They have denied involvement in Friday's failed coup, saying their helicopter had been used to transport wounded and had come under fire from police, at which point they fled fearing for their lives. Since the coup attempt crumbled on Saturday, the Turkish government has launched a purge of the armed forces and judiciary, rounding up thousands.
Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve hit back Monday, listing a series of laws and extra police forces created under Hollande's presidency "to face a threat that France was not prepared for" when he took over from Sarkozy in 2012. Thousands of people massed on the waterfront promenade where the Bastille Day celebrations became a killing field on Thursday night. IS targeted the Paris offices of the satirical magazine "Charlie Hebdo" in January 2015, while the Paris attacks at six sites on ...
People close to Cruz , who would normally know what is going on, who had talked to him in the last few hours, said they had no idea what he would do. The insult was a reference to Boehner's claim, back in April, that the Texas senator is "Lucifer in the flesh" and a "miserable son of a b-h". Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson, left, speaks with the hosts of Fox and Friends.
Turkey's president has declared a three-month state of emergency following a failed coup . White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the two leaders also discussed in their phone call Turkey's request to extradite US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, Erdogan's bitter foe who the Turkish government alleges was linked to the coup attempt.
It is reported that Riyad exclaimed " Allahu Akbar " (God is great) during the attack , leading to early claims that it was a terrorist attack . German state broadcaster ZDF said on July 20 that documents found in the teenager's room showed that he had Pakistani - rather than Afghan - citizenship.
In mid-June, the WADA took another look and again found more of the same, leading the IAAF to issue a unanimous decision banning Russian track and field athletes from competing in global competitions, saying the testing system was "tainted by doping from the top level and down".