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Athens: World’s 'first weather station' opens to public

Closed for nearly 200 years, the Tower of Winds, located in Athens, is now open to public.

Beans: A mighty tool in the fight for food security

Pulse seeds are going to be crucial to our global fight for food security, particularly in the face of climate change.

US: Apple issues update after security flaws laid bare

Tech giant releases emergency fixture after UAE dissident Ahmed Mansoor flags spyware created by Israeli company.

Israeli forces kill 'unarmed' Palestinian in West Bank

Iyad Hamed, a 38-year-old Palestinian man, shot dead as he reportedly ran towards an army post in occupied West Bank.

Hungary to build second border fence to stop refugees

Prime Ministers confirms plans of adding to the 500km razor-wire fence Hungary built on its southern border last year.

Syria: Aid convoys enter Daraya after deal to end siege

Red Crescent ambulances enter Daraya in deal that sees the Damascus suburb handed over to government forces.

A precious, threatened slice of Beirut's coastline

Private development is endangering the rocky outcrop of al-Dalieh, one of the city's last public waterfronts.

John Kerry and Sergey Lavrov: Fatal attraction I

It was disturbing watching John's bromance with Sergey deepen while Syria burned.

Inside the New York neighbourhood of murdered imam

A New York community struggles with grief and uncertainty in the aftermath of the murder of an imam and his assistant.

France's top court to rule on burkini ban

Highest court to decide whether swimsuit should be banned at beaches as activists and rights groups take up the issue.

Brazil police charge Ryan Lochte over false claims

The Olympic gold medalist had claimed he and three compatriots were robbed at gunpoint during the Rio Games.

Car bomb hits police headquarters in southeast Turkey

Many wounded in the attack that was followed by an armed battle between the police and attackers, Turkish media say.

Bus plunges into Nepal river killing at least 21

At least 16 rescued as efforts under way to recover more bodies after bus fell into Trishuli river in Chitwan district.

Bolivian minister Rodolfo Illanes 'killed by miners'

Rodolfo Illanes, Bolivia's deputy interior minister, was reportedly beaten to death after being kidnapped by miners.

Inside Fukushima's Time Bomb

Five years after Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster many residents are still living in a radioactive nightmare.

Why is India banning commercial surrogacy?

Indian government has proposed legislation to restrict the use of surrogates in bid to stop exploitation of poor women.

Syrian army, rebels strike deal to end Daraya siege

Thousands of rebels and residents to exit Daraya in deal that cedes control of besieged suburb to government forces.

Somalia: Al Shabaab gunmen attack beach restaurant

Gunmen detonate a car bomb and storm a beach restaurant in the capital, Mogadishu.

Philippines: Who's liable for the mounting death toll?

President Rodrigo Duterte defends law enforcers from allegations of human rights abuses during police operations.

Will Donald Trump's minority outreach work?

As well as appealing to minority voters, the Republican candidate seems keen to wash off his "racist" label.

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