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Turkish cleric Gulen says Erdogan behind coup, willing to be extradited

While Erdogan's sense of mission has led him to make significant foreign policy mistakes and alienate many leaders in the region and the West, domestically he maintains a large and well-organised support base. Moreover, mosques linked to the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs and the Islamic Community of Milli Gorus all across Europe said prayers for Turks martyred during the illegal power grab.

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Dow hits record high

The tech-rich Nasdaq rose 0.6 percent to 5,034.06. The Nasdaq is still lagging the other two main USA stock market indexes. The index, which is heavily weighted with technology and biotech stocks, erased its losses for the year on Tuesday.

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Democratic National Committee Announces Convention Speakers

But his campaign said Wednesday that Sanders wouldn't use his delegates to pick a fight over the party platform and force votes on the convention floor. He is a delegate for Bernie Sanders. Obama will no doubt discuss working with her during her tenure as Secretary of State, as well as running against her in his first presidential campaign.

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Success of 'Pokemon Go' adds impetus for change at Nintendo

Another major feature skip is the ability to save game progress. The console also supports Wii's Classic Controller and Classic Controller Pro. The Japanese gaming company wants to ensure that the new console shall have a solid pipeline of video games and it has also been encouraging third-party developers to help them give the new gaming system a chance.

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JPMorgan Chase beats expectations for Q2 earnings

But chief financial officer Marianne Lake said "it's very early days" as far as knowing how Brexit will affect the bank's operations in Europe. "We're expecting continuing moderate growth and demand in the U.S". The company took a $235 million hit on higher reserves in its oil and gas portfolio. The largest US bank by assets earned $5.67 billion after payments to preferred shareholders.

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UK's Theresa May removes another Cameron supporter as minister

May is expected to ensure stability for many roles, while putting her own stamp on the Prime Minister's office. May has confirmed she will lead the effort to exit the European Union - the voters have, after all, spoken. Everybody was hoping that he would move on and everyone was expecting that he would move on. And there is a nice irony in promoting her vanquished rival Andrea Leadsom to the cabinet, only to lumber her with the task of telling farmers how their European Union subsidies will be ...


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