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Anti-Erdogan Demonstration Outside Turkish Embassy Turns Violent

Anti-Erdogan Demonstration Outside Turkish Embassy Turns Violent

The fight appears to have been between Erdogan supporters-along with his bodyguards-and critics of the Turkish president. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan encouraged approximately 40 worldwide investors he met during his visit to the US on May 15 and 16 to intensify investments in Turkey, a written statement from the meeting's coordinator, the Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey (ISPAT), said on May 17.



American teen dies of caffeine overdose

Watts explained that the teenager ingested the caffeine from a big Diet Mountain Dew, a cafe latte from fast food giant McDonald's as well as an energy drink within around a couple of hours. "You worry about their safety, their health - especially once they start driving but it wasn't a auto crash that took his life instead it was an energy drink", David's dad Sean Cripe said.


Israeli university criticized for nixing national anthem

Israeli university criticized for nixing national anthem

He added: "We are proud of our country, our flag, our anthem and it only reinforces my opinion to pass the Nationality Law that we are promoting in order to anchor in law the national symbols that are so dear to us". The university's student council in a statement called on the university to play the national anthem at all graduation ceremonies. In a statement, the Hebrew University says there is no institution-wide policy on playing the anthem at academic events, and the decision to do so ...



Emmanuel Macron 'Carries Hopes' Of Millions Of Europeans: Angela Merkel

The opposition Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) party congratulated Macron on his victory and wished him a lot of courage when introducing the reforms that France needs, the SITA newswire reported. German Chancellor Angela Merkel described his victory as "a victory for a strong and united Europe and for French- German friendship". The first potential high-profile defector, Mr Manuel Valls, who was interior and prime minister under President Francois Hollande and lost in the Socialist Party's ...



Pipeline opponents can't hold Canadian economy hostage, says Notley

Neither B.C. Liberal leader Christy Clark nor B.C. NDP leader John Horgan brings up the project, which received provincial and federal approval a year ago. He is opposed to diluted bitumen from the Alberta oilsands being shipped in tankers, which has carried on intermittently with the existing Trans Mountain pipeline since the late 1980s.