Europe
US checking Turkey's extradition demand's formality
Almost 20 days passed after Turkey started to send documents for failed coup's mastermind Gulen's extradition

Obama doubts Russia in Syria, but says options limited
'We're going to test and see if we can get something that sticks,' American president says

Former Swedish PM criticizes EU response to coup bid
Carl Bildt says European leaders should have gone to Turkey to show horror at attempted coup

Moscow decries US airstrikes on Daesh sites in Libya
Russian ambassador says strikes lack legal basis

Tens of thousands celebrate coup defeat at German rally
Turks from across Europe gather in Cologne to mark victory for democracy

German court bans Erdogan video call to anti-coup rally
Turkish president prevented on court order from addressing supporters in Koln rally against July 15 coup attempt

US: No update on extradition request of FETO leader Gulen
Joint team from state, justice departments reviewing documents, US official says

Europe's big test: Democracy or pragmatism?
EU's ambivalent attitude to failed coup attempt in Turkey will affect future relations

US probes coalition airstrikes causing civilian deaths
Formal investigation launched into one airstrike; review of evidence in another underway, coalition spokesman says