Crisis averted? Minister says migrant row with Merkel can be overcome

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said on Sunday a row between his Bavarians and Chancellor Angela Merkel is serious but can be overcome, a signal that he may compromise...

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Turkey says its air strikes kill 35 Kurdish militants in northern Iraq

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish warplanes killed 35 militants from the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in air strikes in northern Iraq's Qandil mountain region on Friday, the Turkish military said....

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World Cup 2018: Serbia v Costa Rica

Aleksandar Kolarov curls in a spectacular free-kick to give Serbia a deserved victory in their opening World Cup Group E match against Costa Rica....

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China's BYD recalls cars with Takata airbag inflators: state media

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD Co Ltd has announced a recall of over 10,000 cars equipped with accident-prone Takata airbag inflators, state news agency Xinhua reported on...

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South Africa's Liberty Holdings suffers cyber attack

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African insurer Liberty Holdings said on Sunday it had become the victim of a cyber attack, with an external party claiming to have seized data from the firm and...

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Three decades on, Greece, Macedonia sign pact to change ex-Yugoslav republic's name

PRESPES, Greece/ BITOLA, Macedonia (Reuters) - Greece and Macedonia defied protests and set aside three decades of dispute on Sunday as they agreed on a new name for the Balkan state, potentially...

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Japanese princess to visit World Cup in Russia: report

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Japan's Princess Takamado will arrive in Russia on Monday to watch her national team compete in the soccer World Cup, the Kyodo news agency reported, marking the first visit to...

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