Family members of U.S. Embassy employees in Ankara may leave Turkey under a voluntary departure authorization announced Tuesday by the U.S. State Department in the wake of the turmoil following a failed military coup.
U.S. military commanders in Europe are tightening security in the wake of terrorist attacks on the Continent but so far see no reason to change rules allowing families to accompany servicemembers on permanent assignments there, the top U.S. officer said Monday.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper’s skepticism about Jabhat al-Nusra is matched by his wariness of collaborating with Russia in strikes against the group, an approach Obama has tentatively approved.
The annual A.C.E. Volleyball Club camp for high school volleyball players will be held August 14 through 19 at Vilseck High School in Vilseck, Germany. Online registration is open for the camp at www.acevbc.com; cost is $195 including breakfast, or $175 without breakfast. Players entering grades 8 through 12 are eligible for the camp.