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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkey’s main opposition party has called on chief public prosecutors to take legal action over “a list of suicide bombing suspects” referred to by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, daily Hürriyet has reported.
PM Davutoğlu says Turkey will not allow its citizens to cross to border to Syria to fight against ISIL militants alongside Kurds in Kobane
Critics claim now government measures to clamp down on riots presage a return to martial law, but the government has defended its planned reforms
The CHP leader says the government’s incompetence with its intelligence body has left it relying on calls by Abdullah Öcalan, the jailed leader of the outlawed PKK, to ease street violence
The ruling AKP plans to bestow sweeping powers on the security forces to crush protests, while also claiming to be advancing the peace process with Kurds
ADIYAMAN – Anadolu Agency
The nearly 1,000 people in Kobane are fighting in clashes with ISIL jihadists, but no civilians are left in the town, Deputy PM has said
Davutoğlu should first prove that he is Turkey’s prime minister if he wants to be taken as the opposition’s political counterpart, Kılıçdaroğlu says, criticizing President Erdoğan’s constant political interventions
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoğlu has told Al-Jazeera Arabic that ‘safe zones’ against ISIL on Syria’s border with Turkey should protect ‘areas with populations over a certain density,’ marking a large region from the Mediterranean to Iraq’s border
Turkey’s nationalist opposition leader has attacked a key actor of the Kurdish political movement represented at Parliament, arguing that it violates the Constitution by provoking street violence
An opposition lawmaker warns that the term of a parliamentary commission of inquiry into corruption claims against four former Cabinet members is about to expire, before it has even held a substantial meeting
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