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Turkey issues arrest warrant for US-based cleric

Turkey issues arrest warrant for US-based cleric

Turkey is also pressing its allies to crack down on Gulen-linked schools and charities and has asked Kazakhstan to shut down schools which it says are associated with the movement. Since then thousands have been purged from their roles in the judiciary, police, military and education system, accused of being members of the coup movement while more than 25,000 people have been detained.


Iran executes nuclear scientist spy

Iran executes nuclear scientist spy

An Iranian nuclear scientist who was accused of providing sensitive information to the United States government has been executed in Iran. The Sunday report quotes a spokesman for the Iranian judiciary, Gholamhosein Mohseni Ejehi, as confirming the execution of Shahram Amiri.


What to watch at the Rio Games on Saturday

What to watch at the Rio Games on Saturday

Overall, more than 100 Russians have been excluded, including 67 in track and field. But it's still a victory for a nation that the independent World Anti-Doping Agency slammed for having what it called a state-sponsored doping program.



Ten held as Black Lives Matter protest blocks Heathrow road

A 2014 inquest into his death found Duggan was lawfully killed, even though he did not have a gun in his hand at the moment he was shot. Footage of the protest near Birmingham airport showed police officers pulling demonstrators away from the middle of the road.



ISIS announces new Boko Haram leader

But an audio speech Thursday purporting to be from Shekau criticizes al-Barnawi. The Director of Defence Information, (DHQ), Brig.-Gen. Unconfirmed local reports suggest that fighting has already broken out between militants loyal to al-Banarwi and those allied to Shekau, says Al Amin.



The Division: Corbyn dismisses plans to split the Labour Party as 'bizarre'

Although the CLP nominations have no bearing on which candidate is finally elected leader, they are a good indication of how Labour members and supporters might vote. He added: "They include members of other political parties and some specifically campaign against Labour". While John, who previously referred to the Labour Party as just a "tactic", has remained relaxed about the prospect of the party splitting.