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In a Middle East wracked by coups d'etat and civil insurrections, the Republic of Turkey credibly offers itself as a model, thanks to its impressive economic growth, democratic system, political control of the military and secular order.
UEFA says Europe's national soccer associations want to have only double-headers for international matches and avoid matches in August.
European soccer's governing body will ask FIFA to scrap the August dates for exhibition games on the international calendar, two officials with knowledge of the situation said Wednesday.
Yemeni government forces on Wednesday fired mortars at tens of thousands of mourners at funerals held for protesters killed in clashes and attacked an opposition base, shattering a cease-fire negotiated a day earlier to end the Arab nation's latest bout of deadly violence.
After watching more than 41,000 women and children cheering wildly and waving club-colored flags in a packed stadium, Turkish soccer authorities want more of the same.
British police arrested suspected Islamic extremists on Monday in what officials called one of the most significant counterterrorism operations of the year.
Turkey warned Cyprus against proceeding with offshore oil and gas drilling activities, saying Thursday it would finalize an agreement with Turkish Cypriots to mark out undersea borders to facilitate future oil and gas exploration.
Tropical Storm Emily brushed past Puerto Rico and headed Wednesday toward the Dominican Republic and Haiti, where more than 630,000 people are still without shelter after last year's earthquake.
A few Greek entrepreneurs perch in front of laptops in bare offices above a ground-floor supermarket, a five-minute walk from the Athens square convulsed by riots two months ago over the country's economic crisis.