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Sep 3 CBS News Reporter Tweets Clinton Campaign Staff Resigning; Hillary MAY DROP OUT after yesterday's huge FBI data dump!

BREAKING NEWS -- CBS News Reporter Tweets Clinton Campaign Staff Resigning; Hillary MAY DROP OUT after FBI Release!

Breaking Russia Deploys Heavy Military In Syria & Turkey Resonds

Turkey awaits Russia's offer in missile system procurement process | Military and Commercial Technology

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Nov 22 EXPOSED: Obama Never Asked The Military For A Plan To Defeat ISIS; Ignored All Military Advice Given For All Wars

EXPOSED: Obama Never Asked The Military For A Plan To Defeat ISIS; Ignored All Military Advice Given For All Wars

#Media #Oligarchs #MegaBanks vs #Union #Occupy #BLM ATATÜRK VERSUS ERDOGAN: TURKEY’S LONG STRUGGLE http://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/ataturk-versus-erdogan-turkeys-long-struggle Turkey has weathered five successful military coups since the founding of the Republic, in 1923, and what happened on Friday, with soldiers surging against President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his ruling Justice and Development Party, or A.K.P., marks an attempt at the sixth. Turkey is a constitutionally…

A convoy of trucks, carrying tanks and military vehicles, was seen on the road in the southeastern Gaziantep province of Turkey on Thursday, Al-Alam News Network reports.

By Humeyra Pamuk ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's air force in September made a public appeal to hundreds of former pilots to return to its depleted ranks to replace more than 350 airmen purged after July's failed coup.  The call has largely gone unanswered, according to military officials and

Meet The Man Who Funds ISIS: Bilal Erdogan, The Son Of Turkey’s President | The Turkish government has in effect sided with ISIS." [11.26.15]

#TURKEY: #Erdogan sacks 15000 in post coup crakdown Turkey dismissed 15000 more state employees on Tuesday from soldiers and police officers to tax inspectors and midwives and shut 375 institutions and several news outlets deepening purges carried out since a failed coup. The dismissals announced in two decrees bring to more than 125000 the number of people sacked or suspended in the military civil service judiciary and elsewhere since July's coup attempt. About 36000 have been jailed…

Emperor Constantine in the fourth century CE made the capital Constantinepole. Separate emperors ruled from it after his death. Pictured here is a bust of Constantine.