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Britain has voted to leave the European Union in a referendum, with the result throwing into question the fate of the 28-nation bloc and several high-profile British politicians, including the prime minister. The official results were announced with Leave receiving 59,1 percent in Thursday's historic referendum.
Angrily lashing out at the bloc's treatment of Ankara, Mr Erdogan said Turkey could hold a referendum along the lines of the plebescite in Britain, where voters are deciding on Thursday (June 23) whether to stay in the European Union or leave. His comments were the first time the Turkish strongman had raised the prospect of holding a referendum on Turkey's EU bid. He had previously repeatedly insisted that full membership of the European Union was Turkey's strategic aim. "We can stand up and ask the people just like the British are doing," Mr Erdogan said late on Wednesday at a speech in Istanbul, quoted by the state-run Anadolu news agency. The EU might be more open to allowing Turkey into its club now that the UK is going its way because they need money from somewhere. But will Turkey want to join now?
The International Monetary Fund is downgrading its forecast for the U.S. economy this year and says America should raise the minimum wage to help the poor and offer paid maternity leave to encourage more women to work.
Iran Air has signed a historic $25 billion deal with the Chicago-based American multinational corporation Boeing, a move that has been welcomed by the US State Department as a business activity approved under the nuclear deal worked out between Iran and a US-led group of nations last year.
Back in 2002, Gamal Abdel-Hafiz was in the FBI, and refused to conduct a secret recording of a Muslim suspect. He said: "a Muslim doesn't record another Muslim." This was quite controversial at the time, and there were calls for him to be fired. But now the foxes own the henhouse, and he is advising the President on how to deal with the terror threat. That explains a great deal. Abdel-Hafiz should have been fired in 2002, immediately after demonstrating that his allegiance to Islam was greater than his allegiance to the United States. Instead, he is now in a greater position of influence than ever.
Issued moments ago on Trump's Facebook page, Trump saw an opportunity to piggyback on the UK's reformist momentum, saying its people have "Declared their independence from the European Union, and have voted to reassert control over their own politics, borders and economy." The statement goes on to say that a Trump administration would pledge to strengthen ties with Britain, and that come November, the American people would have the chance to re-declare their independence as well, while voting to reject today's rule by global elites.THE SUPREMES ARE SINGIN' AGAIN. SOME PRETTY, SOME NOT.
The Supreme Court ruling in Utah v Strieff awarded the police total freedom to stop any citizen, at any time, to do whatever they desire. The Supreme Court determined that the "poisonous fruit" of a police officer's stop of a citizen can be used against them at trial. This has wiped out, in reality, any constitutional protection you thought you had. This is a sad day for the United States, for the Supreme Court has officially created a full-blown police state and clearly has no intention of honoring why this nation began the entire American Revolution - to prevent illegal searches that allowed the king to look for anything he could use to prosecute citizens. The Supreme Court ruled that even though the officer had initially violated a person's rights (in other words, the Constitution) the officer's conduct was "at most negligent" and the result of "good-faith mistakes."
The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked President Obama's immigration executive actions, in a tie decision that delivers a win to states challenging his plan to give a deportation reprieve to millions of illegal immigrants. The justices' one-sentence opinion on Thursday marks a major setback for the administration, effectively killing the plan for the duration of Obama's presidency.
The two Muslim migrant boys from Sudan who were arrested last week on charges of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl in Idaho were released into the custody of their parents following a hearing Thursday afternoon, WND has learned. They were reportedly released from the Snake River Juvenile Detention Center in Twin Falls pending their next hearing. According to witnesses on the scene, the boys' families were seen smiling and hugging after the hearing ended shortly before 3 p.m. Thursday. "They were waving their arms to the heavens, smiling and throwing their arms around each other," an eyewitness outside the detention center told WND. "We're free! Free to go do it again!
Representatives of five religions met on Wednesday (22 June) at the headquarters of the Rio 2016 Organising Committee to work on details about the inter-religious centre that will be opened at the Olympic Village. "It's really good to see Rio de Janeiro as a welcoming place where religions understand each other," said cardinal Dom Orani Tempesta, archbishop of Rio de Janeiro, who was alongside Rio 2016 president Carlos Nuzman. Among the attendees, rabbi Elia Haber, buddhist monk Jyun Sho Yoshikawa, muslim theologist Jihad Hammadeh and Raga Bhumi Devi Dasi, pioneer of the Hare Krishna movement in Brazil. It is interesting that while the religious world is trying to unify, so are the Houses of Judah and Israel. See next article.
Based on what turned out to be a false complaint, a police officer barged into a church in Lahore, Pakistan last Sunday, verbally abusing the Christian worshippers and beating the lead pastor when the latter asked what he was doing inside the church.
This week, about 38,000 pupils across the United Kingdom will be required to take part in the first ever "School Diversity Week" to combat "homophobic bullying" in the classroom.
Historic flooding hit Greenbrier County, West Virginia Thursday, and authorities are looking for a toddler who went missing during the storms. Video taken by Amanda Carper along a flooded river in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. shows a burning home floating by. There was no word on whether anyone was in the home when it was swept away and caught fire.
The oceans are home to innumerable and diverse species of marine life. A new paper, published in Nature, suggests that the watery medium that nourishes and protects this life may also promote the spread of certain cancers, both within and across species.
Secretary of State John Kerry plans to make a last-ditch effort this weekend to convince Israel to restart stalled peace talks before President Barack Obama leaves office, CNN has learned. The bid, which will occur at a meeting Sunday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Rome, comes after Kerry's efforts to forge a peace deal have repeatedly been thwarted and Obama himself has suggested a resolution to the conflict isn't possible by the end of his term. Even as Kerry embarks on the effort, officials downplayed the chances it would lead to any breakthroughs.
Echoing anti-Semitic claims that led to the mass killings of European Jews in medieval times, President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority accused rabbis in Israel of calling on their government to poison the water used by Palestinians. He made the unsubstantiated allegation during a speech to the European Parliament on Thursday.
The security cabinet will convene on Wednesday to consider the reconciliation agreement with Turkey. A senior official in Jerusalem noted that, in the event that the negotiating teams bridge the remaining gaps toward an agreement when they meet on Sunday in Europe, the members of the security cabinet will also vote on approval of the agreement. The Sunday meeting in Europe will be attended on the Turkish side by Foreign Affairs Undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioglu, who conducted the negotiations with Israel on Turkey's behalf in recent years. On the Israeli side, the head of Israel's negotiating team, Joseph Ciechanover, who serves as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's envoy and has been involved in the matter since the beginning, will attend as will acting national security adviser Jacob Nagel. The purpose of the meeting is to conduct a final review of the draft of the agreement and to confirm that there is a consensus on all of its provisions.
The military wing of Hamas has taken a series of steps in an attempt to prevent senior organization figures from defecting to Israel in the future. At least four people in key positions defected during the past few months, most prominently Bassam Mahmoud Baraka from Khan Yunis who turned himself as well as his laptop computer over to the Israeli authorities. Under the new steps, those in "sensitive" positions are banned from approaching the zone next to the border fence. They are also monitored personally and electronically as well as subject to other unspecified means of deterrence, Arab media outlets in Gaza and London reported on Wednesday.
It was front-page news. The New York Times called the public rebellion "significant" because it was "coming from some recently retired generals who were involved in planning or execution of Iraq policy." (Never mind that several of the revolting generals-including Anthony Zinni-had opposed the Iraq war all along.) The "revolt," as it were, was overblown. It only included a half-dozen or so retired generals. But today, President Obama faces a much more significant rebellion, from career foreign service officers unhappy with his feckless policy in Syria. Call it the "revolt of the diplomats."
Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) jihadists repelled a Russian-backed Syrian regime offensive in the northern province of Raqqa, killing at least 40 troops loyal to dictator Bashar al-Assad, reports a monitoring group. The province is home to ISIS's de facto capital of Raqqa city, which is also the provincial capital.
The Obama administration is "not ruling out the possibility" of sending hundreds of additional troops to Iraq this fall to help train, advise and assist Iraqi forces as they get ready for a potential assault on Mosul, according to a senior U.S. official. And while officials won't publicly confirm it, there have been several meetings to begin to determine if more troops are needed for the upcoming battle for Iraq's second-largest city and what those troops might do to affect the battle.
The ongoing investigation of the June 21 suicide bombing by ISIS on the Jordan-Syria border, in which six Jordanian border guards were killed and 16 were wounded, has revealed the terrorist organization's sophisticated means of infiltration and attack. According to DEBKAfile's intelligence and counterterrorism sources, ISIS carried out the assault with a stolen Jordanian military vehicle.
Addressing parliament on the 75th anniversary of Nazi Germany's attack on the Soviet Union, Putin berated the West for being unwilling to build "a modern, non-bloc collective security system" with Russia. "Russia is open to discuss this crucial issue and has more than once shown its readiness for dialogue," he said. "But, just as it happened on the eve of World War Two, we do not see a positive reaction in response." "On the contrary, NATO is strengthening its aggressive rhetoric and its aggressive actions near our borders. In these conditions, we are duty-bound to pay special attention to solving the task of strengthening the combat readiness of our country."