U.S. actions regarding pastor Brunson disrespectful to Turkey: Erdogan

U.S. actions regarding pastor Brunson disrespectful to Turkey: ErdoganSteps taken by the United States about pastor Andrew Brunson were not suitable for a strategic partner and were disrespectful to Turkey, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday. Washington this week imposed sanctions on two Turkish ministers over the case of Andrew Brunson, a U.S. pastor on trial in Turkey accused of backing terrorism. Speaking to the women’s wing of his AK Party, Erdogan said he gave orders for assets in Turkey belonging to the U.S. interior and justice ministers to be frozen “if they have any”.


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U.S. actions regarding pastor Brunson disrespectful to Turkey: Erdogan

U.S. actions regarding pastor Brunson disrespectful to Turkey: ErdoganSteps taken by the United States about pastor Andrew Brunson were not suitable for a strategic partner and were disrespectful to Turkey, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday. Washington this week imposed sanctions on two Turkish ministers over the case of Andrew Brunson, a U.S. pastor on trial in Turkey accused of backing terrorism. Speaking to the women’s wing of his AK Party, Erdogan said he gave orders for assets in Turkey belonging to the U.S. interior and justice ministers to be frozen “if they have any”.


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Croatia captain takes parting shot at 'disrespectful' England

  1. Croatia captain takes parting shot at ‘disrespectful’ England  Yahoo Sports
  2. GOAL Mario Mandzukic! Croatia 2-1 England  SB Nation
  3. World Cup 2018: Despair as England lose semi-final  BBC News
  4. Henry Wismayer World Cup 2018: England vs. Croatia semifinal unites fans amid growing Brexit chaos and confusion  NBCNews.com
  5. Croatia Digs Deeper, Burying England’s World Cup Dreams  New York Times
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Philippines slams U.N. rights chief for 'disrespectful' remarks about Duterte

Philippines slams U.N. rights chief for 'disrespectful' remarks about DuterteThe Philippine foreign minister hit back on Saturday at the United Nations’ human rights chief for issuing “irresponsible and disrespectful” comments about President Rodrigo Duterte, warning such remarks could set a dangerous precedent. Duterte’s attacks against U.N. human rights activists suggest he needs to see a psychiatrist, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein told a news conference on Friday. Zeid’s comments came after the Philippine justice ministry filed a petition in a Manila court seeking the declaration of more than 600 alleged communist guerrillas, including a U.N. special rapporteur, as “terrorists”, a development first reported by Reuters.


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