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EU 'to grant Turkey visa-free travel'
The European Commission is to grant Turkey conditional approval for visa-free travel within the EU's Schengen Zone, sources tell the BBC.
Syria conflict 'out of control' - Kerry
US Secretary of State John Kerry says the Syrian conflict is "in many ways out of control", as he tries to salvage a nine-week truce.
Death sparks probe into China's Baidu
Chinese regulators are investigating Baidu following the death of a student from treatment at a facility advertised on the search engine.
Election looms over Australia's budget
Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison is set to unveil a budget that is widely expected to double as an unofficial election campaign launch.
Bitcoin industry 'sceptical' of Satoshi
Scepticism has greeted claims by Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright's claim to be the mysterious creator of the digital currency.
Prince's family starts dividing assets
The family members of pop singer Prince are beginning the process of dividing up the singer's sizeable assets.
Mass brawl in Turkish parliament
Members of Turkey's ruling AK party and pro-Kurdish politicians trade blows in parliament over plans to strip MPs of their immunity from prosecution.
Detroit teachers hold 'sick-out'
Detroit Public School teachers are holding a "sick-out" to protest funding levels for the already-struggling district.
Brazil to investigate opposition leader
Brazil's attorney general asks the Supreme Court to authorise the start of corruption investigations against former presidential candidate Aecio Neves.
Puerto Rico defaults on debt payment
Puerto Rico defaults on a $422m (£289m) debt payment due on Monday, but wins breathing space from some major creditors for further talks.
Queues mar Brussels airport reopening
Some passengers miss flights as long queues form at Brussels Airport as it reopens its departure hall some 40 days after the suicide attacks in March.
Venezuela opposition present petition
Venezuela's opposition presents to the electoral authorities a petition calling for a referendum to oust President Nicolas Maduro.

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