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Turkey launches probe into U.S. attorneys over alleged fabricated documents

Turkish authorities have opened an investigation into the U.S. prosecutors who brought charges against a Turkish gold trader facing trial in New York, state media said on Saturday, after Ankara said the case was based on fabricated documents.

Lena Dunham defends Girls writer from rape accusation, provokes Twitter backlash

After coming to the defence of Murray Miller, a Girls writer who has been accused of rape, Lena Dunham faces a backlash on Twitter.

'I've lived out a James Bond movie': Ousted Caracas mayor on the run from Venezuelan government

The ousted mayor of Caracas pledged to spread his protest against Venezuela's socialist government across the world as he arrived in Spain on Saturday, a day after escaping from house arrest and slipping past Venezuelan security forces into Colombia.

'King of cling' celebrity designer Azzedine Alaï​a dead at 77

Azzedine Alaï​a, a Tunisian fashion designer who dressed famous women from Michelle Obama to Madonna, has died at the age of 77, according to reports.

U.S. nuclear commander would propose other options before a strike on North Korea

The commander of the U.S. nuclear arsenal says he would not blindly carry out an ordered strike by President Donald Trump.

'Pocket Hercules,' 3-time Olympic weightlifting champion, dies at 50

Naim Suleymanoglu, the Turkish weightlifter who won three Olympic gold medals and was known as "Pocket Hercules," died Saturday.

Argentina intensifies search for missing submarine with 44 crew

Argentina is trying to find a missing submarine, last tracked about 430 kilometres off the country's southern coast, with 44 crew on board.

Candidate for Ohio governor reveals sexual past on Facebook to defend Al Franken

A judge running for Ohio governor has boasted in detail about his sexual history on Facebook, in defence of Senator Al Franken, who is facing sexual misconduct allegations.

3 more found dead after Greek flash flood, raising total to 19

Greek authorities say three more people have been found dead from a flash flood that hit a district west of Athens, raising the overall death toll to 19.

U.S. puts Palestinians on notice to enter 'meaningful' peace talks

The Trump administration has put the Palestinians on notice that it will shutter their office in Washington unless they've entered serious peace talks with Israel, U.S.

Hariri meets Macron in Paris for talks on Lebanon crisis

Saad al-Hariri, who resigned as Lebanon's prime minister this month while in Saudi Arabia, arrived in Paris on Saturday for talks with French President Emmanuel Macron, a statement from Hariri's press office said.

Zimbabweans march to celebrate expected Mugabe downfall

Tens of thousands of Zimbabweans flooded the streets of Harare on Saturday, singing, dancing and hugging soldiers in an extraordinary outpouring of elation at the expected fall of President Robert Mugabe, their leader of the last 37 years.

Trump delays policy allowing importation of elephant parts

U.S. President Donald Trump said Friday he's delaying a new policy allowing the body parts of African elephants shot for sport to be imported until he can review "all conservation facts."

'Total victory is near': Iraqi forces recapture last ISIS-held town

Iraqi forces have captured the border town of Rawa, the last remaining town under Islamic State control, signalling the collapse of the group's self-proclaimed caliphate.

Iraqi forces recapture Rawa, last town held by ISIS

Iraqi forces have captured the border town of Rawa, the last remaining town under Islamic State control, signalling the collapse of the group's self-proclaimed caliphate.

Lebanon's outgoing PM Hariri heads for France, asserts his freedom

Lebanon's outgoing prime minister Saad al-Hariri says he is on his way to the airport, and then to France, to prove he is not being held captive in in Saudi Arabia.

Dozens killed in bombings in Damascus, eastern Syria

At least five children and two rescue workers were killed Friday in a Damascus suburb during a government bombing campaign amid escalating violence in and around the capital despite a truce, activists reported.

Top-ranking Baltimore officer on duty during Freddie Gray death will keep his job

A police disciplinary board clears the highest-ranking Baltimore officer involved in the 2015 arrest of Freddie Gray, who died from a spinal cord injury he suffered in a police van.

Puerto Rico power company CEO who signed Hurricane Maria rebuilding contract resigns

Puerto Rico's Electric Power Authority says Ricardo Ramos has resigned effective immediately, amid ongoing blackouts and scrutiny of a contract awarded to a small Montana-based company to help rebuild the electric grid destroyed by Hurricane Maria.

Former Chilean president Sebastian Pinera the favourite in weekend election

Four years after leaving office as a deeply unpopular leader, Sebastian Pinera is a strong favourite to win Sunday's presidential election in Chile, though he's unlikely to avoid a runoff.