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A parliamentary inquiry commission will vote Dec. 22 on whether to send the four former ministers the Supreme Council over graft allegations
Hundreds of relatives and friends of Cabinet members and ruling party MPs have been appointed to state positions without passing the required exam, main opposition claims
ISTANBUL – Anadolu Agency
Davutoğlu warns the military against voicing concerns through
the media, after reports that the top brass is unhappy with Turkey's recent military service exemption reform
One of the leading names of the Turkish communist movement, Rasih Nuri İleri, died at his home in Istanbul Dec. 6 morning at the age of 94
A local court has dismissed charges against Turkey’s 11th president, Abdullah Gül, less than one month after he testified in a corruption case from the 1990s, known as the 'lost trillion case'
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has defended the gargantuan size of Turkey's new presidential palace in Ankara . "It does not have 1,000 rooms. It has more than 1,150 rooms," Erdoğan said, claiming that restoration work of Buckingham Palace cost British taxpayers almost $8 billion
Parliament has finally approved the International Labor Organization convention on safety and health in mining, following debates after the recent Soma and Ermenek mining disasters
If the Constitutional Court ignores protecting stability while making its eventual decision in regards to lifting the infamous 10 percent election threshold for legislative representation, then people will not accept that decision, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said Dec. 8.
Turkey’s national education council has agreed to send a proposal to introduce compulsory Ottoman language courses in high school education to a vote in its general assembly meeting
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
Turkey’s first ever culture and tourism minister, Talat Sait Halman, passed away on Dec. 4
During his testimony to a parliament commission probing allegations against 4 ex-ministers, Çağlayan said he did not have time to purchase the watch abroad, so he asked Reza Zarrab to do so
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