Faced with over 1 million migrants flooding across the Mediterranean, European nations tighten borders, set up patrols and negotiate an agreement with Turkey - yet many issues still remain.
Saudi tourists bring much-needed cash to the economy, but the sight of burkas and the arrival of an alcohol-free mall has some local Muslims worried.
Trump leads only among Orthodox Jews in 'Sunshine State'; Clinton is ahead by 3.3 percentage points in Florida among registered voters, according to poll average.
Though only an initial ruling, court says ban of beachwear 'breached the fundamental freedoms.'
Monitoring group says Turkish airstrikes, artillery kill 35 civilians, wound 70; Kurdish militias say no Kurdish forces are in the area.
Apple fixes iOS security flaw after Citizen Lab claims attack targeting UEA rights activist, Mexican journalist linked to software developed by NSO Group, an Israeli company that makes spyware for governments.
'The more they actually reject it, it doesn't mean a woman will stop wearing it,' Australian designer says, adding that the swimwear is 'part of integration.'
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