Tens of thousands of civil service employees, including teachers, accused of ties to the plot or suspected of links to a US -based cleric whom authorities accuse of being the behind the plot, have also been fired. While Erdogan is seeking to consolidate the power of his elected government in the wake of the attempt to oust him, his crackdown could further polarize a country that once enjoyed a reputation for relative stability in the turbulent Middle East region.
The majority of Labour lawmakers have voted to say they don't have confidence in his leadership, but Corbyn has said he has no intention of resigning, arguing that he has the overwhelming support of Labour members. "I see it as a very hard challenge for him to face". Smith, who is Corbyn's sole challenger as candidate nominations close on Wednesday, has paid tribute to Corbyn "for helping Labour discover its radical roots".
Reuters previously reported that it is likely that the ballistic missiles tested in the seas off the east coast of Korea on July 19, 2016 were tested to simulate an attack on South Korean airfields and ports that are used by USA military. "The KPA already solemnly declared that the United States imperialist aggression forces in South Korea are its first strike target", the spokesman said.
Erdogan said he was nearly killed or captured by the mutineers. Turkish media reported that the education ministry fired 15,200 teachers across the country, while the Interior Ministry dismissed almost 9,000 workers. He added that European states have no right to criticize the decision to declare a state of emergency. Turkey's Board of Higher Education demanded the resignation of 1,577 deans from every university in the country, according to state-run Turkish media, the latest purge ...
Christie listed her lies: no classified information on the server, she did not email classified information, all work-related emails were given back to the State Department . Her campaign page includes two references to the word "Medicare". " The facts of her life and career disqualify her". The chant is popular among Trump supporters who say Clinton should have been prosecuted over the email issue.
The swift response, including calls to reinstate the death penalty for plotters, drew concern from Western allies who said Ankara must uphold the rule of law in the country, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member that is Washington's most powerful Muslim ally .