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Turkish opposition leader ordered to pay Erdogan 52 thousand dollars

A Turkish court ordered the leader of the main opposition Republican people's party of Turkey (CHP) Kemal kılıçdaroğlu to pay 359 thousand Turkish liras (about 52 thousand dollars) to the President of Turkey Tayyip Erdogan and his relatives, which the opposition previously accused of financial fraud in the offshore, transmits television channel NTV.

In November 2017, kılıçdaroğlu stated that it has documents showing that the relatives of Erdogan was transferred to 2011-2012 millions of dollars in an offshore company in the Isle of man.

The UK will lift the quarantine for arriving from a number of countries

Britain will soon begin to ease restrictions for entering the country from abroad, a complete list of countries, upon arrival of which will not have to spend two weeks in quarantine, will be published this week, said transferred to the RIA Novosti news Agency the statement of the head of the Ministry of transport Grant Shapps.

Since June 8, coming to the UK from abroad have to spend two weeks in quarantine. Exceptions are only for those coming from Ireland, with the Isle of man and the channel Islands and the medics coming to help colleagues in the fight against COVID-19, who works in the field of transport, as well as foreign officials.