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Russian balloonist lands safely in Australia after 11 days

In this Tuesday, July 12, 2016 photo released Wednesday, July 20, 2016 by Morton, Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov floats at more than 6,000 meters (20,000 feet) above an area close to Northam in Western Australia state in his helium and hot-air balloon as he makes a record attempt to fly solo in a balloon around the world nonstop. Konyukhov, 65, was battling sleep deprivation, freezing temperatures and ice in his oxygen mask as he nears the end of his record attempt to fly solo around the world nonstop, his son said on Wednesday July 20, 2016. (Oscar Konyukhov/Morton via AP)CANBERRA, Australia (AP) ? An official says a Russian balloonist has landed safely in the Australian Outback after claiming a new world record for flying solo around the world nonstop in 11 days.



Official says Russian balloonist lands safely in Australia after flying round the worldCANBERRA, Australia (AP) ? Official says Russian balloonist lands safely in Australia after flying round the world.
German-Iranian gunman kills nine in Munich, then himself: police

The entrance of a McDonalds restaurant is seen near the Olympia shopping mall, where yesterday's shooting rampage started, in MunichBy Karin Strohecker, Jens Hack and Joern Poltz MUNICH (Reuters) - An 18-year-old German-Iranian gunman who apparently acted alone opened fire near a busy shopping mall in Munich on Friday evening, killing at least nine people in the third attack on civilians in Western Europe in eight days. As authorities sought to piece together the circumstances of an attack behind which they had found no immediate evidence of an Islamist motive, Munich police said they would hold a 0930 GMT (5.30 am ET) news conference. Chancellor Angela Merkel is due to meet her chief of staff Peter Altmaier, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere and intelligence officials on Saturday to review the incident.



Turkey's Erdogan orders closure of more schools, extends detention period

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attends an interview with Reuters at the Presidential Palace in AnkaraTurkish President Tayyip Erdogan has ordered the closure of more than 1,000 private schools and extended the period in which some suspects can be detained without charge, in his first decree since declaring a three-month state of emergency. Erdogan declared the state of emergency late on Wednesday saying it would enable authorities to swiftly and effectively root out supporters of last weekend's failed military coup in which at least 246 people were killed. The state of emergency allows the president and government to pass laws without first having to win parliamentary support and also allows them to curb or suspend rights and freedoms as they deem necessary.



G20 countries face calls for action to boost growth

Event officials set up a meeting room on the eve of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting in Chengdu, China's south-western Sichuan province, on July 22, 2016The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the US urged G20 countries gathering on Saturday to do more to boost the slowing global economy, with Britain's vote to leave the European Union (EU) threatening to further derail growth. Central bank chiefs and finance ministers from the world's top 20 economies met in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu, and US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew told journalists it was "a time of continuing uncertainty in the global economic outlook". Britain's new finance minister Philip Hammond was to deliver a message that his country was still "open for business", according to a statement from the Treasury in London.



Iraq records hottest day so far this year in Basra cityBAGHDAD (AP) ? Iraq's state-run Meteorological Department says it has registered the record hottest day so far this year, with maximum temperatures hitting 53.9 degrees Celsius (129.02 Fahrenheit) in the southern city of Basra.
Heavy rain in China kills at least 87, thousands evacuated

A woman cries as she holds a pig rescued from a flooded farm in XiaoganHeavy rain in China has killed at least 87 people and forced thousands from their homes, state media reported on Saturday. Seventy-two people have been killed and 78 are missing in the northern province of Hebei after rain triggered floods and landslides, the Xinhua news agency reported, citing the civil affairs department. In the central province of Henan, 15 people were killed and eight were missing after thunderstorms and strong winds forced 72,000 people from their homes and damaged 18,000 houses, Altogether about 8.6 million people have been affected by the flooding, according state media and local government reports.



Turkey can hold suspects without charge for up to 30 days

Detained Turkish soldiers who allegedly took part in a military coup arrive in a bus at the courthouse in IstanbulTurkey can hold suspects in detention without charge for up to 30 days under its state of emergency imposed in the wake of the failed coup aimed at ousting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, an official statement said on Saturday. The suspects can be held for up to 30 days before being taken to a judge to decide whether to remand them in custody, said an announcement in the official gazette, where all laws and decrees appear when they come into force. Activists including Amnesty International had warned Turkey against expanding the detention period, which in normal times stands at a maximum of four days.



'Lone' Munich shooter kills nine in mall rampage

Shoppers rushed away from the Olympia Einkaufzentrum (OEZ) shopping mall in Munich late on Friday as the building was surrounded by armed police and emergency vehiclesThe gunman who went on a deadly rampage at a busy Munich shopping centre before committing suicide was a German-Iranian teenager who probably acted alone, police said Saturday. Nine people were killed and 16 wounded as the gunman brought terror to Germany's third largest city on Friday evening, the third attack on civilians in Europe in eight days. "Bloodbath in Munich," was the headline on the best-selling Bild newspaper as shockwaves reverberated across the continent.



Kenyan court jails ivory smuggler for 20 years

A Kenya Wildlife Services ranger inspects part of elephant tusks recovered from suspected Kenyan ring-leader of an ivory smuggling gang Feisal before the judgment on a case in which he had been charged in MombasaBy Joseph Akwiri MOMBASA, Kenya (Reuters) - A Kenyan court on Friday sentenced a man to 20 years in jail and fined him 20 million shillings ($200,000) for ivory smuggling. Police accused Feisal Mohamed Ali, from the coastal city of Mombasa, of being behind an international ivory poaching syndicate linked to a 3-tonne haul of elephant tusks seized in Mombasa in June 2014. Kenya has imposed longer jail terms and bigger fines for wildlife poaching or trafficking, saying it is harming tourism, a major earner of foreign exchange.