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Up to 17 people were released by separate courts who ruled for a second day on the detentions of the top suspects in the Ergenekon coup plot case
Police intervene as thousands gather in demos reminiscent of the nationwide Gezi protests
Police resorted to teargas and water cannons against protesters who started gathering in central Ankara
The upcoming local elections have become like a general election, PM Erdoğan said
HRW has called for justice over Berkin Elvan’s death, reminding that ‘no effective investigation into the police’ was carried out nine months after the 15-year-old fatal injury
The president has complained about the lengthy process of trials, which led to the release of some defendants, citing the Hezbollah case.
Opposition parties agree to gather the Parliament for an extraordionary session to read the summary of proceedings against four ex-ministers
A Bulgarian delegation will pay a visit to Turkey to discuss a gas pipeline plan between parties that would diversify natural gas resources.
Middle East Technical University’s (ODTÜ) Teknokent project, Turkey’s first science and technology park, located in the country’s capital of Ankara, is to expand to the United States.
Israel wants reconciliation with Turkey, Israeli PM Netanyahu has said after four years of strained ties
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Egyptian authorities decided Tuesday to take control of independent mosques, state news agency MENA reported, in a move aimed at curbing Islamist dissent.
Saudi Arabia responded to a FRANCE 24 interview with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, slamming the Iraqi leader’s accusations
The 50-year-old Cyprus problem does not have any dimension left to be discussed, according to Turkish Cyprus’ foreign minister, who said both sides should seize upon the “window of opportunity.”
The widow of one of the officers killed in a bus accident while escorting an election rally harshly reacted to a Parliament official’s condolences
Police fired tear gas and water cannons to students marching from the campus to the city center
New Zealanders will soon get to vote on whether to change their national flag, which many view as a relic from a colonial past.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday ruled out any deal with the Palestinians unless they recognise Israel as the Jewish state and give up their refugees’ right of return.