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Items filtered by date: June 2016

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Powerball officials announced Sunday one ticket sold in New Hampshire matched all six numbers in Saturday night's Powerball drawing worth $487 million.

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The 16-year-old son of former Miami Dolphins linebacker Antonio Armstrong has been charged in the murders of Armstrong and his wife, Dawn, in their Texas home Friday.

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Saturday responded to the father of a U.S. Muslim soldier killed in Iraq who accused the mogul of never sacrificing anything for his country.

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Following a series of terrorist attacks, the French government is likely to impose a temporary ban on the foreign funding of mosques under a proposed ‘new model’.

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The Italian navy along with aid agencies have saved 935 migrants on eight boats in a single day off the coast of Libya, bringing the total number of people saved since Thursday to 6,000.

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The lively, green highlands along the Black Sea coast capture interest with their natural beauty, as thousands of tourists come each year to relax in the arms of Mother Nature

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A live ticker at the Vienna airport in Austria displaying a qoute from a local newspaper, "With vacation in Turkey you will only support Erdoğan" caused criticism on social media.

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The cuisines of different cultures brought by the people who have settled in İzmir's Urla district such as Yörüks (Turkish nomads), who migrated to İzmir after the Greek-Turkish population exchange, Cretans, Bosnians, Albanians and people from Kütahya province are being documented as a part of a scientific study.

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A shooting in a crowded entertainment district of downtown Austin early Sunday set off a chaotic scene, leaving one woman dead and three others wounded and police searching for a suspect.

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Habits in our daily lives change in parallel with the development of social media. The recent selfie trend is showing its effect in the field of plastic surgery, and in psychological and social dimensions.

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HBO is confirming what "Game of Thrones" fans never wanted to hear: The fantasy-thriller phenomenon will be coming to an end after Season 8.

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Three teenagers playing the hit game Pokemon GO have been robbed at gunpoint in a north London park and forced to hand over their mobile phones, British police said on Saturday.

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The Turkish Football Federation (TFF) announced on Sunday the resignation of all members of all its affiliate boards amidst a probe launched against the Gülenist Terror Organization (FETÖ) following the bloody coup attempt on July 15.

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Actor/comedian Atalay Demirci was caught red handed on Saturday asking Turkish NBA star Enes Kanter for a loan in order to flee to the United States after a nation-wide crack down on Gülenists following the failed coup attempt in the country.

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Short-term events cannot undermine confidence in Turkey’s economy, heads of local EY and PwC offices say

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The source says two leading members of Daesh affiliate were killed in an army operation

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More than 500 people rallied in Canada's capital on Saturday to protest the death of a mentally ill black man following an arrest, marching against what they see as race-based police brutality in a country that prides itself for being tolerant.

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Soldiers clash with PKK terrorists in Hakkari: 6 soldiers injured, operation ongoing

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In reform in wake of July 15 failed coup, the Supreme Military Council's makeup changes

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The rally to protest the July 15 coup attempt should be supported, not suppressed, says Turkish presidential spokesman

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Measures taken in army, military schools to counter FETO announced in Official Gazette under legislative decree

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A gunman killed three and injured a fourth person early Saturday in a suburban Seattle home where young people had gathered, police said.

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Bill Clinton's fashion sensibility took center stage Saturday at a trio of Hillary Clinton rallies in Pennsylvania and Ohio.

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A letter to City Council President Lori Boyer from the Turkish Consulate in Miami connects a violent coup attempt this month in Turkey to a wanted terrorist hiding in the U.S., who has ties to more than 100 charter schools, including one in Jacksonville, the I-TEAM has learned.

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Since we all sometimes love the posh and glamour, visit Istanbul's fancy venues in Nişantaşı, Bebek and Etiler for a night of high quality service and dining

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Hillary Clinton is once again leading Donald Trump in the presidential race after her party’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

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Branches of armed forces will answer to Defense Ministry for first time, military schools to close

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Authorities trying to determine number of victims of Texas hot air balloon accident

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Sergeant Zekeriya Kuzu, who was arrested on Saturday along with two other pro-coup commandoes for attempting to assassinate President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on July 15, confessed that all soldiers involved in the assassination attempt were members of the Gülenist Terror Organization (FETÖ).

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For the fifth time in nine years, the cost of commuting in the city will likely increase again in 2017.

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Champaign County State's Attorney Julia Rietz had just finished walking in a July 4th parade when her assistant told her a central Illinois man had been arrested on suspicion of burning an American flag.

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San Diego police were trying to determine whether a shooting that killed a veteran officer and wounded another was a deliberate attack.

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More than 200 people with no legal U.S. identification crammed into a North Carolina church on a recent Wednesday night to become part of an ID program created by immigration activists in partnership with police -- one community's response to a pressing issue for immigrants and officers alike.

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People of all ages and from all walks of life celebrate democracy and revel in the legacy of those who died for it in the second week of "democracy watches" after a Gülenist junta tried to seize power at the cost of unarmed civilians' lives resisting the attempt

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Around 3,000 people rallied in Glasgow on Saturday demanding a second referendum on Scottish independence in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the EU.

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The head of Syria's Kurdish National Council has accused the PYD - the Syrian arm of the terrorist PKK - of confiscating medicines sent by Iraq's Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) to people wounded in a bombing attack Wednesday.

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Armenia's security services issued an ultimatum to gunmen holding up a police station Saturday, in a bid to resolve a lengthy hostage crisis after dozens were hurt in overnight clashes.

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A Massachusetts man was arrested and charged on Tuesday with threatening on Facebook to burn down a Boston mosque in the wake of the November attacks in Paris, where Daesh gunmen and suicide bombers killed 130 people.

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  • Published in Tech


Microsoft Corp said it would cut about 2,850 more jobs over the next 12 months, taking its total planned job cuts to up to 4,700, or about 4 percent of its workforce.

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A study of one million people has found that physical inactivity costs the global economy $67.5 billion a year in healthcare and productivity losses, but an hour a day of exercise could eliminate most of that.

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Hundreds of thousands living in shelters in eastern and northeastern India after deadly flooding

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Started by an armed clash at a police station on July 17, demonstrations against the government in Armenia's capital, Yerevan, have now spread across the nation, as experts say long-neglected economic and administrative problems are triggering massive protests for the fourth time

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Al-Sadr says the one-month suspension aims to “give room for taking reformatory steps”

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Impressive US team faces stiff competition from Australia, Japan, Spain

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Viktoria Zeynep Gunes, 18-year-old swimmer who escaped Crimea in 2013, will now represent Turkey in Rio Olympics

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Mark Mobius, the executive chairman of the global investment firm Templeton Emerging Markets Group, expressed that they have been seeking profits particularly in Turkish markets, stressing that money has started to flow into emerging markets again.

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Ankara puts more pressure on Berlin to curb activities of Gulenist institutions following foiled July 15 Gulenist coup

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  • Published in Turkey


Even while defending itself against attempted coup, Turkey has not compromised on the law, says the president

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Istanbul judge releases 758 out of 989 soldiers detained at the recommendation of prosecutors

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