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Turkey detains 47 journalists, newspaper executives with alleged ties to Gulen

She was detained early today during a traffic check in the southwestern Bodrum region, the state-run Anadolu news agency said. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said two Turkish ambassadors, now in Ankara , had also been removed. However, Charles Aigbe , divisional head, marketing and corporate relations of UBA , said the bank was neither "involved" nor "connected" to the coup attempt, which ended in futility.

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As Convention Kicks Off, Clinton Bypasses DNC Controversy

That year Al Gore and George W. Bush both boosted their numbers by an identical 8 points post-convention before ultimately battling all the way to the Supreme Court. Dan Jones' last poll found Trump to be beating Clinton by nearly 2-to-1 in Idaho, but plenty of dissatisfaction, with about a quarter of both Democrats and Republicans saying they didn't yet plan to vote for their parties' nominees.

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Durant and Thompson lead Team USA in win over China

The U.S. Men's national team never trailed in the contest, building an early lead that they'd never relinquish. Durant finished the game with 19 points, leading Team USA in scoring for the second straight game. Klay was solid as well, shooting 6-10, including 4-8 from behind the arc to end with 17 points (second highest on the team behind Durant). Both players cheered from the bench as the minutes were spread around, jumping up to clap for teammates.

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'The Bachelorette: Men Tell All': Here's everything you need to know

Jojo is down to two bachelors - Jordan and Robby. JoJo even had some final words for her ex-gentlemen callers. Luke took too long, Robby was too soon, what the heck do you want?!?! Chad's freaky conversation with Chris Harrison ended with Chris asking Chad how he thought Chad's recently deceased mother would feel about his behavior on the show, to which I, too, say "fuck you , Chris Harrison ".

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Under Armour moving to FAO Schwarz's famed NY space

FAO Schwarz, probably the best-known toy store in the world, closed last July. Under Armour is moving to the storefront on 5th Avenue where FAO Schwarz once flourished. "I think it'll really position the brand again in the iconic place where we believe we belong". The company had $1 billion in quarterly net revenue, up 28 percent from a year ago.

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Meet the new Hillary Clinton, different from the old one?

It was a policy-driven ode to the "best darn change-maker I have ever met". In a move aimed at broadening Clinton's appeal, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg - an independent who considered launching a third party bid for president - will endorse the Democratic nominee.


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