Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party's new Chairman Ahmet Davutoğlu said his party will continue on the path set by his predecessor.
The Syrian military dropped chlorine gas in barrel bombs on civilian areas in April, the UN commission on Syria said.
An employee of the World Health Organization (WHO) who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone will be flown to the German city of Hamburg for treatment, a spokesman for the city said.
Finnish electricity specialist Hiekkala: 'Finland and Baltic countries have possibilities to replace the import from Russia by own capacity or Nordic import.'
Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova and runner-up Eugenie Bouchard launched their U.S. Open campaigns with a bang, blasting by their respective first-round opponents in quick fashion on Tuesday.