50 US nukes in Turkey unsafe after attempted coup

50 US nukes in Turkey unsafe after attempted coup

Istanbul : The coup attempted by Turkish military rebels on Friday against the Erdogan government is giving rise to questions pertaining to the security of American nuclear bombs in Turkey. American soldiers have been posted at Turkey’s Incirlik Airbase where the nuclear bombs are stored. Last week Turkey closed this airbase after rebels took refuge here.   Turkey had permitted the US to use Incirlik Airbase in the battle against the ISIS in Syria. For […]

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20,000 arrested in Turkey after attempted coup

20,000 arrested in Turkey after attempted coup

Istanbul : Turkish President Erdogan has intensified the actions against activists and so far nearly 20,000 have been taken into custody. These include 6000 military soldiers, 9000 police, 3000 magistrates, 30 Governors, over 100 officers holding General and Admiral Posts, Politicians and Political officers and industrialists. Turkey is in a churned state at the moment on account of these actions while  a Senior Official of the European Union […]

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42 Helicopters, 12 destroyers of Turkey missing after attempted coup

42 Helicopters, 12 destroyers of Turkey missing after attempted coup

Istanbul : Turkish military has ordered immediately to search suspiciously missing 12 destroyers. It is suspected that during the last week, the rebels escaped taking 12 destroyers. Prior to this, a search is on for the missing 42 helicopters of the Turkish military.  12 destroyers that went for patrolling in the ‘Black Sea’ and the ‘Aegean Sea’ during the last week have not yet returned. Also, the local media has published that no contact has been established with the destroyers. It is also claimed that one of the destroyer is equipped with missiles.  Along with it, the commander of the Turkish navy Admiral ‘Veysel Kosele’ also remains missing. Both the possibilities that either the Turkish navy Admiral Kosele has joined in the rebels or the rebels must have kidnapped him, are being expressed. It had been revealed that the existing and the former Turkish air force chief had participated in this coup.  Apart from this, the weapons supply found from the basement of the five star hotel where the President Erdogan was staying during the coup attempt has caused an upheaval.  #TurkeyCoup: 12 naval destroyers, 42 choppers missing. Cause of concern. Should not fall in hands of #TerrorGroups pic.twitter.com/7KuXj6GUmn — Samir Dattopadhye (@samirsinh189) July 20, 2016

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Emergency declared in Turkey

Emergency declared in Turkey

Ankara / Istanbul : The shadow of insurgence continues over Turkey even after arresting 6000 civilians in three days. After spotting 5 suspicious helicopters hovering over the city of Istanbul, Turkey has ordered its fighter planes to shoot down the helicopters the moment they are seen. Simultaneously tanks and anti-aircraft guns have been deployed and Erdogan government has imposed emergency […]

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China disappointed with Pakistan over ‘CPEC’

China disappointed with Pakistan over ‘CPEC’

Islamabad : China is disappointed with Pakistan as work on the China Pakistan Economic Corridor(CPEC)is progressing at a very slow speed. China has pressurised Pakistan by openly condemning it for the delay in the CPEC project. At the same time‘The Dawn’a news daily of Pakistan, published a report that hints on the disagreement between the government […]

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Over 1 lakh citizens of Venezuela crossover to Colombia for food and medication

Over 1 lakh citizens of Venezuela crossover to Colombia for food and medication

Caracas : Venezuela, a Latin American country whose economy is known to be mainly dependent on oil is now facing acute shortage of food and essential commodities, creating chaos in the country. In the last two days, 125 thousand of Venezuelans are desperate to leave their country and enter neighboring Colombia for their basic needs like […]

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Syria-like conflicts await Central Asia & Caucasus: Russian Defense Minister

Syria-like conflicts await Central Asia & Caucasus: Russian Defense Minister

Moscow – Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu predicts, ‘Armed conflicts similar to that in Syria may soon emerge in post-Soviet republics of Central Asia and the Caucasus region, prompting Russia to respond’. ‘Islamic State’ terrorists have increased violent activities in the Russian neighboring countries of Central Asia’. The statement made by the Russian Defense Minister […]

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