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Turkey demands Germany extradite Gulen followers

The Turkish government has been accusing Gulen and his followers in the military of orchestrating the coup bid. Both the discharges of generals and the newspaper closures are being enforced under a three-month state of emergency, which was declared by Erdogan to the alarm of the European Union.



Kashmir unrest: Curfew continues for ninth consecutive day

Kashmir is witnessing clashes following the encounter death of Hizbul terrorist Burhan Wani last Friday. The last bout of serious violence in the scenic valley was in the summer of 2010, when more than 100 people died in anti-India protests.



Coup attempt: Turkey detains senior Gulen aide

Due to that, the US President, Barack Obama, asked for real proofs that show the participation of Gulen in the insurgent activities occurred last week, since Turkish Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu , affirmed Turkey was in negotiations and expected to complete the Gulen's extradition to open a trial in Turkey because of his subversive actions.



Witnesses say South Sudan soldiers raped dozens near UN camp

As the de facto leader of the SPLM-IO in the center of power in Juba , the choice of selecting Deng as first vice president was left to President Kiir. He says the majority of arrivals are women and children. At its peak, more than 11,000 refugees were staying in Elegu, in northern Uganda , in a compound equipped to shelter only 1,000 people.


Hundreds Fired in Biggest Turkish Military Purge Since Coup Bid

Hundreds Fired in Biggest Turkish Military Purge Since Coup Bid

The July 15 rebellion, which saw plotters bomb Ankara from war planes and wreak havoc with tanks on the streets of Istanbul in a bid to unseat President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has sparked a backlash affecting all aspects of Turkish life. Bozdag said Gulen's extradition was an urgent matter, not least because he said Turkey was receiving intelligence that the 75-year-old cleric might flee, possibly to Australia, Mexico, Canada, South Africa or Egypt.



Angela Merkel Stands by Refugee Policy After Attacks

She also claimed that terrorists wanted Germany to take in fewer migrants, and said she would not bow to their wishes. "We have already achieved very, very much in the last 11 months", she added. Angela Merkel gave a speech on July 28, after row of the attacks the Chancellor reminded that her policy on migrants is still the same. "We are talking about a huge litmus test, not just for Germany but for the whole of Europe".