http://a57.foxnews.com/images.foxnews.com/content/fox-news/world/2018/06/21/turkeys-erdogan-seeks-new-term-with-greater-powers/_jcr_content/par/featured-media/media-0.img.png/931/524/1529571204292.png

World

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan addresses his supporters during an election rally in Istanbul, Turkey June 23, 2018. The vote will be closely watched by the European Union - which Erdogan says he still wants Turkey to join despite the accession process grinding to a halt - and the United States which has seen no improvement in ties with its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally under Donald Trump.
  • Brexit: 'You are not alone', Juncker tells Irish government

    Brexit: 'You are not alone', Juncker tells Irish government

    World

    The Irish government issued a statement last night saying Mr Varadkar's meetings with the Scottish first minister and Welsh first minister will focus on the implications of Brexit . Addressing both houses of the Irish Parliament in Dublin, he said time was running out to find a solution to the border issue. "The UK gave the European Union back in December a guarantee there'd be no hard border on the island of Ireland.
  • U.S. Extends Sanctions Against North Korea, Citing 'Extraordinary Threat'

    U.S. Extends Sanctions Against North Korea, Citing 'Extraordinary Threat'

    World

    While American forensic technicians will probably be able to quickly determine if North Korea is attempting to pass off a dead animal as human remains, as they did with the British in 2011, full DNA identification of human remains from such a long time ago can take years, so there is reason for North Korea to think it could get away with surrendering bogus remains.
  • Explosion hits Ethiopia PM rally

    Explosion hits Ethiopia PM rally

    World

    He has served in the military, founded the country's Information Network and Security Agency, which is responsible for cyber-security in a country where the government exercises tight control over the internet, and then became the minister for science and technology.
  • Chaos in White House as officials debate migrant border crisis

    Chaos in White House as officials debate migrant border crisis

    World

    Dems are just playing games. House Republicans postponed a vote Thursday on an immigration bill after House leaders said they did not have enough support from their own party to pass the measure. One group representing 300 families said it had so far managed to locate only two children. The House Republican immigration effort is imperiled by stubborn differences between conservative and moderate factions - and by the president's running commentary about a bill he only ever half-heartedly ...
  • Safety driver involved in fatal self-driving Uber crash was watching Hulu

    World

    Those records showed that Vasquez was streaming " The Voice " on the night of the crash, and was watching it until 9:59pm local time. The newspaper received the more than 300-page report from Tempe police late Thursday. They added had she been paying attention to the road, they think she could have stopped the auto 42 feet before the fatal crash . Uber declined to comment on the report and its findings.
  • Trump's executive order leaves thousands of immigrant kids in limbo

    Trump's executive order leaves thousands of immigrant kids in limbo

    World

    The "zero tolerance" policy put into place last month moves adults to the custody of the US Marshals Service and sends many children to facilities run by the Department of Health and Human Services. Democratic lawmakers pressed for action. Trump's wife, Melania Trump, in private conversations with the president, urged him to do something to end the humanitarian crisis, a White House official said.
  • May defeats Brexit rebels, but divisions still reign

    May defeats Brexit rebels, but divisions still reign

    World

    Grieve subsequently withdrew his support from his own amendment at the last moment, accepting a government compromise and reassurance about respect for the power MPs held regarding accountability of the government. Six Tory MPs - Ken Clarke, Anna Soubry, Sarah Wollaston, Heidi Allen, Antoinette Sandbach and Phillip Lee - rebelled, while the government also had the backing of four Labour opposition MPs.
  • Trump Signs Executive Order on Immigration to Keep Families Together

    Trump Signs Executive Order on Immigration to Keep Families Together

    World

    It's also unclear what will happen to the children already separated. Representative Mark Meadows said Mr Trump told them they needed to get something done on immigration "right away". Former President Barack Obama joined the national conversation about the Trump administration's policy of separating immigrant children from their parents, writing Wednesday that the "cruelty" of such actions is un-American.
  • UK PM May calls US images of of migrant children ‘deeply disturbing’

    UK PM May calls US images of of migrant children ‘deeply disturbing’

    World

    The President's advance teams will be in the United Kingdom next week to sort out more details of the visit, st to be scheduled on Friday, July 13. She told MPs: "The pictures of children being held in what appear to be cages are deeply disturbing. This is wrong", May said. She also hinted that a direct discussion of the policy would come during Trump's visit to the UK.
  • Bowing to pressure, Trump signs order stopping family separation

    Bowing to pressure, Trump signs order stopping family separation

    World

    The last major surge of unaccompanied children was in 2014, when so many came at one time that the Border Patrol had to open temporary holding facilities and place kids in large cages without beds or blankets, much like it's doing today with kids who are split from their parents.
  • No gerrymander fix? Thanks for nothing, Supreme Court

    No gerrymander fix? Thanks for nothing, Supreme Court

    World

    The court handed a victory to Wisconsin Republicans who drew state electoral districts that helped entrench their party in power, voting 9-0 to throw out a lower court ruling that the districts deprived Democratic voters of their constitutional rights, including equal protection under the law.
  • Hundreds of United Methodist Clergy file church charges against Jeff Sessions

    Hundreds of United Methodist Clergy file church charges against Jeff Sessions

    World

    They accuse him of child abuse, immorality, racial discrimination and "dissemination of doctrines contrary to the established standards of doctrines" of the United Methodist Church. According to the letter, Sessions is a member of the Ashland Place United Methodist Church in Mobile, Ala., and a member of the Clarendon United Methodist Church in Alexandria, Va.
  • Migrants: UNHCR, record 68.5 mn forced to flee in 2017

    Migrants: UNHCR, record 68.5 mn forced to flee in 2017

    World

    Due to wars, violence and persecution, 68.5 million people were forced to flee their homes by the end of 2017 - a record high and a trend that has continued for five years. Turkey remained the world's leading refugee hosting country in terms of absolute numbers, with a population of 3.5 million refugees, mainly Syrians. "When so few asylum seekers are arriving Europe and the USA, we have the responsibility to increase our support to less rich countries that are now hosting a large number of ...
  • First lady Melania Trump visits detained immigrant children

    First lady Melania Trump visits detained immigrant children

    World

    The green, hooded military jacket had the words written graffiti-style on the back. Trump was wearing the jacket again when she returned to Washington and got off the plane. She visited a schoolroom at Upbring and chatted with about 20 young girls and boys who had school folders on their desks. In a Thursday afternoon tweet, the president agreed that there was a message, and said it was aimed at one of Trump's favorite targets, the " fake news media ".
  • President Donald Trump signs order to halt migrant family separations

    World

    James Madara writes in a letter . But he added that the policy "continues to be a zero tolerance ..." During the meeting, the AMA heard from delegates who said the administration's policy "will do great harm to children and their parents or caregivers, who felt compelled to make a risky and uncertain journey because of safety concerns in their own countries".
  • Yemeni officials say fighting rages around Hodeida airport

    Yemeni officials say fighting rages around Hodeida airport

    World

    Military sources say they have taken most of the airport, following heavy fighting with the rebels and thanks to air support from a Saudi-led alliance. No civilian casualties have yet been confirmed in the battle for Hodeida but at least 216 combatants have been killed in the week of fighting so far.
  • Williams: 5 Things To Know About XXXTentacion’s Alleged Murderer

    Williams: 5 Things To Know About XXXTentacion’s Alleged Murderer

    World

    An initial police investigation reportedly confirmed that two black males shot the rapper. Two days after the murder of XXXTentacion , Florida's Broward County police officials have made an arrest. Williams was arrested on several charges, including first-degree murder. Court records show that Williams has previously faced charges of grand theft auto, domestic violence, cocaine possession and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
  • South Korea, US to announce suspension of major military drills

    South Korea, US to announce suspension of major military drills

    World

    Yes, a "detailed plan" exists. "The leaders will exchange views on regional problems, first of all, on the situation on the Korean Peninsula". A Pentagon statement confirmed the suspension and added that there would be a meeting between the secretaries of defence and state as well as Trump's national security adviser on the issue this week.
  • Broward County deputies arrest suspect in death of XXXTentacion

    Broward County deputies arrest suspect in death of XXXTentacion

    World

    Police took 22-year-old Dedrick D. Williams into custody on Wednesday evening on suspicion of first-degree murder , both outlets reported , citing local police. "I was glad I didn't stay next to him because there was all that 4-wheeler noise going on down there". "The Soundcloud rap star scored a No. 1 album earlier this year with his disc, titled "?" as well as a top-10 song, "Sad!" But much of his brief career was mired in controversy.
  • Kim, Xi agree on resolution of key issues

    Kim, Xi agree on resolution of key issues

    World

    Mr. Kim and Mr. Xi assessed the historic meeting Mr. Kim had with U.S. President Donald Trump in Singapore last week and exchanged opinions on ways to resolve the issue of denuclearisation, Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said . The remains of some USA soldiers were last returned in 2007, when then-New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson visited Pyongyang. "North Korea could take part in bilateral [economic] cooperation between Russian Federation and South Korea should a peace regime ...
  • Melania Trump wears ‘I really don't care' jacket before visiting migrant children

    World

    One girl said she had been at the shelter for two months. The jacket worn while the first lady was getting on the plane is sold by Zara and retails for $39. Trump had said only Congress could fix the problem and he specifically pointed a finger at Democrats. Attorney General Jeff Sessions slammed critics who faulted the policy for dividing families who illegally cross the U.S.
  • Family separations will persist under Trump’s order

    Family separations will persist under Trump’s order

    World

    But a 1997 landmark settlement known as the Flores agreement that generally bars the government from keeping children in immigration detention for more than 20 days remains in place. Her official statement added: 'Her goals are to thank law enforcement and social services providers for their hard work, lend support and hear more on how the administration can build upon the already existing efforts to reunite children with their families'.
  • Pres. Trump holds rally in Duluth

    Pres. Trump holds rally in Duluth

    World

    Andy Harris, Maryland Republican, blamed Democrats, saying they should have been willing to vote for a bill that will legalize more than 1 million illegal immigrants. While economists wince and farmers brace for blowback, the crowd cheered when tariffs were mentioned on Wednesday. Trump brought Stauber to the stage and offered an enthusiastic endorsement.
  • Koko, the gorilla who mastered sign language, has died at 46

    Koko, the gorilla who mastered sign language, has died at 46

    World

    By 1979, Patterson had founded the Gorilla Foundation and moved it to the Santa Cruz Mountains. In 2004, Koko used American Sign Language to communicate that her mouth hurt and used a pain scale of 1 to 10 to show how badly it hurt, according to an AP news story.
  • French President Emmanuel Macron scolds teenager for calling him by nickname

    French President Emmanuel Macron scolds teenager for calling him by nickname

    World

    The teenager sang a line from socialist anthem "The Internationale" - apparently taking a dig at former investment banker Macron's business-generating policies - before breezing: "How's it going, Manu?" French president Emmanuel Macron was elected in a sweep of glory back in 2017 but his popularity has been on a steady decrease ever since then.
  • XXXTentacion Murder Suspect Arrested

    World

    He was booked on charges including first degree murder , probation violation for theft of a vehicle and driving without a valid license. Broward County investigators are zeroing in on a picture posted on Instagram by another Florida rapper, Soldier Kidd, in which he is shown with a gun on his waistband next to a plate of fried shrimp and french fries in his lap.
  • Trump announces he will sign an executive action to end family separation

    World

    What does the executive order say? The president says his administration is trying to balance rigorous enforcement of USA immigration laws and pursue its policy of maintaining family unity. "Reunification is always the ultimate goal of those entrusted with the care of [unaccompanied children], and the administration is working towards that for those [unaccompanied children] now in HHS custody".
  • No Signs Yet of North Korean Denuclearization

    No Signs Yet of North Korean Denuclearization

    World

    President Trump is continuing to hail his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a win for the United States, but says media coverage of the meeting is "almost treasonous". North Korea's news agency KCNA quoted Xi as saying relations between China and North Korea had entered a new stage of development. Over the course of this two-day visit, Kim and Xi exchanged vows of friendship and promises of economic cooperation, in a carefully choreographed display of amity that ...
  • Israel responds to explosive kites with Gaza strikes

    Israel responds to explosive kites with Gaza strikes

    World

    Guterres also warned that actions by Hamas and other militant groups not only risk Palestinian and Israeli lives but "efforts to restore dignity and the prospects of a livable future for Palestinians in Gaza". The territory has been controlled by Hamas for more than a decade, during which it has fought three wars against Israel. The IDF said that it treats the incident as terrorist acts and will continue to retaliate against such threats from the Gaza Strip against Israeli civilians.
  • Koko, the gorilla who knew sign language, dies at 46

    Koko, the gorilla who knew sign language, dies at 46

    World

    The western lowland gorilla was selected as an infant by animal psychologist Dr. Francine "Penny" Patterson , who developed a language research project created to teach a modified form of American Sign Language, known as "Gorilla Sign Language" or GSL.
  • 630 migrants rescued from the Mediterranean disembark in Spain

    630 migrants rescued from the Mediterranean disembark in Spain

    World

    Carmen Moreno, a doctor and Red Cross volunteer who helped look after the migrants after they disembarked, said they were "very excited and hopeful". After its rejection, Italy agreed to send its coast guard vessel Dattilo and the Orione naval ship to escort Aquarius to Spain. A migrant rescue boat turned away by Italy and Malta arrived at the Spanish port of Valencia on Sunday, ending a gruelling voyage which has made it a symbol of Europe's failure to agree on immigration.
  • TIME Magazine Cover Features President Trump with Sobbing Migrant Child

    TIME Magazine Cover Features President Trump with Sobbing Migrant Child

    World

    Children are being essentially kidnapped. And the separation from their parents is traumatic enough to be likened to torture . And you just know Trump will see that cover and love it, because it makes him look big and tall. border has held up a big, glaring mirror to America's moral character. "This one was tough for me". "I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated".
  • Trump Signs Order to End Family Separation Policy

    Trump Signs Order to End Family Separation Policy

    World

    The inaction sparked global outrage, including criticism from Pope Francis and opposition from world leaders. While the US President was vague in his pledge to "sign something", various US media reported an executive order had been drafted by Justice and Homeland Security to temporarily stop the controversial practice.
  • Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara Netanyahu charged with fraud

    Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara Netanyahu charged with fraud

    World

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife, Sara, has been indicted for aggregated fraud and breach of trust over the misuse of public funds at their official residence . In one case, the prime minister and his family are suspected of receiving one million shekels worth of luxury cigars, champagne and jewellery from wealthy individuals in exchange for financial or personal favours.
  • US House of Representatives to vote on immigration bill

    US House of Representatives to vote on immigration bill

    World

    Estimates put that number at about 2,300 children since zero tolerance began. That's just what he did. Bowing to pressure from the tech industry and politicians , President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he plans to stop the separation of immigrant families at the US-Mexico border.
  • June 21 will have longest daytime, shortest night of 2018

    June 21 will have longest daytime, shortest night of 2018

    World

    Revellers participate in the summer solstice gathering at Stonehenge , Salisbury (EPA/WILL OLIVER). On the first day of summer, the north pole is at its maximum tilt toward the sun, and the sun reaches its highest point in the sky all year, causing more light to reach the northern hemisphere.