Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has vowed that the government will not tolerate demonstrations in the street “whoever they are and whatever their intent is,” while slamming elements of the media and the opposition over the March 31 killing of a prosecutor.
Önder Aytaç, a columnist regarded as close to the Gülen Movement, was briefly detained in Ankara on March 29, while Prime Minister Erdoğan has sued three more Gülen-linked journalists
'Everything and everybody is being investigated in the most meticulous way,' Davutoğlu said
Deniz Baykal, said the PM Erdoğan's remarks about a sex tape that leaked in 2010 and led to hisresignation were “not sufficient.”
The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu will hold his last rally in Istanbul’s Kadıköy district March 29, a day before the local elections.
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Gül also described the wiretapping as a 'huge audacity' and an 'act of espionage' in his first public statement regarding the incident
The probe launched after the leak of an illegal recording of a security meeting has been deepened, amid claims that the office of the foreign minister has been listened to for over a year
'They are banning an issue to their own citizens while the rest of the world can learn it,' Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu said
Şafak Pavey has been granted the Secularist of the Year prize given annually by a U.K.-based nongovernmental organization (NGO)
CHP and AKP figures have exchanged barbs over a leaked audio recording of a conversation between government officials on Syria
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