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As Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan prepares for a trip to Washington to attend the Nuclear Security Summit and to get some face time with President Obama, it appears that a corruption related scandal will also be traveling along with him.
Although not spotlighted in the forefront of media outlets, the roots of the scandal go much deeper, having developed in Turkey over a five-year period.
Only a few weeks ago, the FBI arrested Reza Zarrab, a dual Iranian/Turkish national in Miami. Zarrab, 33, owner and operator of Royal Holding A.S., and two others, are accused of using a web of companies over five years to induce U.S. banks to unwittingly process transactions that violated international sanctions against Iran, according to an
As the Syrian immigrant crisis continues to dominate international headlines, it has been reported that Sweden, who had initially welcomed the new arrivals, has now had a change of heart on its open door policy towards the refugees.
Published reports indicate that they are taking measures to expel at least 80,000 immigrants, which is equivalent to 45% of the people who have sought political asylum in the Scandanavian country.
Sweden, which is home to 9.8 million people, is one of the
Delivering his very last State of the Union address on Tuesday evening, President Obama used his uninterrupted hour of nationwide air time to honoring the progress America has made on his watch, while he outlined future objectives in which he will play no major political role.
"I want us to be able, when we walk out this door, to say, 'We couldn't think of anything else that we didn't try to do ... that we weren't timid or got tired or somehow thinking about the next thing because there is
It appears that the international reconnaissance infrastructure has broadened its far reaching tentacles according to recent revelations that have come to light. According to documents attributed to leaks by former US spy agency contractor Edward Snowden, the United States along with long time ally Britain have eavesdropped and monitored communications by Israel’s air force in a hacking operation dating back to 1998. They have all kept tabs on clandestine Israeli sortie missions.
As Iraqi troops hail a significant victory in the retaking of the city of Ramadi from ISIS forces, it has been revealed that the terror organization has only one fear. And that fear emanates from being placed in a position to defend itself from the panoply of military might that the State of Israel possesses.
According to published reports, German reporter, Jurgen Todenhofer, 75, spent 10 days in 2014 with the Jihadist organization in Iraq and Syria. Speaking to Jewish News, a UK based