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Turkey cabinet agrees to extend emergency after referendum

Turkey cabinet agrees to extend emergency after referendum

The US State Department said it had taken note of the OSCE's concerns and looked forward to a final report, suggesting it will withhold comment until a full assessment is completed. But Fadi Hakura, Turkey expert at London-based Chatham House think tank, called the referendum result "at best a Pyrrhic victory" for Erdogan .



Cleveland Facebook killer has shot himself dead, police say

He shot dead 74-year-old Robert Godwin in OH as the victim walked home from Easter lunch on Sunday afternoon. "I just snapped man, fuck". The company said it disabled Stephen's account within 23 minutes of receiving the first report about the video of the fatal shooting and two hours after receiving any report.



Almost half a million Iraqis have fled Mosul fighting

He added that government troops were extensively making use of remotely-controlled unmanned aerial vehicles to locate the extremists, who were hiding among civilians, and direct airstrikes on the targets. In March, UN chief Antonio Guterres said during a visit to a displacement camp near Mosul that humanitarian aid efforts were serious underfunded. "Civilians in Mosul face incredible, terrifying risks", said the United Nations humanitarian coordinator for Iraq , Lise Grande.


David Ross dances to Disney's Cars on DWTS show

David Ross dances to Disney's Cars on DWTS show

T and Erika Jayne would be eliminated in that order. And while the night was a fairytale, someone had to turn into a pumpkin in the end. I knew it was going to be a challenge. It seems she broke down a wall or two and actually showed some vulnerability in her lovely, flowing Viennese waltz. "But I haven't been doing [dancing] that long".



Local sightings of Facebook shooter "unfounded"

A gun range owner says the suspect in a random Cleveland killing that was recorded and posted to Facebook had shot at his facility, and video shows he was warned for breaking rules by practicing "rapid fire". The video of the killing was up on Facebook for about three hours before it was removed. The shooting marked the latest video clip of a violent crime to turn up on Facebook , raising questions about how the world's biggest social media network moderates content.