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- Israeli airstrike kills three Hamas leadersThree senior Hamas military leaders have been killed in a pre-dawn airstrike carried out by the Israeli military. Fighting resumes after a six-day ceasefire.
- Russia extends probe into McDonald's restaurantsA Russian consumer safety watchdog has said it's widening its current probe into McDonald's restaurants across the country. It spoke about concerns that the US company might have violated sanitary requirements.
- Thai parliament votes military coup leader as new prime ministerThe Thai military general who led a bloodless coup in May has been voted the country’s new prime minister. Thai General Prayuth Chan-ocha’s nomination now awaits approval by the Thai king.
- Brazil's Socialists name Marina Silva as presidential challenger to RousseffBrazil's Socialist Party has chosen environmentalist Marina Silva as its new presidential candidate. Silva, whose predecessor died in an air crash last week, could prove a tricky challenger for incumbent Dilma Rousseff.
- Scottish EU membership 'not in serious doubt' 21. august 2014New research by constitutional experts says Scotland's EU membership “is not in any serious doubt” even if it votes for independence.
- Russia relaxes EU food ban, counts costs 21. august 2014Russia has said its ban on EU food imports will cost it “hundreds of billions of rubles”, while taking several items off the blacklist.
- [Ticker] Lithuanian TV reluctant to show LGBT rights ad 21. august 2014Lithuania's TV broadcasters have appeared more than reluctant to air a video ad promoting LGBT rights. Vladimir Simonko, leader of the Lithuanian Gay League told Baltic News Service on Wednesday that the TV channels either ignored the request, advised the video be amended, or asked proof that it is legal.
- [Ticker] Italy approves arming Kurds, as Renzi visits Iraq 21. august 2014The Italian parliament on Wednesday approved plans for sending military aid to Iraqi Kurds fighting an offensive by the Islamic State (IS). On Thursday prime minister Mateo Renzi is to go to Baghdad to meet Iraqi and Kurdish leaders and to meet refugees in Baghdad and Erbil.
- [Ticker] Germany ready to arm Iraqi Kurds 21. august 2014Germany is ready to arm Kurdish fighters battling Sunni Muslim insurgents in northern Iraq, defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday. "We are prepared, in principle, to provide weapons and ammunition within our means," she said. The Green party has requested that a parliament vote approves the deliveries.