Istanbul Pride march banned by authorities at last minute

Istanbul Pride march banned by authorities at last minute

Posted June 25, 2017 05:47:24 Photo: People take part in the 2013 Istanbul Pride march, which was permitted by police. (Audience submitted: Cal Callow) Related Story: German politicians detained at Istanbul gay pride demonstration Related Story: Turkish police clash with crowd at gay pride parade Turkish authorities have announced that they will not allow the Istanbul Pride march to take place on Sunday — the third year in a row the celebration has been banned. Key points: Third year in a row Istanbul Pride has been banned since it began…

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Saudis foil attack on Mecca's Grand Mosque

Saudis foil attack on Mecca's Grand Mosque

A suspect in the planned attack on the mosque blew himself up in a nearby neighborhood when security forces surrounded a home where the man was hiding, according to the ministry. The suspect refused to comply with demands to surrender, opened fire on security forces and then killed himself, officials said. The explosion caused the partial collapse of the building in which the suspect was hiding. Six expatriates were injured and taken to a hospital, and five security personnel received minor injuries, a Saudi Press official in London told CNN….

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California 'road rage' results in motorway car crash

California 'road rage' results in motorway car crash

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Trump-Russia probe: Robert Mueller's dream team has conspiracy experience

Trump-Russia probe: Robert Mueller's dream team has conspiracy experience

Washington: When one of the United States’ largest accounting firms destroyed thousands of files and emails after the Enron energy giant collapsed in a massive fraud in 2001, federal prosecutors were sure the shredding was a clear case of obstruction of justice. “This case was really about a simple principle,” Andrew Weissmann, the lead prosecutor on the Arthur Andersen accounting scandal, said at the time. “Which is, when you expect the police, don’t destroy evidence.” Play VideoDon’t Play 100 buried in China landslide Play VideoDon’t Play Previous slideNext slide Trump confirms…

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