Israel on Friday deposited $20 million in a bank account run by the Turkish Justice Ministry, as part of a reconciliation deal between the two nations.
A report in Istanbul said that the money is intended for the families of the 10 Turkish victims who were killed during a 2010 raid on the pro-Palestinian flotilla by Israeli commandos.
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The republican vice presidential nominee Mike pence in his statement today said by electing Donald Trump, the American people have the opportunity to choose a bold leader. In a political world often reserved for talkers, Donald Trump is a doer. I’ve come to know the man who invited me to join him on the Republican ticket as thoughtful, compassionate and steady. Above all, I know he is ready to lead the United States as our next president and commander in chief.
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Saudi Arabia and Iran on Tuesday dashed hopes that OPEC oil producers could clinch an output-limiting deal in Algeria this week due to their utterances, a report says.
The report quoted Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister, Khalid al-Falih, as telling reporters in Algiers that “this is a consultative meeting. We will consult with everyone else, we will hear the views, we will hear the secretariat of OPEC and also hear from consumers.”
Also, Iranian Oil Minister, Bijan Zanganeh, said “it is not the time for decision-making,” referring to the next formal OPEC meeting in Vienna on Nov. 30.
‘He added that “we will try to reach agreement for November.”
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Tottenham’s Champions League campaign is up and running after Son Heung-Min scored his fifth goal in as many games to snatch a 1-0 win over CSKA Moscow.
Spurs dominated possession in the newly-built CSKA Arena but struggled to break down their resilient opponents until Son struck in the 71st minute to seal an invaluable three points.
The victory lifts Mauricio Pochettino’s men up to second in Group E and Continue reading “Son Scores as Tottenham win against CSKA Moscow in UCL Clash”
A bloody shootout on a New Jersey street ended Monday with the capture of a suspect in the bomb blast that wounded 29 people Saturday in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, authorities said.
Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, and two Linden police officers were wounded in the gunfight — hours after authorities found more explosives at a New Jersey train station, raided an apartment nearby, issued a wanted poster and began to link the blast with other bombs.
The intense manhunt came to a swift conclusion after Rahami, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Afghanistan, was found sleeping in the Continue reading “Suspect Ahmad Rahami nabbed in N.Y.-area bombings”
Jose Mourinho and his Manchester United side endured a week to forget as Watford secured a well-deserved victory at Vicarage Road.
Going into the game on the back of a derby defeat at home to Manchester City and a Europa League loss at Feyenoord, United were largely disappointing as Mourinho slipped to three successive defeats as a manager for the first time in over a decade.
The in-form Etienne Capoue struck his fourth goal in six games to put Continue reading “Watford condemns Manchester United again”
Many website owners see content as something they can write themselves.
Of course, you know your business too well and you can write something about it. But there are essential elements that quality content must have to make it best for web use – and you also have to think about search engine optimization because this is important in articles for website.
To write quality web content, you have to:
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It’s like reading the newspaper at first glance, you go to the headlines, the highlights, important news before going into the details.
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JOHANNESBURG – Rangers in South Africa’s biggest wildlife park are killing about 350 hippos and buffalos in an attempt to relieve the impact of a severe drought.
The national parks service says the numbers of hippos and buffalos in Kruger National Park, about 7,500 and 47,000 respectively, are at their highest level ever.
Meat from the killed animals is being supplied to poor communities on the park’s perimeter.
Parks service spokesman Ike Phaahla says the two species consume large Continue reading “South African park kills 350 hippos, buffalos amid drought”
Former secretary of State and retired four-star general Colin Powell called Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump “a national disgrace” and “international pariah,” and said “Hillary’s mafia” was trying to drag him into Clinton’s email scandal in personal emails that were leaked by hackers, according to online news organizations BuzzFeed and The Daily Caller.
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Former British Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned from the UK parliament “with immediate effect”.
“It is not going to be possible to be a normal backbencher as a former prime minister,” Mr. Cameron told the BBC on Monday.
He added that his presence in parliament could be a “distraction” for his successor as Prime Minister, Theresa May.
Mr. Cameron had pledged to support Mrs. May, who “has got off to a Continue reading “Former British Prime Minister, David Cameron, resigns from parliament”