The damages include destroyed buildings, military equipment, decline in orders overseas for goods and a drop in tourism, he told a gathering of Turkish reporters in Ankara. Prime Minister Binali Yildirim announced plans to shut down two military high courts - the administrative and appeals courts - and said military courts, which deal with disciplinary issues, would be placed under the Defense Ministry's supervision.
Weiner died last week in Newport after a long battle with cancer. Now that number has climbed to 58 percent of her supporters. Clinton's fundraising team has gained significantly more money than Trump every month since May, when Trump ended the month with $1.3 million in the bank.
According to the media outlet, the moderates are also planning to go through the courts to get the right to use Labour's name and assets. The comments came as leading Smith supporter Kate Green wrote to the chair of the pro-Corbyn Momentum group seeking to organise a leadership debate.
And Ankara knows that overstepping democratic principles during these exceptional times could pose another threat, this time to Turkey's foreign relations. The remarks partly echoed his recent criticism that Turkey's state of emergency jeopardizes democracy by granting extra powers to Erdogan. Critics of Erdogan fear he is using the abortive coup to wage an indiscriminate crackdown on dissent.
Most Sanders supporters will back Clinton, according to a recent poll, but a vocal number of supporters won't support her no matter what, operating under the "Bernie or Bust" moniker. Actress Eva Longoria of "Desperate Housewives" was also on the slate. Longoria, a Latina from a small town in south Texas, said she is ninth-generation American from a place once owned by Mexico.
Donald Trump says the Democrats' outgoing party head, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, is "highly over-rated", and he's accusing Hillary Clinton of throwing Wasserman Schultz "under the bus". Protesters, wearing Sanders T-shirts and badges held signs that said "Emails", "No!" and "Thanks for the help, Debbie" and shouting " Shame! " and "Fair elections!", disrupted a pre-convention breakfast hosted by the Florida delegation.