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Turkey ruling, opposition parties to rally together after coup

Erdogan has ordered the closure of thousands of charities, foundations and private schools with suspected ties to USA -based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen , who has many supporters in Turkey. role in Turkey's failed coup and insisted that an extradition request for a US-based Muslim cleric accused of orchestrating the putsch would have to go through normal channels.



Turkish President Erdoğan declares state of emergency

The government hopes the state of emergency will be lifted within 40 to 45 days, said Yildirim's deputy, Numan Kurtulmus. Turkey's citizens may have beaten back an attempted coup by the military - a fact that can only be described as a historic victory in the nation's context - but it must show humility in the face of grand events.



Sir Elton John urges world to continue fight to beat HIV

The rock star spoke at a global AIDS conference in South Africa that has also attracted philanthropist Bill Gates, actress Charlize Theron and Britain's Prince Harry. "This means that there are still large numbers of children with HIV, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, who are vulnerable to opportunistic and other infections diseases such as TB, bacterial pneumonia and diarrhea".



Elton John: LGBT Africans Must Not Be Left Behind in AIDS Fight

While it is impossible to predict when such a goal will be reached, says Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, he is optimistic about researchers' progress. Harry was also in the news recently for getting a bioLytical INSTI HIV test and broadcasting the results live on social media. It is aimed at improving the fight against HIV and AIDS.


Turkey detains nephew of cleric blamed for coup: state media

Turkey detains nephew of cleric blamed for coup: state media

Therefore, it appears Erdogan will use the fear and the failed coup as an excuse to increase control and oppression in Turkey eliminating thus the opposition. In his decree, Erdogan extended to a maximum of 30 days from four days the period in which some suspects can be detained. State-run media reported on Saturday that Turkey had detained a nephew of Mr Gulen, the first time one of the cleric's relatives has been apprehended in the crackdown.


Corbyn: Brexit vote must be respected

Corbyn: Brexit vote must be respected

Corbyn insisted he could bring Labour back together after the revolt against him at Westminster and lead it into government, claiming "this party is going places " and was "capable of winning a general election". Isn't that good for democracy?" By Tuesday, more than 55,000 people had paid £25 to vote in the race and the number was expected to rise before the Wednesday deadline.