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Abdullah Öcalan reportedly said that the peace talks with the Turkish government had entered a new phase since Oct. 15 and he was upbeat over the chances of success.
Salihoğlu ruled out the presence of any reasonable ground to justify eavesdropping
A man who accompanied Yasin al-Qadi is reportedly a suspect in the December 2011 wiretapping of the Turkish prime minister’s office, according to daily Taraf.
Süleyman Aslan's lawyer also said they filed an application requesting the lifting of an asset freeze on the $4.5 million found in shoeboxes
The Gov't slammed the claims while opposition voices expressed little surprise
MHP leader Bahçeli has called on judicial bodies to launch an investigation into PM Erdoğan for corruption allegations
ANKARA / Hürriyet
Turkey’s main opposition leader has accused the prime minister and the government of keeping silent over earlier wiretapping concerns
PM Erdoğan claimed that a series of lobbies had allied to damage the ruling AKP and frustrate Turkey’s progress
Parliament’s Internal Affairs Commission has shrugged off criticisms to pass a bill that would give the Turkish intelligence agency expanded powers
A fresh wiretap leak sent shockwaves through Turkish politics
Neither the governing party nor the opposition parties have escaped becoming targets of violent attacks in the run-up to the local elections
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