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Nearly 5,000 academics dismissed since coup attempt: Turkish opposition
Turkey's main opposition party says nearly 5,000 academics have been sacked by the government since last summer’s failed coup.
Over 300 Turkish navy personnel suspended, dismissed
The Turkish Defense Ministry has suspended and dismissed scores of naval officers as part of the government’s crackdown on people suspected of affiliation to the movement of US-based cleric, Fethullah Gulen, whom Ankara accuses of having masterminded the failed coup of July 15.
UN rights report politically-motivated, biased: Iran
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has dismissed as “politically-motivated” a recent report by the United Nations special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic.
Hamas dismissed Egypt’s accusations of assassinating top prosecutor
Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has strongly rejected Egypt’s accusations that the movement was behind the last year’s assassination of the country’s top prosecutor, calling them as “baseless”.
US cops dismissed over killing 2 African Americans with 137 bullets
US officials have fired six police officers who were involved in a 137-shot barrage that killed two unarmed African Americans in 2012.
Nearly 60,000 to be dismissed form US Army over budget constraints
The United States Army is poised to lay off nearly 60,000 of its staffers over the next two years to save money, a report said.
Ex-administration's claims against Zarif dismissed
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has criticized the former administration for accusing incumbent Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif of disseminating false reports on Tehran’s nuclear program.
Claims of cooperation with Israel on CTBT dismissed
An Iranian Foreign Ministry official dismissed as an "evident instance of distorting the realities" a Reuters report claiming that Iran and Israel have cooperated in nuclear test detection drills in Jordan.

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