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Turkey rejects Arab Qatar demands, US calls them 'difficult'

Turkey rejects Arab Qatar demands, US calls them 'difficult'

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Ergodan said on June 25 that calls for a Turkish military base in Qatar to close were disrespectful. "They did not come back to us since that day and even though they still didn't come back to us on this, asking Turkey to pull back its troops (from Qatar) is disrespectful against Turkey".


Colorado officer escorting Pence motorcade hurt in crash

Colorado officer escorting Pence motorcade hurt in crash

The crash happened when the vice president was visiting Colorado Springs. Focus on the Family is active in opposing abortion, divorce, pornography, gambling and LGBT rights, including marriage equality and adoption by gay and lesbian couples.



US Fed raises rates for second time in three months

Yellen indicated the Fed still remained confident inflation would rise to its target over the medium term, bolstered by what she described as a robust labor market that is continuing to strengthen. "The Fed announcing an update to their reinvestment principles leaves September open ". Wednesday's action is just the latest in a gradual series of rate hikes that are moving interest rates back toward the rates usually seen over the past few decades.



South Africa beat England by three runs to level T20 series

England had appeared to be cruising to another comprehensive win, with Roy and Jonny Bairstow putting on a century stand for the second wicket - but, from needing 50 off 39 balls, they instead stuttered down a dead end as South Africa silenced a boisterous crowd enjoying their first sight of an England men's worldwide since 1983.



Erdogan rejects Arab demands; Turkish troops stay in Qatar

However, he ruled out further escalation in the crisis should Qatar fail to comply with the demands. But he did not make clear what more could be done since the four Arab nations have already cut diplomatic relations with Doha and severed most commercial ties.