Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The leader of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has vowed to continue the Kurdish peace process if elected in the June polls, but has stressed he will regard the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) as the sole interlocutor in the talks
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
PM Erdoğan said he has worked with the President Gül in harmony during his term at the Prime Ministry despite some “small problems”
PM Erdoğan said Turkey will protect its stability and beef up its power at a moment when there are very important developments in the world and the region, in an effort to make peace and stability in the region permanent.
A total of 232,000 Turkish citizens voted at ballot boxes overseas in the first round of Turkey’s presidential elections, falling far behind the government’s expectations in the first year of the undertaking.
The public opinion polls conducted by the AKP and some other institutions indicate that Erdoğan will have a minimum of 52 percent of the votes in the first round and that the figure could go as high as 56 percent depending on the turnout
Parliament was scene to yet another physical fight which erupted due to tension about Iraqi Turkmens. The ruling AKP's Muhittin Aksak, who punched MHP deputy Sinan Oğan on his nose during the fight, was pictured in the past while watching boxing games during General Assembly sessions
ISTANBUL – Hürriyet Daily News
Demirtaş offered another pointed criticism of TRT, expressing his 'excitement and happiness' at being on the 'precious' channel
The main opposition CHP has suggested that Turkey’s education policy was being designed by PM Erdoğan’s son, Bilal Erdoğan, in close coordination with five Islamist-leaning foundations
An LGBT group that was founded under the name of “AKP LBGT members” attended PM Erdogan’s rally in Istanbul
It has emerged that Turkish FM Davutoğlu sent a letter of appreciation to presidential candidate Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu
The findings of a new survey suggest Turks are pround of their country’s achievements but don’t know exactly why. It also shows that despite the country’s elite’s global aspirations, ordinary citizens have remained parochial
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