The U.S. has confirmed causing 36 civilian deaths since it began airstrikes on Syria in the summer of 2015, a figure that is strongly contested by outside observers, according to The Guardian . However, airstrikes in the countryside blamed on the coalition have killed scores of civilians in the past few days, including children. A spokesman for the USA -led alliance said there were "multiple national aircraft providing strikesin Manbij".
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In a statement distributed Thursday, UNICEF says dozens of children were among those killed in and around the town of Manbij in the past few days. The U.S.-led coalition said it has conducted more than 500 strikes in support of the SAC near Manbij, about 85 percent of which is Arab, Pentagon officials have said.
All those institutions are suspected of links to Fethullah Gulen, a USA -based cleric accused by Turkey of directing the insurrection that left about 290 people dead and was put down by loyalist forces and pro-government protesters. It said this would facilitate a full investigation into the coup attempt. He said: "The state can not be governed by grudge, anger and prejudice". The steps were just some of the seismic changes that have rocked Turkey since the shock of the July 15 coup ...
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A small number of people walked out of Wasserman Schultz's speech. Protesters can be heard yelling, " you robbed us " and "shame" throughout her speech, while holding signs saying "Thanks for the help, Debbie" and " Emails ". Walsh, expected to address the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia around 7 p.m., said that if he were in her shoes, he'd forgo the traditional gaveling-in.