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World - In Istanbul airport`s swift reopening some see resilience, others resignation

By Ayla Jean Yackley ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Walking through Istanbul airport to their planes hours after suicide bombers killed 41 people with gunfire and explosives, travelers could almost trace the steps of the attackers from the bullet holes and twisted metal still in full view. Turkish Airlines resumed services in and out of Europe`s third-busiest airport within 12 hours of Tuesday night`s attacks, although many flights were rescheduled and it offered refunds to passengers booked via Istanbul for the next five days if they no longer wanted to travel. It was a contrast to the aftermath of suicide bombings at Brussels Airport which killed 16 people in March.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  14:56


World - Cold snap kills homeless in Sao Paulo, Brazil`s richest city

Even under three blankets, Marcio Carvalho can`t stop shaking as he seeks shelter on the streets of Brazil`s biggest and richest city, Sao Paulo. The teeming streets in the centre of a city that is home to 20 million people are deserted at night except for members of the estimated 16,000 homeless population. Among their few lifelines are volunteers from the aid group Anjos da Noite (Angels of the Night), who distribute food, water and blankets to the hundreds sleeping rough.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016  12:17


World - Forest fire threatens Turkish resort; tourists evacuated

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) Turkey`s state-run news agency says authorities are evacuating residents and tourists from a resort in the Mediterranean coastal province of Antalya that is being threatened by a forest fire.

Sunday, June 26, 2016  15:58


World - Turkish man given suspended jail for `comparing Erdogan to Gollum`

A court in Turkey`s southern resort city of Antalya has handed a Turkish man a suspended jail sentence of over one year for comparing President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the `Lord of the Rings` character Gollum, a report said Thursday. The man, named as Rifat Cetin, had in 2014 while Erdogan was still prime minister posted three pictures on his Facebook account comparing Erdogan to Gollum, a thin, pale, gangrel creature with a personality split between good and evil in J.R.R. Tolkien`s fantasy novels and the hugely successful films. The court convicted Cetin of insulting Erdogan and sentenced him to one year and 15 days in prison but suspended the sentence for five years, the BirGun daily reported on its website.

Thursday, June 23, 2016  22:40


World - Turk who depicted Erdogan as Gollum gets suspended jail term

A man who depicted Tayyip Erdogan as the `Lord of the Rings` character Gollum was convicted of insulting the president on Thursday and warned he faced a year in jail if he committed another crime, the Hurriyet newspaper reported. A court in the southwestern province of Antalya sentenced Rifat Cetin - who likened Erdogan on social media to the `small, slimy creature` immortalized in J.R.R. Tolkien`s fantasy novels - to a year in jail, suspended for five years. Prosecutors have accused more than 1,800 people, including cartoonists and a former Miss Turkey, of insulting Erdogan, who has dominated - and polarized - Turkish politics for a decade and a half.

Thursday, June 23, 2016  15:57


World - Iceland tightrope beckons for England in Euro 2016 last 16

For Iceland, whose population of 330,000 makes them the smallest country to have qualified for a major tournament, the game in the Mediterranean city of Nice brings the chance to score one of the biggest upsets in football history. For England -- haunted by 50 years of hurt since their 1966 World Cup triumph -- and their under-pressure manager Hodgson, it represents the wobbliest of tightropes. `I am not even contemplating going out to Iceland,` Hodgson told reporters in Chantilly, north of Paris, prior to the game.

Sunday, June 26, 2016  04:29


Football - Euro 2016: Polish joy after last 16 shootout

Xherdan Shaqiri`s wonder goal lit up the first knockout match of Euro 2016 but it was Poland which became the first team to reach the quarterfinals after victory in a penalty shoot out Saturday.

Saturday, June 25, 2016  18:32


World - Wilmots expects better from Belgium in last 16 vs. Hungary

TOULOUSE, France (AP) Belgium coach Marc Wilmots has told his players to step up a level when they take on Hungary in the last 16 of the European Championship on Sunday.

Saturday, June 25, 2016  17:21


World - Sneaked into last 16, Portugal must start winning matches

LENS, France (AP) With Cristiano Ronaldo finally showing his scoring prowess, Portugal is hoping to achieve something it hasn`t managed yet at the European Championship - win a match.

Friday, June 24, 2016  22:23


Top Stories - Meanwhile, Euro `16 drama resumes

Two days without football can be a long time -- but fear no longer, the real drama at Euro 2016 is about to start with the knockout rounds.

Friday, June 24, 2016  12:19

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