A Turkish court declined to hear an appeal by the main opposition party challenging the acceptance of unstamped ballots in the referendum to expand President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s powers, state-run Anadolu news agency said on Tuesday.
Turkish high court declines to hear referendum appeal
Three more people were killed in Venezuela on Monday in renewed violence, raising the death toll in three weeks of massive demonstrations against President Nicolas Maduro to 24, officials said.
Three more die in Venezuela protests
A roadside bomb targeting a minivan in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region on Tuesday killed 14 people, a local official said, raising an earlier reported death toll of nine killed. The attack was claimed by the Taliban.
Taliban bombing kills 14 in Pakistan
The Philippine military said Tuesday it had killed almost 40 members loyal to the Daesh terrorist group, including three Indonesians and a Malaysian, in a major land and air assault in the south.
Philippine military: Foreign terrorists killed in south clash
Pope Francis told the Egyptian people he is coming to Cairo this week as a friend and a "messenger of peace."
Pope due in Egypt as ‘peace messenger’
Millions of Muslims in Iran and across the world are celebrating Eid al-Mab’ath, the anniversary of the day Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) received his first revelation and was chosen as Allah’s final messenger.
Millions of Muslims commemorate Eid al-Mab’ath worldwide
Research from the University of Glasgow has highlighted the benefits of cycling and walking to work.
Study shows that cycling to work could cut risk of cancer by 45 percent
The Syrian Army advanced against terrorists in western Syria near Hama on Sunday, building on recent strategic gains in the area, a military source and a monitoring group said.
Syrian Army gains ground against terrorists north of Hama
Heavy two-way traffic of carts carrying children, clothes, and the elderly crowded the main Baghdad-Mosul road on Sunday as hundreds of Iraqis fled heavy fighting or made their way back to areas liberated from the Daesh terrorist group.
Hundreds flee Mosul fighting as others return to liberated areas
The US aircraft carrier Carl Vinson and other warships started joint exercises with Japan on Sunday, the US Navy said, as regional tensions rise over North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs.
US warship in west Pacific for Japan navy drills

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