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Oil Retained Friday’s Gains after Failed Military Coup in Turkey and Continued Supply

Oil Retained Friday’s Gains after Failed Military Coup in Turkey and Continued S

Brent maintained its gains during the weekend after the failed attempt of a military coup in Turkey, which is a major route for crude from Russia and Iraq while being shipped through the Mediterranean Sea.

Futures did not note much change in London after rising 0.5 percent on Friday.

An Airbus Jumbo Jet Sunk in the Aegean Sea in Effort to Create Artificial Reef

An Airbus Jumbo Jet Sunk in the Aegean Sea in Effort to Create Artificial Reef

A jumbo jet that was actually designed to carry travelers up in the sky will now be sunk deep under the sea as an artificial reef to attract fish and tourists to Turkey.

G20 Leaders Launch W20 in Ankara to Empower Women Globally

G20 Leaders Launch W20 in Ankara to Empower Women Globally

The G20, which began as a meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of the leading twenty economies of the world in 1999. It was created mainly as an aftermath of the Asian financial crisis to make more coordinated decisions.

Google says its free DNS service is being intercepted by Turkish ISPs

Google says its free DNS service is being intercepted by Turkish ISPs

Internet search giant Google has recently claimed in an official post on its Online Security Blog that most of the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Turkey have intercepted the company's free DNS (Domain Name System) service.

This Christmas, many will not be eating Turkey

This Christmas, many will not be eating Turkey

Vegetarians are observed on the uncommon events when anybody considers them whatsoever as being at the Taliban end of the nourishment range. Dreary, fanatical, and a touch furious.

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