President Erdogan travels to Russia to meet with President Putin for the first time since apologizing in late June for the downing of a Russian fighter jet along the Syrian border in November previous year. "We don't find the Aleppo siege to be appropriate". The Turkish government has repeatedly pressed Washington to extradite Pennsylvania-based preacher Fethullah Gulen whom it blames for the coup bid, warning Washington that relations could suffer over the issue.
The lawsuit was filed Monday on behalf of Ahmed Mohamed. While the charges of bringing a hoax bomb to school were dropped, the 9th grader, known nationally as "Clock Boy", was still suspended from MacArthur High School for three days last September.
The CMA, which acts as a competition watchdog in the country, released a report Tuesday after a two-year investigation into the banking sector that found that just 3% of retail customers switch to a different bank in any year. The UK's four major banks - Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group and HSBC - dominate 77% of personal current accounts, and 85% of business accounts.
The Opposition in the Rajya Sabha on Monday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to break his silence on the unrest in Kashmir with the Congress saying "Hindustan ka Taj jal raha hai"(India's crown is burning) and demanded that the Centre initiate a political process.
Americans in the top income bracket are now taxed at 39.6%. His promise to eliminate the estate tax is receiving criticism online, as many see this policy has merely self-beneficial, but his proposals to lower taxes and reduce regulation are in-line with most conservative talking points.
Scientists at RMIT University in Melbourne found that students who play online games nearly every day actually score significantly better in tests. Students who play online games score 15 points above the average in math. Teachers across Australia are being urged to incorporate video games into their lessons after research revealed teenagers' test scores improve if they play.