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Ahmet Davutoğlu has accused two opposition parties of remaining indifferent to the cruelty in neighboring Syria, in a speech peppered with personal anecdotes and passages from Islamic history.
CHP applies to the Constitutional Court as President Gül invites more controversy after giving his assent to a contentious judicial bill
PM Erdoğan denied the authenticity of the latest wiretap recording incriminating him of corruption that has sent shockwaves through Turkey
The AKP is looking for a way through the legal obstacles to opening the organization to parliamentary scrutiny
The head of the main opposition CHP, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, has claimed that the leaked voice recording of a conversation between the prime minister and his son is genuine.
Turkey’s top security board met to discuss the alleged 'parallel organization' within the state and its activities
Supreme Court of Appeals has approved the decision to acquit three prosecutors who were removed from the Deniz Feneri investigation
Gül said he warned the justice minister about 15 'unconstitutional' provisions
ANKARA - Reuters
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said Syria's worsening war now posed a danger to all countries because President Bashar al-Assad's government had been allowed to continue its "crimes"
President Gül had requested two amendments to the bill
'The PM and his son could give their voice samples and in 20 minutes it can be verified whether those voices belong to them or not,' Demirtaş said
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