's Besiktas will host Greek team Asteras while Trabzonspor will play away to Ukraine's Metalist Kharkiv
Some of the oil and gas fields reduced production due to maintenance and technical problems.
Pilots started week-long action Monday in protest at plans to hire new pilots on lower pay for budget subsidiary.
Six people - including three men, a woman and two youths - placed in custody on suspicion of recruiting young women
Lull in inflation rates suggests moderate eurozone recovery may face challenges ahead.
Travellers face immediate confiscation of passport and identity card if suspected of planning to take part in 'terrorist' activities
A two-year trial period for head covering usage in basketball will be instigated and a final decision will be taken after Rio 2016 Olympic Games
Finland's coalition partner, Green party, opposes nuclear power plant joint venture with Russia, prior to final decision
'It’s the greatest, most empowering moment any of us will ever have. Scotland’s future – our country in our hands,' says independence leader
With just one day to go before Scotland votes on independence, what's taking the 'undecided' so long?
Legendary footballer involved in a scuffle with locals after leaving a nightclub, reports Croatian media
Supporters of Scottish independence reached 51 percent in latest poll, surpassing independence opponents for the first time
10 days to go until vote that could herald break-up of United Kingdom.
Medvedev says Russia may close its airspace to Western carriers in response to possible new sanctions
Antonio Conte has accepted a two-year-deal to manage Italy's national team
Ukrainian artillery destroyed military vehicles that crossed from Russia into eastern Ukraine late Thursday, the office of President Petro Poroshenko said.
Russian tanks and military vehicles entered Ukraine through the separatist-controlled border crossing in Izvarino in the eastern region of Donetsk.
The Ukrainian army has taken control of 20 percent of the separatist-controlled area, says official
The veteran center-back has called time on his 16-year career
Bayern Munich's Spanish defensive midfielder Javi Martinez will be out of action for for the first half of the season, the club said
Brussels club Anderlecht buy Steven Defour from Portuguese giants Porto
Cliff Richard latest celebrity to be accused of sex offense since it surfaced that DJ Jimmy Savile had abused hundreds of children.
Around 150 gather outside British gov't, many squashing themselves into boxes to symbolize the cramped conditions under which Gazans live.
Low growth figures, risk of deflation, increase pressure on European Central Bank for a new stimulus package
Over 60 people have been killed or wounded daily since mid-April in eastern Ukraine, according to 'conservative estimates' provided by the office of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
Goals by Mkhitaryan and Aubameyang bring Super Cup glory to Borussia Dortmund against Bayern Munich
Bayern Munich's French winger Ribery announces he quits international duty
Germany will provide 40 million euro for the Gazan and Iraqi civilians suffering from violence and persecution
Britain will play a role in the rescue of Ezidi refugees from northern Iraq, says British PM Cameron
In new publication Institute for Study of Civil Society states that low levels of defense spending are compromising the UK's position.
The British government said it would suspend 12 export licenses if 'significant' hostilities in Gaza restart
Italian giants sign Colombian left-back Pablo Armero on loan from Udinese
Francois Hollande’s office announces that it will arm the Peshmerga forces of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in northern Iraq
The jobless rate in the United Kingdom was at 6.4 percent in three months to the end of June
Defense minister underlines no armaments will be sent, just non-lethal military equipment - such as beds, tents, helmets and military vehicles
55 percent of Scots now back 'No' campaign with just over a month to go before voters go to the polls; lead 'Yes' by 20 percent
Paris Saint-Germain's Brazilian defender Thiago Silva is suffering from a hamstring injury keeping him out of action for several weeks
Striker Wayne Rooney has been named the Red Devils' new captain
The Holy See calls for a 'clear and courageous' stance from religious leaders to address the 'unspeakable criminal acts' committed by IS in Iraq
Real Madrid's Portuguese star Ronaldo's brace brings the glory for "Los Blancos" in Welsh capital city Cardiff
Kiev fears military motives and French President Hollande voices concern over Moscow plan to send humanitarian aid to rebel-held areas in east
Government wants to introduce 'British values' into school curriculum following allegations of Islamist plot to take over schools.
Spanish attacking midfielder extends contract at the club until 2019
Legislative amendment required to make UK electoral law compatible with European Convention
Two Spanish rivals, Real Madrid and Sevilla FC, square off Tuesday's opener
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and United States President Barack Obama talk about an aid mission to Luhansk
The European Union and Ukraine are to send humanitarian aid to Luhansk with help from the Red Cross
Kremlin says Moscow will work alongside International Red Cross to provide aid to eastern Ukraine
Police say bombs, guns and munitions seized in series of raids across country in search for Islamic State and Al Nusra fighters
Berlin says it remains committed to principle of not supplying arms to conflict zones
Miroslav Klose announces his retirement from Germany National Football Team
Advert from Israel supporters claimed Hamas used children as human shields during Israel's attacks on Gaza
The import ban will not result in a food deficit in Russia, and the short-term impact will be moderate. However, it is likely to push up food prices
At least 15 Ukrainian soldiers were killed and 89 wounded in the past 24 hours in clashes between pro-Russian separatists and the Ukrainian army in the country's eastern regions, said spokesman for Ukraine's National Security Council.
Turkish team Besiktas will play against England's Arsenal in UEFA Champions League playoff round
The loan will be used to speed up reforms in Ukrainian banking system
Public outrage against Israel’s Gaza operation in Germany may stoke anti-Semitist feelings, politicians and members of Jewish community say
According to leading left-wing commentator and author Noam Chomsky, Turkey is the only nation to take a strong stand against Israel
English Premier League club Southampton sign Serbian attacking midfielder Dusan Tadic from Dutch side Twente
Nami claims Greek Cypriot side hinders EU harmonization projects aimed at supporting Turkish Cypriot side for aftermath of a desired reunification of the island
Ukrainian army continues to clashe with pro-Russian separatists in Lugansk and Donetsk
Gazprom chief says no payment was received in June from Ukrainian state energy company Naftoaz
Samaras replaces several of his ministers after the electoral defeat at the May 25 European elections
Vucic says his government will continue dialogue with Pristina after the country held early parliamentary elections on Sunday
Claim by Prime Minister Manuel Valls that reforms could save France up to $34 billion are questioned by rating agency
Investigations into 21 schools in Birmingham do not provide evidence of an Islamist plot, according to the leaked 'Trojan Horse' report
Ukrainian President says "peaceful" pro-Russian militants will be forgiven as part of a proposed peace plan
Le Pen's daughter Marine, the leader of France's Far-Right party Front National, describes her father’s comments as a "political error".
Prime Minister Hashim Thaci retains his position after election with low turnout
UK premier David Cameron meets German counterpart Merkel in Sweden to repeat his opposition to Juncker's possible presidency of EU Commission
The collapse is due to the weight of the growing number of locks that had been attached. Police said it will reopen on Monday
Other Thirty-two regions are put under orange storm alert
The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe announced that they have lost contact on Monday with four of their observers who were serving in Donetsk, east of Ukraine
Spanish international Diego Costa's is doubtful for the 2014 FIFA World Cup due to hamstring injury
At least 50 pro-Russian separatists and between 30 to 50 civilians are reported dead in clashes, separatist leader in Donetsk says
Blaming minorities, particularly Muslims, for Europe's failures is behind right wing parties' success in European Parliamentary elections
Pope Francis is to meet with victims of sexual abuse from the U.K., Ireland and Germany at the beginning of June.
Significant gains for right wing and eurosceptic political parties was the big story to emerge from the European elections.
President of European Central Bank warns of threat of deflation across European markets
Syrian immigrant Nebil Yusuf Murad has won Sunday’s local elections in the Andravida-Killini municipality in the Peloponnese peninsula of southern Greece, preliminary results show.
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Monday "We are ready for dialogue with Kiev representatives, with Petro Poroshenko and we don't need any mediators."
Ukraine has sent in helicopters as they attempt to bring an end to separatists' seizure of the airport in Donetsk.
Lack of funds is causing many refugee's to go untreated for cancer according to a study by a UN medical expert in the Lancet Oncology.
Lithuania's incumbent president wins second term in office in the country's presidential elections becoming the first president to win a second term.
Petro Poroshenko has claimed victory in Ukraine's presidential election.
Only one percent of seekers have been granted asylum by the Greek Cypriot administration, UN's Modvig
European Parliament's Christian Democrats group will continue to hold the highest number of seats according to latest projections.
Voting ends in Ukraine's presidential elections, in which Petro Poroshenko appears to have won absolute majority.
Many Turkish Cypriots in the Greek Cypriot side of the island failed to cast their ballots in the European Parliament elections Sunday
Elections can not be held in Donetsk, located in eastern part of the country
30-year-old Andrea Rocchelli was killed in eastern Slavyansk province, Italian Foreign Ministry says
Cologne police say they are investigating after a protester held up posters showing Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan with Nazi symbols, following Erdogan's rally in Cologne on Saturday
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Parliament Speaker Siber tells Anadolu Agency that confidence between Turkish and Greek Cypriot leaders is key to the success of reunification efforts, relaunched in February this year
Twenty one member states go to polls to help elect 751-seat European Parliament on the last day of four-day elections
Organized to mark the 25th anniversary of Near East University in Lefkosa, the Deep Purple concert attracts thousands of Turkish Cypriots, as well as around 20,000 Greek Cypriot fans from the southern region
Presidential polls seen as key as confrontation grows between Kiev and separatists in east
Spanish giants Real Madrid win 2013-14 UEFA Champions League title -- their tenth -- by defeating city rivals Atletico Madrid 4-1 with goals scored in injury and extra time
Belgian police published footage from the deadly attack at Brussels’ Jewish Museum asking citizens to help capture the killer.
Renowned film director Nuri Bilge Ceylan wins Cannes best film award Saturday for his latest film 'Winter Sleep.'
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