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Turkey's Q2 tourism income jumped 22.5%   5%

Turkey's tourism revenue hit nearly $3 billion in the second quarter of this year, the country's statistical authority announced on July 30.

Moldovan President Nominates Ex-Finance Minister As Prime Minister  

Moldovan President Maia Sandu has nominated former Finance Minister Natalia Gavrilita to try to become the country's new prime minister.

'History has been made': Bethany Shriever and Kye Whyte on BMX medal wins video   8%

Two unlikely new British cycling heroes emerged on Friday as Bethany Shriever and Kye Whyte claimed the country's first two Olympic medals in BMX.

Shriever, who once worked as a teaching assistant to fund her riding, produced a huge shock as she dethroned Colombia's BMX queen Mariana Pajón to win gold in a thrilling race around one lap of the Ariake Urban Sports Park circuit.

Minutes earlier Whyte took the silver in the men's race after losing out on gold to Dutchman Niek Kimmann. 'It means the world to British BMX,' Whyte said. 'We've never had a medal, we've got one now, well, we've got two now. So history has been made.'

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Namibia: Subsistence Farmers Increasingly Vulnerable to Climate Change  

[Namibian] THE country's commercial and communal food production systems are increasingly threatened by climate change, a government analysis has revealed.

Bennett holds his wrangling coalition together, but is tiptoeing around COVID   -7%

Israel's young coalition has already sustained serious damage from the country's fourth COVID wave – as Netanyahu works manically to tighten his grip on Likud

Jewish Diaspora closely following Israeli kashrut privatization reform  

The plan is touted by the Religious Affairs Ministry as a way of reducing the price of kosher food in Israel, and its impact could extend well beyond the country's borders

Haim Gouri, renowned Israeli writer and poet, dies at 94   50%

Haim Gouri was a prominent figure among Israel's founding generation. He received the country's highest honors for his work, including the Bialik Prize and the Israel Prize

Israeli athlete makes history with gold medal at European swimming championship   25%

Anastasia Gorbenko the country's first ever gold medal at an Olympic swimming event, also setting a new Israeli record

WATCH: Scuffles erupt in Italian parliament as group of MPs protests coronavirus 'Green Pass'   16%

A session of the Italian Parliament has turned to chaos after a group of right-wing MPs protested the country's 'Green Pass' Covid vaccine cert system, which is soon to become mandatory for accessing most public venues.
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Israel accuses Iran over deadly oil tanker attack   -10%

The country's foreign minister blames "Iranian terrorism" for an attack that left two people dead.

How family, fight and fortune fashioned India's very own sporting 'Wonder Woman'   12%

Catapulted to stardom by her landmark silver medal at the 2016 Olympic Games, badminton star P. V. Sindhu has become a sporting, social and cultural female figurehead in India. At 25 she's already the country's most marketable female athlete and her upward trajectory continues both on and off the court.

Aoun ready to answer questions on Beirut blast, says no one above law   6%

President Michel Aoun told the country's public prosecutor Friday he was ready to give a statement about last year's Beirut port blast if it were needed.