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Turkish President's Bodyguards Accused of Beating Protesters Outside DC Embassy

Turkish President's Bodyguards Accused of Beating Protesters Outside DC Embassy

The brief but bloody altercation - the second time in 14 months that a visit by Turkey's president led to a clash with demonstrators opposed to his authoritarian policies - threatened to escalate into an global incident. Four of the attackers ganged up on Aziz - knocking him to the ground with punches to the head and repeatedly kicking him in the chest and head before police drove them away.



2 dead after tornadoes touch down in Wisconsin, Oklahoma

Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said a large amount of emergency crews from around the region responded to the trailer park. "The trailer next to us is just gone; it's just splinters", he said, noting with relief that the person living there wasn't home at the time the tornado struck.


Cornyn says he won't be Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Cornyn says he won't be Federal Bureau of Investigation director

But when Fox News broke a short list of people who would be interviewing for the job with Cornyn on it, the speculation broke in two ways. "The decision to host Mr. How I can best serve my fellow Texans and my country has, and will continue to be, my guiding principle. The explosive new development on Tuesday followed a week of tumult at the White House after Trump fired Comey and then discussed sensitive national security information about Islamic State with Russian Foreign Minister ...


Turkey demands US replace envoy in spat over Syrian Kurds

Turkey demands US replace envoy in spat over Syrian Kurds

Washington police eventually sent reinforcements and restored order, but emergency services said nine people were taken to the hospital, one of them in critical condition. Turkey insists that these YPG militants and their PYD political party are tied to the Kurdish insurgency in Turkey known as the PKK, which the US, the European Union and Turkey all consider a terrorist organization.



Cyber attack eases, hacking group threatens to sell code

It said that the USA had "no credible evidence" to support a ban on Chinese tech companies in the US following the cyberattack. Investigators said they had detected code similar to that used by a shadowy cybercrime network implicated in the Sony attack, the Lazarus Group, though they stressed that more investigation was necessary.