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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Turkey's ruling party under fire for anti-Syria stance

People of the region must be careful of a sectarian war that could spread throughout the region -- these comments came from Turkish President Abdullah Gul while he was meeting with his Tunisian counterpart. Gul was referring to the Syrian crisis which has claimed more than 70,000 lives and has created turbulence in neighboring countries such as Iraq, Lebanon and Turkey.

Although Turkish President Abdullah Gul warned the region against a full-fledged sectarian war, many believe him and his ruling AK party are the ones fueling the sectarian flame. Ankara is accused of serving the interests of Israel and the U.S, by giving the utmost facilitation to the Al Qaeda-linked militants currently fighting the Syrian government forces.

Abdullah Gul’s comments however have come under scrutiny by the country’s main opposition parties. CHP MP Hassan Akgol says the EU’s decision was contradictory.

Meanwhile Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmad Davoudoglu is attending talks being held in Istanbul between the foreign-backed opposition known as the Syrian National Council. There are also representatives from Qatar and Saudi Arabia. The council has so far not been able to make a decision on reshuffling of its chief or the US -Russia backed Geneva 2 talks. Analysts believe there are growing divisions inside the council as Qatar and Saudi Arabia are engaged in a power struggle.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

More details linked to disgraced UK TV star unveiled

Britain’s West Yorkshire police have faced further questioning over its part in the sex abuse scandal involving former TV star and paedophile Jimmy Savile as it was forced to reveal more details about past incidences.


It was revealed last week in a report that police officers had identified 68 victims of Savile in the West Yorkshire area, the youngest of whom was just five years-old.

Due to repeated enquiries from various newspapers and media organisations, the force has now issued a further statement confirming the extent of Savile’s sex offenses and where it took place.

This comes as critics are questioning why details were not published in the original report and are now just unfolding.

In the recent statement, a spokesman for the force pointed out that “the main location of these offences was Leeds General Infirmary with complaints from 23 victims, ranging from aged five to 34.”

West Yorkshire police has faced strong criticism over the closeness of the connection some of its former officers had with Savile during the years when his sex offending was at its worst.

Last month, a former Metropolitan police commander suggested that Savile may have abused 1,350 victims, which is three times the number of victims who have come forward so far in a sex offence probe.