vegassports-odds.com
vegassports-odds.com September 23, 2017


Turkey Protesters Say Erdogan Supporters Attacked Them in Washington

19 May 2017, 06:25 | Darin Griffith

Turkey Protesters Say Erdogan Supporters Attacked Them in Washington

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov center Cyprus Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides left and Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland talk together prior to a session of the Council of Europe's Committee of Ministers at the Filoxeni

The Turkish goons who were responsible for bloodying at least 11 people, including a police officer and two Secret Service agents, during a melee outside of the Washington, D.C., home of Turkey's ambassador to the US on Tuesday should be prosecuted to the full extent of American law and then booted out of this country.

The State Department also said that acting Deputy Secretary of State Tom Shannon spoke with Turkish Ambassador Serdar Kilic about the fighting that left at least nine injured, including a DC police officer.

Using noise reduction and volume enhancement techniques, Ferad determined that Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's security detail shouted out the phrases "he says attack" and "come, come, come" as they charged the protesters.

The video shows Erdogan in the back of a auto outside the Turkish ambassador's residence as security officials charged into a crowd of protesters.

Four of the attackers ganged up on Aziz - knocking him to the ground with punches to the head and repeatedly kicking him in the chest and head before police drove them away.

The clash happened as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan returned to the embassy after meeting with President Donald Trump earlier Tuesday.

The protesting group held banners that read: "Freedom to Demirtas!" in a reference to Selahattin Demirtas, the leader of pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) who has been under arrest over terrorism charges since Nov 4, 2016.

In the video, D.C. police officers can be seen struggling to protect the small group of protestors who had gathered to speak out against Erdogan's authoritarian policies. "This is Erdogan's security detail", McCain said.

Car drives wrong way in Times Square and hits crowds; 1 dead
Smoke was coming out of the car's hood and the vehicle was slightly overturned on a barrier at a sidewalk in Times Square . The next day, Rojas used the Honda to mow down almost two dozen people on the footpath of Times Square , police allege.

Taylor Swift 'is dating actor Joe Alwyn'
Taylor and Joe reportedly became friends after being introduced by actress Emma Stone who is co-starring in a film with Joe. Regardless, Taylor and Alwyn has yet to confirm the reports .

Trump visit draws country singer Toby Keith to Saudi Arabia
Trump will be visiting Riyadh on Friday on his first worldwide trip as U.S. president. Saudi Arabia recognizes that economic interdependence is key.

Erdogan said he told the United States that Turkey could not be part of the operation to retake the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State because of the participation of the YPG. Police said they were checking reports that some of the attackers worked as bodyguards for the Turkish president.

Audiovisual analysis of footage recorded at the Turkish embassy on Tuesday sheds light on the verbal commands given by Turkey's president prior to his bodyguards' attack on a group of Kurdish protesters.

"We are already telling you in advance: Our rules of engagement give us this authority", Erdogan said.

On Thursday, Erdogan, speaking in Istanbul, reiterated the warning, saying that "we won't discuss it or consult with anyone", according to the Associated Press.

"Violence is never an appropriate response to free speech, and we support the rights of people everywhere to free expression and peaceful protest", the statement read.

Human rights groups have applauded the Trump administration for raising the issue.

Erdogan responded that there is there is no place for any Kurdish "terrorist organizations" in any agreement about the region's future.



Other News

Trending Now

Noida cyber cell gives tips on preventing WannaCry attack
Despite the situation, Microsoft brand is likely to emerge without serious damage according to an expert at the tech industry. The countries most affected by WannaCry were the same as Friday: Russia, Taiwan, Ukraine and India, Avast's data showed.

Brazil's president may lead a 'walking dead administration'
The Supreme Federal Tribunal has opened an investigation into the accusation against Temer and lifted the seal on the recording. The scandal deepened as police searched the Rio de Janeiro home and Brasilia office of Senator Aecio Neves.

United States extends Iran nuclear sanctions relief but introduces new sanctions
Under the terms of the deal, Iran agreed to curb its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief. But for now, Trump seems to be abiding by the Iran deal.

Apple Watch 3 Could Work with New Glucose Tracker
It is claimed that Apple is now conducting feasibility tests for the medical gadget in the San Francisco Bay Area. The device is attached to the Apple Watch and is created to be worn by people who have diabetes, the report says.