A military coup attempt launched by a faction of the armed forces late on Friday appears to be falling apart, with forces loyal to the government rooting out remnants of the resistance. Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said 27 Malaysians were stranded at Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul and more than 100 at Esenboğa International Airport in Ankara , Turkey .
She said before the Brexit vote: "Our security and intelligence agencies have the closest working relationship of any two countries in the world - and I know that it would certainly survive Britain leaving the European Union". She replaced him with Philip Hammond, the former foreign secretary. The former Home Secretary stepped into David Cameron's position on Monday (July 11) after fellow Conservative MP Andrea Leadsom withdrew from the leadership contest.
The investigation "will try to determine whether he benefited from accomplices", Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said. The prosecutor also said that 31-year-old Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, who was shot dead in the attack, was a Tunisian national and divorced with children, Reuters reported.
A tireless social worker, Edhi has been called Pakistan's "Mother Theresa" and an " Angel of Mercy ", as he and his volunteers were often among the first to arrive at the scenes of bombings and natural disasters. He died after facing respiratory due to his frail health. After the funeral, his body was taken to Edhi village, where he will be laid to rest. "Hence, we will also honour his wish and bury him in the clothes that he passed away".
The coup attempted appeared to crumble as fast as it began. Istanbul authorities sought to get life back to normal with the bridges reopening to traffic and Ataturk International Airport - which had been shut down by the plotters - gradually reopening.
Within minutes the attack was over, with Bouhlel dead in a hail of police gunfire. President Francois Hollande said the country would observe 3 days of mourning as he warned the death toll could rise further, with more than 50 people still fighting for their lives.