ISTANBUL (Reuters) - The U.S. court that sentenced a Turkish banker to 32 months in prison over his part in a scheme to help Iran evade U.S. sanctions violated the law and the trial was political, Turkish government spokesman Bekir Bozdag said on Thursday.


00


Reuters

Latest News

Daily Mail: `Our season starts today´ - Warnock issues rallying cry...

Daily Mail: Soccer-Lamela goal edges Spurs to derby win at West Ham

Daily Mail: Boy, six, dies after he was struck by a Vaxuhall Astra in Luton as police arrest one

Daily Mail: Portsmouth stretch their lead at the top of League One with victory

Daily Mail: Erik Lamela is showing signs of being man Spurs thought they'd signed

Reuters: Brazil’s Bolsonaro says he can keep central bank chief Goldfajn in the job

Jpost: When a blinding echo chamber stifles diversity of thought

Haaretz: Israeli athlete wins gold in European kickboxing championship

NewYorkTimes: Fact Check: Did Democrats, or George Soros, Fund Migrant Caravan? Despite Republican Claims, No

CNN: Trump, the Saudis, and America's disastrous 'enemy of my enemy is my friend' strategy

CBC: Hundreds of thousands march in London demanding vote on Brexit terms

Wall Street Journal: Lawmakers Push Trump on Saudi Account of Khashoggi Killing

Daily Mail: Former Dutch prime minister, Wim Kok, dies at 80

Daily Mail: Jags place OT Richardson on IR, activate RB Hyde

Daily Mail: Breast cancer survivor who had double mastectomy hung 'No Breastfeeding Zone' sign during labor

Daily Mail: How seafarers have braved the Atlantic

Daily Mail: Gulbis beats Isner to reach Stockholm Open final

CTV News: Prince Harry opens Invictus Games after storm delays

FOX: GOP bails on Colorado incumbent, bets on 'superstar' newcomer in Florida instead

FOX: Keith Urban gives private hospital concert to sick fan

FOX: Dear Abby slammed for ‘racist advice’

FOX: Former Dutch Prime Minister Wim Kok dies at 80

FOX: Swedish student who refused to sit down on flight in effort to stop man’s deportation to Afghanistan is indicted

13 Related Articles, between 2018-05-17 and 2018-05-16