Damian Paletta, The Washington Post Published 1:45 pm PST, Tuesday, November 20, 2018 Turkey feathers line the road in front of a 675,000-square-foot Butterball facility where 17 million turkeys are processed each year at the world's largest turkey-processing plant located in Mount Olive, N.C. Turkey feathers line the road in front of a 675,000-square-foot Butterball facility where 17 million turkeys are processed each year at the world's largest turkey-processing plant located in Mount Olive, N.C. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson Photo: Washington Post Photo By Michael S. Williamson Image 1 of / 17 Caption Close Image 1 of 17 Turkey feathers line the road in front of a 675,000-square-foot Butterball facility where 17 million turkeys are processed each year … [Read more...] about Haitian immigrants revived America’s turkey town. This Thanksgiving together might be their last.
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By Alix Martichoux, SFGATE Updated 4:00 am PDT, Thursday, November 1, 2018 "I still use the loophole of jumping on a shuttle bus out of LAX to a parking garage (or hotel) and then calling an Uber/Lyft from there to avoid the airport prices. Brings the ride home down to $10 from $40." —spacerock_rider less "I still use the loophole of jumping on a shuttle bus out of LAX to a parking garage (or hotel) and then calling an Uber/Lyft from there to avoid the airport prices. Brings the ride home down to $10 from $40." ... more Photo: Erlon Silva - TRI Digital/Getty Images "My dad figured out a good one back in the 80s. Just like they do now, back then cable companies would give you a free weekend trial of a premium channel (HBO, Cinemax, etc.) in an effort to get more people to sign up for those channels and pay more. However, our cable company's method of giving you access to the special channel was to send … [Read more...] about Redditors share the sneakiest loopholes that saved them time and money
The government of Malaysia confirmed on Thursday the release of 11 Uighur refugees who entered the country illegally after breaking out of a Thai immigrant detention center, allowing them to travel to Turkey as they had requested. The Uighur refugees originally came from China, where the ethnic minority makes its home. The Uighurs are a Turkic people who speak a Turkic language, Uighur, are predominantly Muslim, and have few ties to the majority Han people of China. As a result, the ruling Communist Party in Beijing has launched an elaborate crackdown program in Xinjiang province, where most Uighurs live, which bans children from mosques and forces Uighurs believed to be insufficiently integrated in Han society to undergo “ideological training” in internment camps.The Malaysian government confirmed this year that China demanded that Kuala Lumpur return the 11 refugees to the country. Malaysia’s refusal is the latest in a series of acts by the government of recently … [Read more...] about Malaysia Sends 11 Uighur Refugees to Turkey, Rejecting Chinese Calls for Extradition
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish prosecutors ordered the detention of 417 suspects in a money laundering investigation over the transfer of some 2.5 billion lira (321.95 million pounds)to bank accounts abroad, broadcaster CNN Turk said on Tuesday. Istanbul police teams launched simultaneous raids across a series of provinces and detained many people, also carrying out searches of properties, the broadcaster said. Police and judicial authorities were not immediately available to comment on the report, which was also carried by other Turkish media. The investigation was aimed at those who "targeted the economic and financial security of the Turkish Republic", it said. It said the suspects had received commission for sending the money to 28,088 accounts abroad and that the accounts abroad belonged to Iranians in the United States. ($1 = 5.9626 liras) (Reporting by Daren Butler; Editing by Ece Toksabay) … [Read more...] about Turkey orders arrest of 417 suspects in money laundering probe
By Thomas Escritt BERLIN (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan, on the eve of a visit to Germany, urged it to designate as a terrorist organisation the Fethullah Gulen movement, which Turkey blames for a 2016 coup attempt. Germany has previously rejected this request, saying it needs more proof linking the network of supporters of the U.S.-based cleric, which Turkey labels the Gulenist Terrorist Organisation (FETO), to the failed attempt to overthrow the Turkish government. "Our primary expectation from the federal republic (of Germany) is that it recognise FETO as responsible for the attempted putsch, just as Britain did," Erdogan wrote on Wednesday on the website of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper. Relations between Ankara and Berlin have been badly strained by a crackdown in Turkey after the failed coup in which dozens of Germans were imprisoned. "We are pursuing the goal of increasing our trade and economic ties," Erdogan wrote. "For the sake of prosperity and the … [Read more...] about Turkey’s Erdogan calls on Germany to list Gulen group as terrorist