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Election board did not do its duty: Turkey's CHP leader

Election board did not do its duty: Turkey's CHP leader

President Donald Trump will meet next month. "We are going to evaluate the objections before noon", Sadi Güven told reporters in Ankara Wednesday morning. In particular, Erdogan will have the power to appoint and fire ministers, name half the members of Turkey's highest judicial body, hold the leadership of a political party while in office, and lead the country for the next 12 years, if he wins future elections.


'The Sword Stands Ready': Mike Pence Issues Pointed Warning to North Korea

'The Sword Stands Ready': Mike Pence Issues Pointed Warning to North Korea

North Korea will continue to test missiles, a senior official has told the BBC in Pyongyang, despite worldwide condemnation and growing military tensions with the US. Vice President Mike Pence acknowledged Wednesday that some of the Trump administration's promises have not yet come to fruition, but he is confident that efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act will be fruitful.


73-year-old Lauren Hutton stars in Calvin Klein underwear ad

73-year-old Lauren Hutton stars in Calvin Klein underwear ad

Instead, the American fashion label worked with director Sofia Coppola to release a black-and-white female empowerment campaign, revealing the brand's new underwear tagline, " Calvin Klein, or nothing at all ". Police say two of the victims may have been clients of Catholic Charities, which provides a variety of services for refugees, the homeless and those with disabilities.


US Republican vows 'all hands on deck' in Georgia congressional runoff

US Republican vows 'all hands on deck' in Georgia congressional runoff

Ossoff's candidacy and failure to secure the seat in the first round of voting, despite holding an $8.3 million war-chest, is the quintessential example of why the Democrats' strategy of resisting Trump at every step is imprudent and that the more effective way to win in a solidly Republican district is with a positive agenda of change.


'Controversial & unfair': Turkish opposition files appeal for referendum annulment

'Controversial & unfair': Turkish opposition files appeal for referendum annulment

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has dismissed concerns a referendum on constitutional amendments did not live up to global standards, telling voting monitors to "know your place". But prime minister Binali Yildirim called on the opposition to respect the result. "Know your place", he told the observers. Global observers had said the decision to count the ballots "contradicted the law" and removed a safeguard against fraud.



UK parliament votes in favor of early national election

The European Union, meanwhile, said it will stick to a timetable for preparing to launch Brexit negotiations with the United Kingdom despite the early general election. An early ballot, which May wants to hold June 8, will give the prime minister " or her replacement " more time to implement Brexit before another election.