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Watch Video Brazilian authorities have arrested at least 10 people believed to be plotting terrorist attacks at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Watch Video "When my mother held the hand of a man dying of AIDS in an east London hospital, no one would have imagined that just over a quarter of century later, treatment would exist that could see HIV positive people live full, healthy, loving lives," Prince Harry said at the International AIDS Conference.
Watch Video New Zealand's taking another step in cementing the U.S. as not just a friend, but also an ally.
Watch Video Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared a national state of emergency for three months — which Turkey's constitution allows him to do if you count the recent coup attempt as "aimed at the destruction of the free democratic order." On paper, the decree could suspend most of the constitutionally guaranteed rights and freedoms Turkey's citizens enjoy.
Watch Video Turkey has temporarily banned all academics from leaving the country. Some report the ban is for all travel while others say it's only for work-related travel.
Watch Video French President François Hollande confirmed Wednesday three special forces soldiers have been killed in Libya –– but it was the first time he acknowledged his troops were even involved in that country.
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Watch Video So Turkey's suspended, dismissed or asked a lot of people to resign ever since the failed July 15 coup. Education Ministry - more than 15,000 personnel suspended Interior Ministry - almost 9,000 officials suspended Police officers - almost 8,000 dismissed Soldiers - 6,000 detained Judges and prosecutors - a little under 3,000 judges and prosecutors either detained or dismissed University deans - more than 1,500 deans asked to resign Turkish Finance Ministry - 1,500 employees dismissed Gendarme soldiers - 614 dismissed Religious Affairs - 492 officials dismissed Family and Social Policy Ministry - 393 employees dismissed TRT Broadcast - 370 employees being investigated Prime Minister office staff - 257 officials dismissed Generals and admirals - 103 detained National Intelligence Agency - 100 personnel suspended District governors - 47 dismissed Provincial governors - 30 dismissed Turkey says it's doing this to root out any pro-coup sentiment in the government.
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Watch Video The International Olympic Committee is exploring the legal options available in regard to banning Russia from the upcoming Summer Olympics.