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Turkish armoured personnel carriers drive towards the border in Karkamis on the Turkish-Syrian border

35 dead as Turkish shelling, raids hit Syrian civilians

Turkish shelling and air strikes killed at least 35 Syrians on Sunday, a monitor said, in the first significant civilian casualties in Turkey's intensifying campaign in northern Syria.

Shoddy home renovations may have contributed to Italy quake toll

Shoddy, price-cutting renovations, in breach of local building regulations, could be partly to blame for the high death toll from this week's devastating earthquake in central Italy, according to a prosecutor investigating the disaster.

Japan PM pledges to invest $30bn in Africa by 2018

Japan will pour $30 billion in investment in Africa by 2018, including $10 billion in infrastructure development, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Saturday at a summit in Nairobi.

US urges all donated blood undergo tests for Zika

Donated blood should be tested for the Zika virus, which can cause birth defects, US regulators warned amid a mounting outbreak of the mosquito-borne disease in the United States.

US, Russia move closer to new Syria ceasefire after talks

Washington and Moscow have made key steps towards agreeing a new ceasefire in Syria, but a final deal has not been reached, US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart said after talks Friday.

Angry shrinks need someone to talk to

Stressed-out people are being left without help because many medical aid schemes refuse to pay anyone but clinical psychologists to counsel those with depression or other mental illness.