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Items filtered by date: July 2016


Republican Presidential Candidate Trump kicked up a media storm when he found himself in a feud with the family of a Muslim soldier who died fighting for his country. But hidden away from the spotlight, thousands of American Muslim soldiers, sailors and airmen are quietly serving their country.

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Tuesday vetoed a bill to raise the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour over the next five years.

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A hepatitis A outbreak linked to Egyptian strawberries has grown to more than 50 cases in four states.

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Chicago's police chief recommended to the Chicago Police Board that officer Jason Van Dyke, who shot Laquan McDonald 16 times, be fired, along with another four officers who lied for Van Dyke.

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Google is launching what’s being called an Uber competitor in San Francisco, according to a new Wall Street Journal report. Google is focusing on carpooling (and not a taxi service) that will let commuters share rides for an even cheaper rate than Uber does.

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Fenerbahçe and Galatasaray continue to sign players just one day before the deadline after they saw important deficiencies in their squad after two weeks of the new Spor Toto Super League season.

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Growing expectations the Federal Reserve will raise U.S. interest rates this year pushed the dollar up for a seventh time in eight days on Tuesday. Stocks rose.

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A series of upcoming events in Istanbul will make foodies rejoice throughout September. Here are the can't-miss culinary festivals that will leave your appetite whetted

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The Qesem Cave, accidentally discovered on a road construction outside of Israel's Tel Aviv in October 2000, remains as a source for the wealth of information on early humans.

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North Korea has executed a vice premier for showing disrespect during a meeting presided over by leader Kim Jong-Un, South Korea said Wednesday, after reports that he fell asleep.

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Venezuela has accused the United States and the country's political opposition of planning a coup for Thursday, the day that government opponents have called for a march to demand a recall vote against President Nicolas Maduro.

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A second referendum on Britain's European Union membership has been explicitly ruled out by Prime Minister Theresa May.

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France is set to open its first approved refugee camp in the capital by the end of September, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo announced Wednesday. Hidalgo said a second camp will follow.

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Foreign trade deficit was down by almost a third in July compared to last year, official data shows

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Turkey has prevented the entry of over 52,075 people from entering the country and detained thousands of Daesh suspects, since the start of 2016, Interior Minister Efkan Ala said on Wednesday.

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6 terrorist PKK targets destroyed in southeastern air operation, says military

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Cavusoglu says Turkey will support Cyprus peace talks as it always has

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Policy a thorny issue in normalization of relations between Cold War foes.

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Republican presidential nominee to meet Pena Nieto amid controversial remarks

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There cannot be a cease-fire between Ankara and PKK/PYD as Turkey is an 'independent and lawful' state: Minister Omer Celik

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All those who continue to be active in FETO following July 15 defeated coup are traitors, says president

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A claim by the Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters on the U.S.' reluctance for providing air cover to Turkish units fighting Daesh is likely to add more strain on the already tense relations between NATO allies Turkey and the U.S. following the failed Gülenist coup attempt of July 15.

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Israel to pay $20M compensation to the families of 2010 raid on Gaza-bound aid ship.

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We underestimated traumatic impact of coup bid on Turkish people, says European Parliament's Turkey Rapporteur Kati Piri

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A tank has also been slightly damaged in rocket attack by terrorists, Turkish military says

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Ibrahim Kalin praises Turkey's resilience following July 15 defeated coup

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Warns of challenges ahead, Central Command chief says 'in the end, we will prevail'

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Presidential spokesman: 'We have a problem with the PKK; we have a ‘terrorist organizations’ problem'

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'They have lived up to their commitment to us,' Central Command commander Army Gen. tells reporters

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Crowds thinned Tuesday on the beaches of North Carolina's Outer Banks ahead of a tropical weather system that threatened to bring strong winds and heavy rains that could flood low-lying areas.

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Donald Trump on Tuesday appeared to reiterate his support for a physical wall along the US-Mexico border after days of speculation about whether he would support his previous immigration policies.

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What do Jim Jones and Fetullah Gülen have in common? Granted, both Jones and Gülen are from completely different branches of different religions, Jones being Christian, Gülen a Muslim, but they both carry an eerily similar agenda.

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Turkey marked Victory Day, a military-themed occasion to remember a war of independence, without the parade of tanks and troops, more than one month after a terror cult’s members in the army tried to seize power

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Northern Syria has become a conflict zone for two American institutions due to them supporting different groups fighting each other in the fight against DAESH, a report from The New York Times claimed.

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James Jeffrey, the U.S. ambassador to Turkey from 2008 to 2010, said that the U.S. failed to keep its promise to Turkey on the retreat of the Democratic Union Party (PYD) to the east of the Euphrates, in an interview with BBC Radio yesterday.

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Still without Neymar, Barca demonstrated their greater strength in depth with Turan proving an able deputy for the Brazilian alongside Messi and Suarez

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Denmark and Sweden will toughen up asylum rules further as the two countries look to prevent a repeat of last year's record numbers and calm public fears about the financial burden on traditionally generous welfare states.

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Mark David Chapman, who murdered former Beatles legend John Lennon, has been denied parole for a ninth time, New York state prison officials said on Monday.

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A Southwest Airlines jet bound for Orlando, Fla., was forced to make an emergency landing in Pensacola after one of its engines fell apart over the Gulf of Mexico.

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Turkish Deputy Prime Minister in charge of economy, Mehmet Şimşek, invited Tuesday technology giant Apple to move to Turkey after the company was ordered to pay a record 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) back in taxes in Ireland.

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Apple Inc has been sued by owners of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones who say a design defect causes the phones' touchscreens to become unresponsive, making them unusable.

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Ani, the medieval town on the Turkish banks of Arpaçay/Ahuryan, has recently been included on UNESCO's World Heritage List. The Armenian stonework, frescoes and its location by a beautiful gorge make the site unique, and it is set to attract many tourists once facilities are improved

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Scientists have found that dogs use the same brain areas as humans to process language.

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The Montreal International Film Festival, one of the most prestigious festivals in the world of cinema, is hosting Turkey as a "guest country" and will screen a total of 11 Turkish films during this year's festival.

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Located in the Ordu province the Black Sea Region, the Güzel Flatland is a real-life paradise that offers clean air, a vast green panorama and organic diary products that will make you feel healthy and alive

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Suicide bomber killed in attack, 2 staff and one woman injured

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Canadian prime minister aims to strengthen economic ties with China

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Terrorist PKK ‘no different’ from Daesh, Sinjar local council head tells Anadolu Agency

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'Unprecedented' decision to harm investment, job creation in Europe, Tim Cook says, vowing successful appeal

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