Graham Fuller, an ex-CIA analyst, says he was speaking to a group of 100 people in Canada on the night of July 15. An Istanbul court issued a warrant for his arrest on Friday for ties to Fetullah Gulen's group.
US authorities have arrested Turkish businessman Reza Zarrab and a banker Mehmet Hakan Atilla on charges of conspiring to evade US sanctions against Iran.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the disrespectful behaviour of NATO cannot be covered over with a simple apology after his name, along with the name of Turkey's founding president, was included in an enemy list during a training exercise.
Turkey has been in a state of emergency since a failed coup attempt in July last year.
Spain's King Felipe VI says Catalan leaders have shown "an unacceptable disloyalty towards the powers of the state." Catalonia's president says region to declare independence in a matter of days.
The mandate was first approved by parliament in October 2014 and has been renewed every year, allowing military action in Turkey's two southern neighbours against Daesh and other groups deemed by Ankara to be terror organisations.
Rajoy appeared as a witness in a long-running graft trial that has rocked his conservative People's Party and hurt him at the ballot box. He denied any knowledge of an illegal financing scheme within his party during the trial.
Several thousand people took to the streets of Turkey's two biggest cities on Thursday to protest against a 25-year prison sentence handed down to an opposition lawmaker on spying charges.
Austria's unhappy "grand coalition" between Kern's centre-left Social Democrats (SPO) and the centre-right People's Party (OVP) has been shattered by the ambitious young foreign minister, who is poised to take over the main conservative party.
Final results released by the High Electoral board show the "Yes" campaign received 51.41 percent of the votes, while the "No" votes garnered 48.59 percent.
Council of State - the highest administrative court - in capital Ankara rejected People's Party's (CHP) appeal that challenged the results of the April 16 referendum allowing transition from current parliamentarian system to a presidential one.
Turkey's cabinet accepts advice of National Security Council to extend the state of emergency that has been in place since a coup attempt last July by three more months.
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