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|ANKARA Authentic Joe Namath Jersey , April 1 (xinhua) -- Fifteen players were given the red card and sent off the pitch for involvment in a brawl during a Turkish amateur league match in Manisa, Turkey on March 29, local media reported.
In the 89th minute of the game between Yagcilar and Hamzabeyli, a brawl broke out among the players after a foul. The players first argued with each other before the quarrel escalated into fisticuffs.
Referee Yasin Saygili brandished 15 players red cards - seven to Yagcilar players and eight to Hamzabeyli players - before abandoning the game.
Yagcilar was leading the match 1-0 before the fracas began.
Sydney offers so much as a holiday destination that some visitors feel there's no time to see it all. Other holiday makers are so beguiled with the harbour and its icons, they never move out of the downtown area. But to truly come to grips with this wonderful city of Sydney, you need toCs. Here's the scoop on three side trips to the suburbs of Manly, Watson's Bay and Parramatta.
The seaside suburb of Manly lies seven miles north of downtown Sydney. Other than its 18 beaches, this charming suburb offers an array of tourist delights including an art gallery and Oceanworld, which displays all manner of local sea creatures including Barrier Reef fish and giant sharks.
Manly is the perfect spot for beach and water sports including beach volleyball, swimming, sea-kayaking, sailing, scuba-diving, and surfing. There's also a varied wining and dining scene with a host of bars, cafes and restaurants.
Another great day trip from Sydney is to Watson's Bay, the most northerly of Sydney's eastern suburbs. You can get there on the ferry from Wharf Number 4 at Circular Quay. It's a scenic run past the beautiful harbourside suburbs with the homes of the rich and famous. Watson's Bay is wedged between the Pacific Ocean and Sydney Harbour and has the relaxed ambiance of a fishing village.
Watson's Bay is a relaxing place with cliffs and hidden beaches, including one legal nude beach. You can take a stroll around the harbour and visit the historic lighthouse.
You'll find a number of eateries near the ferry landing including some up market restaurants such as Doyle's Restaurant which specialises in seafood, and a fish 'n' chip shop. The beach and the fronting the harbour make fine picnic locations.
You can take a walk to see The Gap, the infamous Sydney suicide spot. There are dramatic views in all directions here and it's a good place for taking photographs. If you fancy a swim, you can take a 1-minute stroll to Camp Cove, a secluded beach with clear water. Take the ferry back to town at sunset to view even more of Sydney Harbour's many facets.
Finally, you can get a whole new view of Sydney by taking the Rivercat 14 miles to the western suburb of Parramatta. This is a ferry from Circular Quay and whisks you on a 40-minute trip up the river past fascinating vistas of Mangrove wet-lands.
Colloquially known as 'Parra', Parramatta dates back to the founding of Sydney when it became the new colony's agricultural centre. As such the area is full of colonial history with many impressive old buildings such as Old Government House and Elizabeth Farm.
Today's Parramatta has a vibrant cafe culture concentrated in the main thoroughfare of Church Street. It's also a great place to sip a quiet drink on the river and admire the water birds.
Sydney has many more suburbs all well-worth a visit. So make your base in downtown Sydney and visit them all at your leisure. You'll find a wide range of Sydney city hotels to choose from, including the Great Southern Hotel Sydney and the Citigate Central Sydney.
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Richard Greaves has over 20 years experience in the travel industry and writes for Cheaper than Hotels. Cheaper Than Hotels offers Sydney City hotels as Great Southern Hotel Sydney and Citigate Central Sydney.
The top Democrat on the House intelligence committee says a vote earlier this week to release a classified memo to the public is invalid because Republicans changed part of the document before sending it to the White House for review.
California Rep. Adam Schiff sent a letter to House intelligence committee chairman Devin Nunes late Wednesday that charged the document had been ""secretly altered"" by Republicans after the vote. Schiff did not detail the changes. A spokesman for Nunes did not immediately return a request for comment.
The panel voted Monday to publicly release the memo, part of a GOP effort to prove improper use of surveillance by the FBI in its Russia investigation. President Donald Trump has five days from the vote to review the document.
The FBI has declared that it has ""grave concerns"" about the accuracy of a classified memo on the Russia election investigation that President Donald Trump wants released.
The FBI's short and sharp statement Wednesday lays bare a Trump administration conflict that has played out mostly behind closed doors in meetings between top Justice Department and White House officials.
The agency's stance on the memo means that Trump would be openly defying his hand-picked FBI director by continuing to push for the memo's disclosure.
The four-page memo was drafted by Republicans on the House intelligence committee.
The Republicans have said the memo reveals surveillance abuses by the FBI and the Justice Department in the early stages of the investigation into potential ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.
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