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Lira comes under new pressure
The Turkish lira was slightly weaker in Asian trading on Friday, a day after the currency came under fresh pressure after the US warned that new sanctions would be imposed on Turkey if a detained American evangelical pastor was not released.
For Greece's austerity-hit elderly, bailout ‘will never end’
With two euros in his pocket, Yorgos Vagelakos, an 81-year-old retired factory worker, scouted the farmer’s market in his working-class Athens neighborhood for anything he can afford.
South Korea, China to resume joint fishing patrol in October
South Korea and China will resume their joint patrols on illegal fishing activities in the Yellow Sea in October, two years after a deadly clash between Korean authorities and Chinese fishermen, Seoul's oceans ministry said.
Sources: Peru to tighten entry requirements for Venezuelans as migration surges
The government of Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra is going to start barring Venezuelan migrants from entering the country unless they have passports, two government sources said on Thursday, following a similar decision in neighboring Ecuador.
Media: Japan ministries may have inflated numbers of disabled employees
Several ministries in Japan may have inflated their numbers of disabled employees for more than four decades, media said on Friday, while companies that miss quotas set by law face fines.
Prisoners in England face fresh crackdown on drugs, violence, phones
Prisoners in England are to face a fresh crackdown on drugs, violence and smuggled mobile phones as part of a £10-million drive to turn around 10 of the worst-performing jails in the country.
World’s largest laser reveals extreme conditions inside Solar System’s giant planets
Experiments with the world’s biggest laser have given scientists fresh insights into Jupiter and Saturn, the largest planets in our Solar System.
'Cursed' mummy cheese might be world's oldest, researchers say
If you are still disappointed about being denied the opportunity to drink the toxic red mummy juice unearthed in Egypt last month, we have some good news for you. Researchers have just discovered the world's oldest cheese (also in Saqqara, Egypt), and it is almost certainly cursed… or at least contaminated.
British MPs: Relaxing e-cigarette laws would cut smoking deaths
The UK government is missing an important opportunity to cut deaths from smoking, said a committee of British MPs who are calling for a cut in the tax on e-cigarettes.
Google employees demand more oversight of China search engine plan
Google is not close to launching a search engine app in China, its chief executive said at a companywide meeting, according to a transcript seen by Reuters, as employees of the Alphabet Inc. unit called for more transparency and oversight of the project.
Shame and sorrow': Pope condemns US 'predator' priests
The Vatican said on Thursday Pope Francis was on the side of victims of more than 300 "predator" priests in the United States accused of abusing over 1,000 children across seven decades.
What are the economic consequences of Trump’s trade wars?
As trade tensions rise between the US and China, the IMF and central banks have stepped up warnings that the confrontation could hurt the global recovery.
Renowned Iranian actor passes away at 94
Renowned Iranian stage and screen actor, Ezzatollah Entezami, passed away on Friday morning at the age of 94.
Sleep in your contacts, risk serious eye damage: CDC
A 59-year-old man was in the shower, wiping his eyes with a towel, when he heard a popping sound and felt pain shoot through his left eye.
Coal miners at growing risk of developing debilitating, deadly lung fibrosis
The number of cases of progressive massive fibrosis (PMF) among US coal miners has risen during the past two decades, even as the number of coal miners has declined, according to new research published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society.

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