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Mulvaney is currently facing criminal charges in relation to his alleged involvement in an email account spread by the National Security Agency and the GCHQ in the Clinton email scandal. His office is also investigating Russia’s election hacking attacks into the Republican National Committee.<|endoftext|>It’s been five years since we opened our doors and every other business opened for the first time, and our first customer is in the form of a family member or acquaintance.
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Turkey is the first European country to fly an airbase over the Mediterranean coast, Turkey’s new government said.
At a news conference, Davutoglu said it would also allow a new airport to be built on the peninsula.
“We would like to build one,” Davutoglu said.
“When the government wants to build an airbase, it would be in accordance with the constitution,” he added.
Turkey launched a military coup in July 2013, accusing Erdogan of a coup attempt.
In 2016 President Erdogan sacked Erdogan and his supporters over the state of emergency put on suspended parliament.
The military puts the constitutional rights of its citizens under control of the government, it says.
Image copyright Reuters Image caption Air bases are open across Turkish territory
Turkish authorities have said they plan to build the new airport within the next three years and to end an era of “disruption”.
They have also told Ankara that it would be under military occupation by rebels operating inside Syria.
They also announced that they had closed down 50 Turkish missions and gave 30 days extension to their operations.
Erdogan says the airport is under the control of opposition groups, it is run in accordance with Turkey’s constitution.
A Turkish defence ministry official later told the BBC that the government was under threat of military takeover by a group called the Hurriyet.
Image copyright AFP Image caption A general view of the base of an airbase over Turkey’s east flank
Image copyright AFP Image caption A helicopter flies overhead and is seen watching the fighting unfold
Image caption Turkey’s airport is in accordance with Turkey’s legal constitution
The airport opened two years ago, when President Erdogan imposed an emergency decree in 2017, banning the service of jets flying as part of the emergency order, as well as the defence ministry.
Erdogan says that is the last time the security ministry would close the airbase. He says the airlift will be a short duration.
Davutoglu says the new airport will be part of an international initiative to tackle a coup attempt that took place earlier this week in Istanbul.
But he says that is the only possibility.
A new airport comes despite protests from supporters of coup attempt
The president said he was confident the security forces would not go into Syria, where rebels from the Free Syrian Army (FSA and the Free Syrian Army have been operating for three years and now backed by Russia.
“We will not go into Syria in order to protect our future. We will see to it that there will be chaos and chaos in the region,” he told a news conference in Ankara.
“I have no doubt that the Turkish authorities of today will remain a longterm strategic partner,” he added.
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