|Turkish police detain 11 more suspects over airport attack: media|
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish police detained 11 foreigners suspected of being members of an Islamic State cell in Istanbul linked to the suicide bombers who staged the attack this week at Istanbul's main airport, broadcaster Haberturk said on its website on Friday.
|Israel should stop settlements, denying Palestinian development: draft Quartet report|
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Israel should stop building settlements, denying Palestinian development and designating land for exclusive Israeli use that Palestinians seek for a future state, the Middle East peace "Quartet" recommended in a draft of an eagerly awaited report seen by Reuters.
|Britain's Daily Mail newspaper backs May for prime minister|
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Daily Mail newspaper on Friday backed Theresa May's bid to become the next prime minister, saying she was the only one out of five candidates for the Conservative Party leadership who was up to the job.
|U.S. downgrades Myanmar, raises Thailand in human trafficking report|
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States placed Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Sudan and Haiti on its list of worst human trafficking offenders on Thursday, drawing guarded praise from some human rights groups following criticism that last year's State Department report was politicized.
|EU will ensure there's no 'cherry-picking' in Brexit negotiations: Gabriel|
BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Union will ensure that there is "no cherry-picking" in the negotiations to be held on Britain's exit from the bloc, German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said in a letter to employees seen by Reuters on Friday.
|Australian election seen as a dead heat, minor parties likely powerbrokers|
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia braced for an election that was too close to call on Friday, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull warning of economic chaos if his gamble on an early poll backfires and leaves him without the outright majority he needs to enact major reforms.