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Turkey’s prime minister says the Syrian crisis will be high on the agenda when he meets US President Barack Obama at the White House on Thursday.
Ankara has thrown its weight behind the uprising against the Syrian regime.
“Of course, the Syria issue will be on the table, and it will be a top priority. We will discuss what we can do in the future and what steps we can take,” said Tayyip Erdogan.
He played down suggestions that a revival of talks in Geneva, which aimed to create a transitional government for Syria, would bear results.
“There are some political steps which need to be taken. However, the steps that were taken through the Geneva agreement did not bring a successful result,” he continued.
The meeting in America comes days after two car bombs tore through the Turkish border town of Reyhanli, killing 51 people.
Ankara blamed Saturday’s attack on a group with direct links to the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. It was the deadliest spillover of violence yet.
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The US Justice Department has come out in defence of its actions to seize phone records of The Associated Press.
The seizure is believed to be linked to an investigation into whether one of the press agency’s stories about a thwarted terror plot in Yemen was based on leaked classified information.
“It is within the top two or three most serious leaks that I’ve ever seen. It put the American people at risk and that is not hyperbole. It put the American people at risk and trying to determine who was responsible for that I think required very aggressive action,” said Eric Holder, US Attorney General.
The Associated Press condemned the scope of the intrusion as an infringement on media freedom. Normally the media are notified in advance of all seizures but the AP says they were told after the fact.
The White House said that President Barack Obama was not privy to the justice department’s actions in the matter.
Jay Carney, White House spokesman, added: “He is also mindful of the need for secret and classified information to remain secret and classified in order to protect our national security interests. So there is a careful balance here that must be attained.”
The incident has caused a furore in the US and commentators are questioning whether Obama is striking the right balance between protecting the nation and invasion of privacy.
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Steven T. Miller, who at the time was the deputy commissioner of the IRS, wrote to a member of Congress to explain the application process for political organizations, according to the Associated Press. He avoided, either intentionally or because of an ongoing investigation into the agency’s activities, mentioning that Tea Party groups had been at least partially correct in asserting they were being stymied in seeking tax exempt status. The government’s tax collection arm apologized on Friday for its “inappropriate” targeting of Tea Party finances, including requesting a list of donors contributing to the group’s anti-government cause. Lori Lerner, the IRS division head of tax-exempt organizations, blamed the error on “low-level workers” in Cincinnati, Ohio, adding that no IRS leadership was privy to the wrongdoing. It is not known whether the IRS requested a list of donors from Tea Party groups because of the known presence of major financial backers. Among those funding the Tea Party was Americans for Prosperity, the right-wing advocacy group favored by the billionaire Koch brothers. Rep. Charles Boustany, a Louisiana Republican, wrote to Miller on June 15, 2012 specifically mentioning the Tea Party in a list of groups that have complained of IRS harassment. Miller responded by saying that because of the upcoming election the IRS was processing an influx of tax-exempt requests but was taking “steps to coordinate the handling of the case to ensure consistency.”Miller, as quoted by the AP, never mentions that he was aware of an investigation into the Tea Party screening. He added that IRS agents were working with tax attorneys “to develop approaches and materials that could be helpful to the agents working the cases.” Rep. David Camp (R-Michigan), the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, has scheduled a hearing for Friday, at which Miller is scheduled to testify. “They repeatedly failed to disclose and be truthful about what they were doing,” Camp said. “They really failed to disclose to us what they were up to, even though we obviously had a concern that they were targeting taxpayers for their political beliefs. Given all of that attention, that had an obligation and duty to come forward with this information.” Lois Lerner learned on June 29, 2011 that screenings were taking place, according to a draft of a Treasury Department report acquired by the IRS. She was told that groups that used “Tea Party,” “Patriot,” and “9/12 Project” in their applications were flagged. Lerner instructed agents to change the flagging criteria “immediately.” …