Turkey seizes over 2250 institutions in post-coup crackdown

The legal limit for detention without charge has now been extended from four days to 30. Mr Erdogan has pledged to overhaul the army in response to last week's failed coup, a sign that the newly-imposed state of emergency would be used to press on with a purge that has alarmed the West.

RNC 2016: Republicans reject dump Trump effort

Tim Tebow won't speak at the Republican National Convention after all. Correll claims to have enough support among like-minded Republicans to challenge the party's rules in order to unbind delegates by submitting a minority report to the floor of the convention.

Obama: 'We strongly reject any attempt to overthrow democracy in Turkey'

Obama: 'We strongly reject any attempt to overthrow democracy in Turkey'

On the issue of adjustments in Turkish foreign policy, the envoy clarified that the decision in this regard had been taken before the coup attempt. However, supporters and opponents of Erdogan in Germany have vented their anger in the wake of a turbulent week in Turkey which saw an attempted coup crushed and Ankara detaining or sacking tens of thousands of people.

PM Narendra Modi introduces new ministers in Lok Sabha

The Prime Minister had inducted 19 new faces in his Council of Ministers in the expansion which took place on July 5. After the government expressed hope for a consensus and narrowing of differences with Congress, PM Narendra Modi on Monday told the BJP parliamentary party executive that efforts should be made to reach out to other parties as well.

Trump and the Unknowable Moment

With the new revenue from his proposals, Trump said there would be plenty of money to build "the roads, highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, and the railways of tomorrow". secretary of state. "We must have the best intelligence gathering operation in the world". Having attended the Republican conventions since the 1960s, Mica said with confidence, "This isn't a regular Republican group here".

Trump pledges law and order crackdown

Trump pledges law and order crackdown

Kennedy. Nor did he ask his supporters, hundreds of whom encouraged him to run for president in four years at an event on Wednesday afternoon, to vote for the newly minted Republican nominee. "We're weak in so many different ways", he told ABC News. "As long as we are led by politicians who will not put America First, then we can be assured that other nations will not treat America with respect that we deserve", he said amid thunderous applause.