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World - Murray opens Britain`s Davis Cup tie with USA


Andy Murray was on Thursday drawn to face Donald Young in Friday`s opening rubber of the Davis Cup World Group first-round tie between Great Britain and the United States. The world number five will tackle world number 47 Young in the first match of the tie at Glasgow`s Emirates Arena, where the 27-year-old Scot can expect boisterous support. The USA`s leading player, world number 20 John Isner, then tackles James Ward, before top-ranked doubles pairing Bob and Mike Bryan challenge Murray`s brother Jamie and Dominic Inglot in Saturday`s doubles.


Thursday, March 05, 2015  17:45

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World - Turkey police detain suspect claiming to have bomb outside U.S. consulate


Turkish police detained a suspect outside the U.S. consulate in Istanbul who claimed to have a bomb, the consulate said on Friday. The consulate said it had taken measures to protect its staff and visitor `An individual claiming to have a bomb parked a vehicle in front of the U.S. Consulate General in Istanbul,` the consulate said. Istanbul police said in a statement a 33-year-old man with the initials E.C. had been subdued and detained, although they did not find him to be carrying illegal materials during a search of his person and car. Istanbul has been on high security alert since January, when a suicide bomber blew herself up at a police station in the historic Sultanahmet district, killing one officer and wounding another.


Friday, February 27, 2015  15:10

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World - Perpetrators of U.S. sailors` assault will `pay the price,` Turkish foreign minister says


ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey`s foreign minister on Friday described an assault on U.S. sailors in Istanbul this week as reprehensible and vowed that the attackers would `pay the price for their actions.` Members of the nationalist Turkish Youth Union attacked three U.S. sailors on a crowded street in Istanbul on Wednesday, shouting `Yankee go home`, throwing paint at them and trying to pull hoods over their heads. Video footage was later posted on the group`s website. Twelve people were detained but released by an Istanbul court on Thursday. ...


Friday, November 14, 2014  20:54

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World - Perpetrators of U.S. sailors` assault will `pay the price`: Turkish Foreign Minister


ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey`s Foreign Minister on Friday described an assault on U.S. sailors in Istanbul this week as reprehensible and vowed that the attackers would `pay the price for their actions.` Members of the nationalist Turkish Youth Union attacked three U.S. sailors on a crowded street in Istanbul on Wednesday, shouting `Yankee go home`, throwing paint and trying to pull hoods over their heads. Video footage was later posted on the group`s website. Twelve people were detained but released by an Istanbul court on Thursday. ...


Friday, November 14, 2014  15:26

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World - Hand grenade explodes in Istanbul, no casualties


A hand grenade exploded on a busy street in Istanbul on Sunday without causing any casualties, state media said, almost two weeks after a suicide bombing in Turkey`s largest city. The megacity remains on high security alert following the attack by a female suicide bomber on January 6 in the heart of Istanbul`s tourist district that killed a Turkish policeman. In other security alerts on Sunday, two unexploded bombs were found in different parts of Istanbul, Anatolia said. Police detonated a cluster bomb found outside a police station in the suburb of Maltepe on the Asian side of Istanbul.


Sunday, January 18, 2015  20:10

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Business - Citigroup sells stake in Turkey`s Akbank for $1.2 billion


ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Citigroup has sold its nearly 10 percent stake in Turkey`s Akbank for $1.2 billion, the U.S. bank said on Thursday, in its latest sale of overseas assets to cut costs and raise profits.


Thursday, March 05, 2015  07:37

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World - U.S. Syria strategy falters with collapse of rebel group


By Dasha Afanasieva and Sylvia Westall ISTANBUL/BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Hazzm movement was once central to a covert CIA operation to arm Syrian rebels, but the group`s collapse last week underlines the failure of efforts to unify Arab and Western support for mainstream insurgents fighting the Syrian military. A blow to U.S. moves to aid rebels, the dissolution of Hazzm also highlights the risks that a new Department of Defense program could face in training and equipping fighters in Jordan, Turkey and Qatar. U.S. officials plan to train thousands of Syrian rebels over three years. An onslaught by al Qaeda`s Syria wing, the Nusra Front, last week forced Hazzm into dissolution, its members swallowed by Jabhat al-Shamiyya, a mainly Islamist alliance.


Thursday, March 05, 2015  07:01

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World - Istanbul snowstorm grounds planes, shuts Bosphorus to tankers


A snowstorm in Istanbul grounded planes, halted traffic and forced the closure of the Bosphorus Strait shipping channel on Wednesday, Turkish officials said. Turkish Airlines, Europe`s fourth-largest carrier, said it was forced to cancel more than 300 flights scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. Ataturk Airport, Istanbul`s main airport and the fourth-busiest in Europe, closed briefly in the morning because of the adverse weather, but reopened by early afternoon. Some commuters in the city of 15 million had to walk to work after as much as 60 cm (24 inches) of snow fell in two days in parts of Istanbul.


Wednesday, February 18, 2015  16:09

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World - Flights suspended at Istanbul`s Ataturk Airport due to snowstorm


ISTANBUL (Reuters) - All flights have been suspended at Istanbul`s Ataturk Airport, Turkey`s main hub, for the past two hours due to a snowstorm and it was unclear when they would resume, a Turkish State Airports Authority (DHMI) official told Reuters on Wednesday. Turkish Airlines, Europe`s fourth-biggest carrier, canceled 200 flights scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday due to adverse weather conditions, it said on its website. Discount carrier Pegasus also called off some flights at its hub on the Asian side of Istanbul. (Reporting by Ece Toksabay; Editing by Daren Butler)


Wednesday, February 18, 2015  10:32

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World - Clashes in Ankara as Turkey remembers Dink murder


Turkish police on Monday used pepper spray and water cannon to disperse a protest in Ankara calling for justice over the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink, who was shot dead in broad daylight outside his offices eight years ago. Thousands of people had marched though central Istanbul earlier on Monday in a peaceful demonstration to remember Turkey`s most notorious killing of recent years that sent shockwaves around the country. Holding signs in Turkish, Armenian and English reading `Justice for Hrant`, protesters in Istanbul had earlier rallied around the offices of the Agos newspaper, a bilingual Turkish and Armenian weekly, which he edited. The Istanbul memorial rally is an annual event but was considerably larger than in previous years.


Monday, January 19, 2015  20:50

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