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58000 arrested, fired or suspended since Turkey coup

For a third consecutive night, Mr Erdogan's supporters celebrated the defeat of the coup, with crowds waving national flags again converging on Istanbul's Taksim Square. "Uncertainty about Turkey's direction comes on top of a host of crises Mr. Obama's successor was already set to inherit in the Middle East and North Africa", Lee underscored.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Active Waterproof Issues Fixed

Although nothing is official and confirmed by Samsung, there have been a number of leaks over the past few months which showcase the expected design, specs, and features. It was also leaked back in May that the Gear S3, along with other Samsung wearables which will be launched in the near future, will feature Samsung's home-grown Tizen OS instead of Android Wear.

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McDonald's Says It's Working on Pokemon Go's Debut in Japan

Nintendo shares have surged more than 100 percent since July 6, the day the wildly popular "Pokemon Go" mobile game was launched in the United States. On an interesting note, Pokemon GO Japan release is the first involving a sponsored retail partnership. A driver who crashed into another auto in Fall City, Washington, in the USA, reportedly told authorities he was distracted by the game.

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Could there be a Game of Thrones version of Pokémon Go?

Nonetheless, Nintendo's stock outperformance shows that its foray into mobile platforms has an enormous potential. "Under my rough estimate, the sales from Pokémon Go and upcoming related gadgets will boost net profits by 50 billion yen".

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New No Man's Sky Trailer Shows off "Epic Space Battles" and More

If you missed the video on exploration, you can check it out through a previous post. "The more you fight back against the Sentinels, the higher your Wanted level, and the tougher they will become - from flying drones to quadrupedal machines, towering walkers and eventually dropships".

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New Brain Map Shows Nearly 100 Undiscovered Regions

The brain is a mysterious organ that has intrigued neuroscientists for a century and now a new map has discovered it is even more complex than first thought. The age of exploration has long passed, but there is at least one area still largely uncharted: the human brain. Another difference is that the researchers took into account multiple properties of the brain, such as its structural architecture and function and the thickness of the cortex, Glasser said.