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World - Turkey can hold suspects without charge for up to 30 days

Turkey can hold suspects in detention without charge for up to 30 days under its state of emergency imposed in the wake of the failed coup aimed at ousting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, an official statement said on Saturday. The suspects can be held for up to 30 days before being taken to a judge to decide whether to remand them in custody, said an announcement in the official gazette, where all laws and decrees appear when they come into force. Activists including Amnesty International had warned Turkey against expanding the detention period, which in normal times stands at a maximum of four days.

Saturday, July 23, 2016  12:06


World - Turkey extends police powers, shutters schools after coup

Turkey pushed on Saturday with a sweeping crackdown against suspects accused of taking part in the failed coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, extending police powers to hold people in detention and shuttering over 1,000 private schools. A week after renegade soldiers tried to oust him with guns, tanks and F16s, Erdogan`s government has rounded up or sacked tens of thousands of perceived state enemies, including almost 300 officers of the guard shielding his Ankara palace. Under heightened police powers, suspects can now be held without charge for one month, up from four days, the official gazette announced on the third day of what Erdogan has said would be a three-month state of emergency.

Saturday, July 23, 2016  12:17


World - Top Asian News 5:15 a.m. GMT

NEW DELHI (AP) Indian officials say that an Indian charity worker kidnapped in Kabul last month has been released. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted Saturday that Judith D`Souza was free. She added that D`Souza was expected to be back in India by the evening. The 40-year-old worker was hired by the Aga Khan Foundation, which provides education and health assistance in about 30 countries. She was abducted June 9. Her sister Agnes D`Souza told reporters that she was thankful to the government and Swaraj for securing the release and asked that the media respect her family`s privacy.

Saturday, July 23, 2016  06:23


World - UN delivers food to starving displaced by Boko Haram

The United Nations has made the first food aid delivery to thousands of people displaced by Boko Haram Islamists in the Nigerian town of Banki, where hundreds have starved to death since March, the UN said on Friday. Officials from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) delivered 30 tonnes of `various lifesaving food items` transported from neighbouring Cameroon, the OCHA said in a statement. The convoy reached Banki on Thursday and distributed food to the more than 25,000 people in the town, it said.

Saturday, July 23, 2016  05:02


Most Recent - 3 reasons you`ll spend more at 40 than at 30

Younger folks don`t necessarily spend more. Here`s why your expenses might go up over the course of a decade.

Saturday, July 23, 2016  14:38


Business - CEO says Audi plans three electric car models by 2020: paper

Audi aims to have three electric car models by 2020 and for electric vehicles to account for 25 to 30 percent of its sales by 2025, Chief Executive Rupert Stadler told a German newspaper. Audi`s electric cars push, reported by Reuters earlier this week, is part of a strategic overhaul following the emissions scandal at parent Volkswagen . Under the plan, which Stadler presented to Audi managers this week, the group will focus more resources on electric cars, digital services and autonomous driving.

Saturday, July 23, 2016  13:41


World - Turkey`s Erdogan, using emergency decree, shuts private schools, charities, unions

By Gareth Jones ISTANBUL (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan tightened his grip on Turkey on Saturday, ordering the closure of thousands of private schools, charities and other institutions in his first decree since imposing a state of emergency after the failed military coup. A restructuring of Turkey`s once untouchable military also drew closer, with a planned meeting between Erdogan and the already purged top brass brought forward. In the decree, published by the Anadolu state news agency, Erdogan extended to a maximum of 30 days from four days the period in which some suspects can be detained.

Saturday, July 23, 2016  13:03


World - Liverpool snap up Dutch ace Wijnaldum from Magpies

Liverpool (AFP) - Dutch international Georginio Wijnaldum`s eye-catching performances for Newcastle in their failed battle against relegation last season saw Premier League giants Liverpool sign him for a reported £25million on Friday.

Friday, July 22, 2016  19:58


Europe - Turkey extends coup suspects` detention

Turkey extends detention period to maximum 30 days for those held in connection with last week`s failed coup

Saturday, July 23, 2016  09:55


Europe - Turkey extends detention without charge to 30 days

Turkey`s president extends the period in which suspects can be detained without charge to 30 days and orders the closure of more than 1,000 schools.

Saturday, July 23, 2016  10:01

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