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The reclusive cleric Fethullah Gulen, blamed by President Erdogan for the failed coup in Turkey, suggests that the government could have staged the uprising.
Nicola Sturgeon said she would consider a second referendum on Scottish independence as early as next year if necessary.
Two teenagers playing Pokemon Go late at night in their car in Florida are shot at by a householder mistaking them for burglars.
French Muslims in Nice speak about the tensions that have arisen since the beachfront lorry attack on city.
Protesters take to the streets of Turkey to demonstrate their rejection of the attempted coup in the country.
An armed group storms a police station in Armenia's capital, Yerevan, taking hostages and calling for the release of political prisoners.
A man and a woman are arrested in Nice in connection with the Bastille Day lorry attack, French judicial sources say, bringing the total to seven.
A court in Bahrain orders the Sunni Muslim-ruled country's leading Shia opposition, Wefaq, dissolved and its assets seized, reports say.
The US warns Turkey against "public insinuations" of American involvement in a failed military coup, as it considers Ankara's request to extradite an accused cleric.
The brother of controversial Pakistani social media celebrity, Qandeel Baloch, is arrested for her murder.
Prime Minister Theresa May describes Australian calls for a free trade deal with Britain as "very encouraging", insisting it shows Brexit can work for the UK.
Japanese police question a man who says he jumped from a North Korean ship and swam ashore.
Deontay Wilder is targeting British fighters Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua after defending his WBC heavyweight belt against Chris Arreola.
An unsuspecting father in the US state of Maine got a shock when he tried to dial a number on the back of his electronic benefit transfer card.