On Monday, Kerry pointedly reminded Turkey that the treaty that created the NATO alliance commits member states to respect "principles of democracy, individual liberty and the rule of law". Commenting on the recent massive arrests of suspected coup plotters made in Turkey, Earnest reiterated that the Turkish government should exercise restraint, demonstrate a commitment to due process and a continued commitment to the values that are enshrined in Turkey's Constitution .
Japan , the US and Australia have been citing worldwide laws for some time, but in fact they have been adopting a double standard towards global laws, which they adopt only when the worldwide laws fit their needs, said the spokesperson. Beijing sees such statements as proof of US-led outside interference and evidence that it and its strategic allies are motivated by a desire to contain China's rise.
Anadolu reported that Turkey's top broadcasting authority on Tuesday revoked the licenses for 24 radio and television companies that it said are linked to Fethullah Gulen, whom Erdogan blames for masterminding the coup. Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus told reporters that 9,322 people were under legal proceedings in relation to the attempted coup. Gulen, who is elderly and in poor health, also told reporters that he is in his last days of life, and would like to remain in the ...
The new 86,000-square foot school cost $50 million and is scheduled to open next month. The school hosted a media day Friday and showed the progress that has been made in its development. First Selectman Pat Llodra gave a statement regarding the hopes for the new Sandy Hook Elementary School . Of those, 70 were students at the old school.
Rushing told her he had a concealed weapons permit, according to an arrest report . Weeks later, state drug lab rest results confirmed there was nothing illegal. Officers searched his auto with his permission, but it took way longer than he expected. He was locked up for about 10 hours before his release on $2,500 bond, he said.
Friends and family of Charles Judge Jr. and Jonathan Prins said the men were soldiers who looked out for others. Justin Brooks, the owner of the Dreher Island Road bar, says Mills was chasing the woman with a gun and began beating her . "The suspect was arrested without incident at a Chapin residence Sunday afternoon", Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said. Deputies say they are still investigating what happened.
She was charged with second degree murder and fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon. The 10 other victims, including at least four other sex workers, were found about three miles west of where officials found Gilbert's body. They have said Gilbert's death is not linked to the other victims found. Almost a dozen bodies linked to the same murderer were later found as authorities searched the beach for Shannon Gilbert's remains.
Her father backs equal pay for equal work, she said. When she was photographed on Tuesday, Ivana appeared to be content while out with Rubicondi, who was her fourth husband that she divorced in 2009 after only being married a year. Privately educated at Chapin and Choate, some of the East Coast's most exclusive schools, she followed her father to the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with a degree in economics.
Strong winds are keeping a highway that accesses Wyoming's Jackson Hole region and Yellowstone National Park closed Wednesday. Many are travelers heading to Jackson Hole and Yellowstone via Interstate 80. A fire burning in the neighboring Bridger-Teton National Forest north of the Sublette County community of Bondurant has grown to almost 16 square miles.
Hickenlooper said he thinks Clinton will rally Democrats - including many of Bernie Sanders' supporters - behind her candidacy because of what he sees as one of Clinton's greatest strengths: her ability to unify. Asked about Warren, she added, "Amazing". Both fit Clinton's ideal of low-key, loyal effectiveness, people who know both men said. (He also hails from Clinton's alma mater, Yale Law School, which can't hurt either).
She wrote: "I do not in any way condone the throwing of bottles". "Young boys running around with large machete looking knifes, a whole leap of 16, 17, 18 year old girls & boys literally scattered everywhere, I was scared for all their lives".
In June's referendum, 52 per cent of those who took part voted to leave the European Union while 48 per cent voted to stay, prompting calls among many shocked "Remain" supporters for a re-run. Her call came shortly after Labour's National Executive Committee suspended all local party meetings amid reports of intimidation, bullying and threatening behaviour, and just days after a brick was thrown through her own constituency office window in Wallasey on Merseyside.
Mary Mendoza, Sabine Durden and Jamiel Shaw - identified on convention television screens as "victims of illegal immigrants", spoke of loved ones killed by people who were in the United States without authorization. But, while Clinton was cleared, Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey said publicly that the candidate was irresponsible in dealing with the nation's security.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest says Obama isn't seeking an apology from Johnson. The "special relationship" between the two countries "transcends any single personality", he said. May has told the leaders of France and Germany that she would "need some time" to prepare for triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty. "Some said it was a symbol of the part-Kenyan president's ancestral dislike of the British empire, of which Churchill had been such a fervent defender", he added.
Kenya will work to help restore Israel's observer status in the African Union, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta announced on Tuesday at a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Nairobi . "Kenya is certainly committed to supporting a peace process in whatever way she can and we continue to see Israel as a critical partner, friend and ally, which is the more reason we desire peace in that region of the world", said President Kenyatta.
The medical examiner (ME) ruled the death was a homicide, finding that instructors allegedly "dunked" the trainee underwater several times in the time leading up to his death. "Despite a successful track record, any loss of life drives us to ensure we are doing everything possible to make training safe and effective", Hennessey said then in a statement.
Police officers grapple with "societal failures" over issues including mental health, drug addiction, and schooling that they're not equipped to handle, Brown said. Critics of the decision "are not on the ground, and their lives are not at stake", he said. Officer Abbott was also guarding the entrance, and was hurt in both legs from flying glass after it was struck by bullets.
Canada Post and the union representing some of its employees remain embroiled in a labour dispute. Canada Post has already warned that the sluggish negotiations have affected mail volumes. "They refused to negotiate fairly with us and now they' re locking the doors and will try to starve us into submission". Canada Post made new contract proposals about a week ago, and the union presented a counter-offer on Friday.
Investigators believe Small had punched Isaacs with the officer still seated behind the wheel before the officer fired three times, leaving behind shell cases found inside the auto. The NYPD declined to comment. The Brooklyn Democrat said the officer should have driven away or deescalated the situation with verbal warnings. "Deadly force was not justified", lawyer Roger Wareham said.
I believe that this is not just good for Kenya. And Mr Netanyahu said his country was the best partner go African countries various fields especially in security and economic matters. Visiting the scene of the raid on Monday, Netanyahu said he had learned from his brother that "clarity and courage" are required to overcome extremism.