Turkey: 1577 University Deans Forced to Resign as Part of Widespread Purge

Turkey: 1577 University Deans Forced to Resign as Part of Widespread Purge

Fethullah Gulen is a former political ally of the Turkish president who is accused of swaying members of the military to carry out the coup attempt from his Poconos compound. "For the European Central Bank, if anything, we might see some changes to technical parameters, but nothing much is expected", said Mitul Kotecha, head of FX strategy, Asia-Pacific for Barclays in Singapore.

U.S. ready to launch unofficial FTA talks with Britain - Kerry

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson cut a "humble" figure at his first Brussels summit, but failed to apologise for comparing the European Union with Hitler, his French counterpart said. He said he was encouraged by what he heard from British Prime Minister Theresa May and Johnson, as May has assured him Britain still intends to play a leading role in global affairs.

France in Mourning Once More

Raj Persaud, a consultant psychiatrist, said. According to Sadok Bouhlel, the Algerian "found in Mohamed an easy prey for recruitment". Mourners have formed a human chain to remove flowers, candles and other mementos placed along Nice's Promenade des Anglais as spontaneous memorials to the victims of the Bastille Day attack in preparation to open the westbound lane.

Jermaine Edmondson granted release by Michigan State

Green was arrested and taken to the East Lansing jail where he had a blood-alcohol level of 0.10, police said . Edmonson told police he became upset when Green bumped into him inside Rick's American Cafe Friday night and refused to say "excuse me".

Race director vows Tour de France 'should continue' after Nice attack

In a complete embarrassment for race organizers on Bastille Day, Richie Porte crashed into a motorbike carrying a TV camera and Froome, who was following right behind his former teammate, also crashed in the final kilometer on the wind-shortened climb to Mont Ventoux.

Boris Johnson grilled over past 'outright lies' at uneasy press conference

On Tuesday, Johnson was asked by a reporter if he meant to apologize for disparaging remarks he has made about world leaders in the past, now that he is responsible for representing the United Kingdom overseas. Kerry, meanwhile, said it was time the European Union sign a final free trade agreement with the US. Britain's new foreign secretary said Tuesday that his country's so-called special relationship with the United States was still solid.