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IS THE MAN LIVING IN PENNSYLVANIA RESPONSIBLE FOR TURKEY COUP ATTEMPT?

ANKARA, Turkey — Low-flying military jets buzzed over Turkey’s capital of Ankara. Soldiers blocked major bridges in Istanbul. State-run television announced that the military had imposed martial law. In an interview v...

Is religion the root of the world’s conflicts? – UpFront (Headliner)

Published on Jul 16, 2016 From the crusades to the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (or ISIL), religion is often blamed for some of the world’s worst conflicts. While some use their faith to justify ac...

Turkey coup: “Erdogan, if winning this coup, will only strengthen his power”

Published on Jul 15, 2016 Turkey coup: "some new army leaders may have said "enough is enough"" says middle east analyst Jonathan Paris on FRANCE24 Category News & Politics License Stan...

Inside Story – What will Turkey’s failed coup mean for its relations?

Published on Jul 18, 2016 Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on his supporters to remain in the streets. And has vowed to purge the military of what he calls the 'virus' responsible for Friday night'...

Turkey coup: Erdogan opponent Fethullah Gülen says military coup has been staged

Published on Jul 16, 2016 Turkey coup: Erdogan opponent Fethullah Gülen says military coup has been staged Category News & Politics License Standard YouTube License ...

A Simple Question – Tony Blair: The Chilcot report

Published on Jul 17, 2016 Senior figures from Labour and the Scottish National party are considering calls for legal action against Tony Blair following severe criticisms from the long-awaited Chilcot inquiry. MPs ...

CrossTalk on Turkey: Bullhorns on the coup

Published on Jul 18, 2016 Turkey on the brink: after a failed coup attempt the country is in disarray. And President Erdogan is exacting his revenge against the military and those deemed disloyal. Where does Turkey go...

Mahathir ‘Enabler’ For Opposition; Not Leader: Analyst

July 18, 2016 (Kuala Lumpur) -- Former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad can act as an enabler for the opposition coalition to gain more votes but would unlikely to be its leader, says Ibrahim Suffian, director a...

US DEPT OF JUSTICE : Announces a Kleptocracy Enforcement Action to Recover More than $1 Billion

  Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch announced today the filing of civil forfeiture complaints seeking the forfeiture and recovery of more than $1 billion in assets associated with an international conspiracy to l...

Erdogan realigning with Russia: Analyst

Published on Jul 22, 2016 Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is realigning himself with Russia following the failed CIA-backed coup d'etat against his government, according to American political analyst E. Michae...

Astonishing questions about the failed coup attempt in Turkey

Published on Jul 23, 2016 Many people watching the stunning events in Turkey believe that the coup attempt was nothing but a pure ‘theater.’ The leader of the coup was a pro-Erdogan General Mehmet Disli, brother of...

The Debate – Israel-Saudi ties

The entangled webs we weave perhaps could be a very appropriate phrase regarding the relationship between the Saudis and the Israelis. On the one hand the Saudis like to project themselves as the keeper of the holy place...

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