Iran and Turkey’s cross-border attacks in northern Iraq killed more than a dozen civilians and displaced thousands.
Former special operations police agent Ayhan Çarkın, whose confessions regarding extrajudicial killings had led to the arrest of a number of other operatives, testified to an Ankara court yesterday in connection with an interview he gave to a daily newspaper.
Diyarbakır Gov. Mustafa Toprak said security forces killed as many as 20 suspected Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) members during...
An Istanbul court has accepted an appeal from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) to be an intervening party in an ongoing...
Six international organizations have sent a letter to President Abdullah Gül and Justice Minister Sadullah Ergin to protest the arrest of lawyers in Turkey.
Syriac Christians living both in Turkey and abroad are growing weary over an ongoing trial about the fate of their most revered place of worship...
Police detained 35 people in raids in seven different provinces in a probe into the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) earlier today.
Turkish troops have killed 13 militants and wounded at least five more in three days of a large operation in southeastern Turkey, a senior military officer said on yesterday.
Deputy PM Beşir Atalay says the Turkish state and the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) are not in any official of non-official talks as the military launches another major operation against the PKK militants.
The opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) has expelled Antalya deputy Yusuf Ziya İrbeç from the party due to “his undisciplined acts,” according to a written statement from the disciplinary board of MHP.
Turkey has warned the United States that war-torn Iraq’s stability will continue to be at stake unless the country is cleared of terrorist organizations after Washington withdraws its troops from the country.
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I want to mention an observation of mine. I think this is also shared by the majority of the public. The police are changing.
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Turkey-Syria relations are getting tenser by the day. Turkey is not only criticizing the Syrian government for its...
The Turkish General Staff denied yesterday media reports that F-16 jets bombed empty fields after pilots were given wrong coordinates for targets of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is expected to travel to Turkey today from war-torn Afghanistan where he announced that the US and its allies were winning the 10-year war there despite spreading violence
Turkish security forces killed eight alleged members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party during clashes in the southeastern province of Bingöl today.
The main opposition has accused the justice minister of misleading the public with claims the slow pace of trials was the reason for lengthy detention periods and child abusers and terrorists would walk free if a Republican People’s Party...
The main trial for the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) and Turkey Council (TM) was still underway in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır when the Hürriyet Daily News went to print yesterday.
Seven members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) surrendered and one militant was killed during a military operation launched in the Karlıova district of the eastern province of Bingöl Dec. 8.
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta will visit Turkey later this week for talks that are expected to focus on enhancing defense cooperation and the ongoing fight against terrorism, according to diplomatic sources.
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