Stories from 10 August 2015
"We must never forget abuses of power today. You can suspend The Edge but you can't suspend truth!"
London's poor are paying for years of government neglect and broken promises about low-cost housing.
Introduced through the exotic pet trade, green iguanas have flourished in Puerto Rico. Now, they are considered a nuisance, provoking air traffic delays, damage to infrastructure and loss of crops.
Long overshadowed by Hiroshima, the atomic bombing of Nagasaki highlights Japan's memory of the war.
Some of the sites in the pro-Kremlin network aim to attack Ukrainian politicians and Russian opposition figures by way of "personal dossiers" and alleged "dirt" dug up on the individuals.
Serbian NGO SHARE Defense reported in July 2015 that leaked emails and files belonging to Milan-based software company Hacking Team (HT) published on Wikileaks reveal that at least one Serbian security service inquired about and negotiated the purchase of surveillance software from this company in 2012. There is also evidence...
'The truth does not develop under conditions of war and today Turkey needs the truth before anything else.'
"Will Erdoğan end up destroying the key component of the Turkish soft power in Central Asia?"