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When President Erdogan called a snap vote the opposition was in disarray, but that has now changed.
Electric motorbikes are fast, clean, and quiet - could they eclipse electric cars?
Turkey will hold snap elections on 24 June, brought forward by President Erdogan.
Scientists in Vietnam hope 'super bacteria’ could help to feed the world whilst reducing the pollution caused by intensive farming.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Arm wrestler Bonginkosi Madonsela says he is on a mission to bring the sport to the black community in South Africa.
Food-crazed Singapore has created some strange fusion food ahead of the Trump-Kim summit.
Eddie's mum, brother and sister are among nearly 200 people missing after the Fuego volcano eruption.
The body's president was apparently filmed accepting a $65,000 bribe by an undercover reporter.
It contains previously unreleased recordings, including early versions of his hit Purple Rain.
Russian president Vladimir Putin holds his annual televised phone-in show – this time with a twist.
Donald Trump said he would consider inviting Kim Jong-un to the White House if their summit goes well.
A New York medical examiner has ruled the fashion designer took her own life earlier this week.
Pupils must keep phones out of sight on school premises, but critics say the new law is unworkable.
There was just a two-minute warning before the twister touched down.
The oldest known "footprints" left by an animal have been uncovered in China.
He robbed Baltimore citizens, planted drugs on innocent people and re-sold seized drugs.
A closer look at how the deadly protests in Nicaragua developed and what the demonstrators want.
Many say the death of fashion designer Kate Spade this week shows depression can affect anyone.
The Marvel fan who claims he's watched Avengers: Infinity War 43 times in the cinema.