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Concerned about fighters who have been deported to the EU by Ankara, only to return, Turkey’s FM urges the union to tighten border checks
Turkey's parliament has acquitted four ex-ministers who faced graft charges, thanks to the votes of the ruling AKP deputies. Scores of AKP deputies who broke the party lines, however, would soon be 'identified and cleaned,' a leading MP said.
MHP leader Bahçeli calls on lawmakers from the ruling AKP to 'make a choice between burglary and law' ahead of today’s vote of parliament’s General Assembly
The change of status between the prime minister and the president was a "smooth transition," Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu says
Turkey’s government has initiated a massive reshuffling in the Police Department
ANKARA – The Associated Press
Transparency International has criticized Turkey over rejected motions for former ministers who faced graft charges
ISTANBUL – Anadolu Agency
Turkish Parliament Speaker Cemil Çiçek said on Jan. 20 that terrorism "threatens all of humanity," strongly condemning all acts of terror across the world and calling for a joint stance on fighting against it.
Erdoğan has suggested there is a plot behind the ongoing unrest in Cizre, a town near Turkey’s border with Syria and Iraq, where tension peaked after a 12-year-old boy was shot last week
The leader of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has said the government’s Syria policy must change, stating that Turkey must no longer be a route for foreign fighters.
The prime minister or any of his ministers will have the right to block any website without a court ruling, according to a new bill
Trust in the judiciary is at its lowest level in Turkey today, but the country’s judicial body will be better in future after recent elections also resulted in leftist and Kemalist judges joining the body, according to a high-ranking ruling party member.
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