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U.S. Polo Assn. Delivers Record Results, Reaching Nearly $2 Billion in Retail Sales

News-Press Now 29 Jun 2022
store expansion being the remodel of the brand's global flagship locations in both New York's Times Square and the five-story location on Istiklal Street in Istanbul, Turkey, and new store openings in strategic worldwide locations such as the Express Avenue Mall in Chennai, ...
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Yated Ne'eman 29 Jun 2022
Lapid Hoping for a Quick Dissolve ... There are two basic options ... The Committee Game ... An Israeli family was suddenly approached by Israeli intelligence officers on the street in Istanbul and was whisked off to the airport and sent directly home to Israel; the tourists weren’t even given the chance to return to their hotel to collect their belongings ... .
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Turkey: 372 protesters arrested during Pride march; released later

The Siasat Daily 28 Jun 2022
Turkish authorities on Monday released 373 people they had arrested a day before on the sidelines of an LGBTQ Pride march in Istanbul ... On Sunday, hundreds of people gathered on the streets adjacent to Taksim Square in central Istanbul, despite the city governor’s decision to ban it, and raised rainbow flags symbolizing LGBTQ.
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Turkey: 373 protesters arrested during Pride march; released later

The Siasat Daily 28 Jun 2022
Turkish authorities on Monday released 373 people they had arrested a day before on the sidelines of an LGBTQ Pride march in Istanbul ... On Sunday, hundreds of people gathered on the streets adjacent to Taksim Square in central Istanbul, despite the city governor’s decision to ban it, and raised rainbow flags symbolizing LGBTQ.
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Turkey Pride crackdowns only strengthen LGBTQ resistance

Washington Blade 28 Jun 2022
The echoing sounds of the steps for solidarity in the cobblestone streets of İstanbul, ... This constitutes a first, since the Istanbul Pride arrests constituted the ... Thanks to you, the cobblestones of Istanbul and every street in Turkey echoed with the steps of LGBTQI+ solidarity.
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Turkish police arrest hundreds over banned Pride parade

Washington Blade 28 Jun 2022
Hundreds of LGBTQ people, allies and supporters took to the streets of Istanbul Sunday in defiance of the country’s government’s ongoing 2014 ban of Pride parades and Pride Month festivities ... 373 people were taken into custody in Istanbul on June 26.
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Turkey Frees 373 Detained at Banned Istanbul Pride March

Balkan Insight 27 Jun 2022
Hundreds of people arrested for taking part in a banned Pride March in Istanbul on Sunday have been released after a night in detention ... However, this did not stop LGBT+ activists from marching in Istanbul’s 20th Pride Parade ... We will not go back from this road,” the activists chanted as they marched towards Istanbul’s inconic Istiklal Street.
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Police release 400 arrested at Istanbul Pride march

Taipei Times 27 Jun 2022
AP, ISTANBUL. Turkish police have released all of the nearly 400 people detained during a banned Pride march in Istanbul, organizers said yesterday ... The detention began even before the banned rally’s start, with riot police raiding cafes and streets in a scenic district of Istanbul near Taksim Square, where the event was to be held, reporters said.
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LGBTQ activists detained during Istanbul Pride march being released

Belfast Telegraph 27 Jun 2022
Istanbul’s LGBTQ Pride organisers have said more than 360 people were detained by police on Sunday following a ban on all Pride events ... District governors in the two popular Istanbul districts of Beyoglu and Kadikoy outlawed all LGBTQ events last week, saying the ban would ensure safety, peace and prevent crime.
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Supreme Court rules for inmates seeking reduced prison terms

Springfield News-Sun 27 Jun 2022
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court made it easier Monday for certain prison inmates to seek shorter sentences under a bipartisan 2018 federal law aimed at reducing racial disparities in prison terms for cocaine crimes ... In Other News. 1 ... Detained LGBTQ activists in Istanbul Pride being released ... Stocks fall on Wall Street, cool off after winning week.
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Queen Elizabeth II travels to Scotland for week of events

Springfield News-Sun 27 Jun 2022
LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II traveled to her official residence in Scotland on Monday to open a week of traditional events, starting with an ancient ceremony at the Palace of Holyroodhouse ... armed forces ... ___ ... Caption ... Credit ... Credit ... 1 ... 2 ... Detained LGBTQ activists in Istanbul Pride being released ... Stocks fall on Wall Street, cool off after winning week.
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Supreme Court sides with coach who sought to pray after game

Springfield News-Sun 27 Jun 2022
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Monday sided with a football coach from Washington state who sought to kneel and pray on the field after games ... The justices said the coach's prayer was protected by the First Amendment ... Caption ... 1 ... 2 ... Detained LGBTQ activists in Istanbul Pride being released ... Stocks fall on Wall Street, cool off after winning week.
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Wimbledon updates | Riske and Jabeur reach 2nd round

Springfield News-Sun 27 Jun 2022
WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — The Latest from Wimbledon (all times local).. 2.20 p.m. Alison Riske became the first player to reach the second round at Wimbledon ... ___. 11.45 a.m ... and play on 15 courts was suspended. Centre Court and No ... ___ ... ___ ... 1 ... Detained LGBTQ activists in Istanbul Pride being released ... Stocks fall on Wall Street, cool off after winning week.
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Mystery over deaths of 21 teenagers at S African nightclub

Springfield News-Sun 27 Jun 2022
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — South African authorities were seeking answers Monday after 21 underage teenagers reportedly celebrating the end of school exams died in a mysterious incident at a nightclub ... Police spokeswoman Col ... Caption ... Detained LGBTQ activists in Istanbul Pride being released ... Stocks fall on Wall Street, cool off after winning week.
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US basketball star Griner appears in Russian court

Springfield News-Sun 27 Jun 2022
MOSCOW (AP) — More than four months after she was arrested at a Moscow airport for cannabis possession, a Russian court has set the start date of the criminal trial of U.S. basketball star Brittney Griner for July 1 ... U.S ... Caption ... Credit ... 1 ... Detained LGBTQ activists in Istanbul Pride being released ... Stocks fall on Wall Street, cool off after winning week.

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