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Arda Turan retires from Turkey duty after assault claims

Arda Turan retires from Turkey duty after assault claims

Turan reportedly shouted at Me┼če, a veteran journalist who had blamed skipper Turan for much of the squad disharmony. The Barcelona midfielder is reported to have been furious that Milliyet journalist Bilal Mese was allowed to travel on the plane, due to media reports that circulated following Turkey's exit from Euro 2016 alleging infighting between players and a dispute with the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) over bonuses.


Workplace Gunman 'Singled Out' Employees In Shooting

Workplace Gunman 'Singled Out' Employees In Shooting

Authorities said the victim of that battery incident was not among those found dead. Seven people survived the shooting . He had been fired in April from Fiamma, which makes awnings for RVs and campers. Rodriguez, who could not be reached for comment, also sued Fiamma in 2015, accusing the company of not paying him for overtime. A disgruntled terminated employee shot dead five people and then killed himself at his former workplace in Orlando , Florida.


Saudi foreign minister says Gulf states alone can solve Qatar row

Saudi foreign minister says Gulf states alone can solve Qatar row

It has to choose whether it must move in one direction or another direction", the minister said. Qatar said there was "no legitimate justification" for several nations severing diplomatic ties and the decision was in "violation of its sovereignty".



Indonesia diverts pilgrims to other airlines after Qatar Airways fallout

U.S. President Donald Trump took sides in the rift on Tuesday, praising the actions against Qatar, but later spoke by phone with Saudi King Salman and stressed the need for Gulf unity. Qatar, however, maintained it was a victim of hacking. Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, said on Monday (local time) that for Qatar to restore its tie with the other nations, it needs to end its support for the Palestinian group Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood .


UAE ruling family member: Qatar now questioning its leaders

UAE ruling family member: Qatar now questioning its leaders

A CNN report then cited Qatar's foreign minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani as saying Federal Bureau of Investigation experts had concluded that Russian hackers had a hand in the furor. "Customers keep asking the bank whether it is still operating in UAE and the bank's response is, it's business as usual", said an executive at a Qatari bank in the UAE.



How the suspected NSA leaker Reality Leigh Winner was caught

The website The Intercept reported Monday it had obtained a classified National Security Agency report dated May 5 suggesting Russian hackers attacked at least one US voting software supplier days before last year's presidential election.