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Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş has said the AKP will return to its “factory settings” at its party’s congress in mid-September, adding that this date would also mark the start of its campaign for the snap election set for Nov. 1.
Kılıçdaroğlu said harsh statements issued by senior government officials were not enough to bring about concrete results
Any return by President Abdullah Gül to the AKP as party chairman will have to wait at least 10 months, Erdoğan has said, strongly implying that he does not regard his longtime friend as a potential premier
PM Erdoğan has filed separate complaints to both the Ankara Chief Prosecutor’s Office and to the HSYK against Prosecutor Zekeriya Öz, on charges of 'insult, slandering and threatening'
Although Turkey does not usually declare mourning over disasters or incidents in foreign countries, Ankara has declared three days of official mourning for deaths in Gaza
Demirtaş’s personal website announced that as of the morning of July 21, 361,411 Turkish Liras had been donated by 1,460 people
Independent Diyarbakır deputy Leyla Zana and Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) Istanbul deputy Sırrı Süreyya Önder have traveled to northern Iraq for a week-long visit
Erdoğan bid farewell to his parliamentary group during his address on July 22, saying it would be his last group meeting if he is elected president next month
A senior executive of the CHP has suggested there is documented evidence showing the trucks headed for the Syrian border were carrying weapons to aid Islamist militants
A leading member of the ruling party, who is also the deputy speaker of Parliament, has once again acknowledged his party’s aspirations to have a presidential system in Turkey
FM Davutoğlu described the region as “the center of the divine revelation that raised consciences and humanity”
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