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Euro court finds Turkey guilty in communications interception case after CHP lawmaker files complaint

Euro court finds Turkey guilty in communications interception case after CHP lawmaker files complaint

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled on July 18 that a Turkish court granting the National Intelligence of Turkey (MİT) permission to intercept all domestic and international communications between April 8 and May 30, 2005 constituted a violation of privacy in breach of the law.

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Turkey extends detention of activists by up to a further seven days: Amnesty International

Turkey extends detention of activists by up to a further seven days: Amnesty International

Turkey has extended for up to a week the detention of the country director of Amnesty International and nine other people held in a police raid, the rights group said on July 11.

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Euro court drops 12,600 applications from Turkey, cites formation of emergency rule panel

Euro court drops 12,600 applications from Turkey, cites formation of emergency rule panel

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has dropped a total of 12,600 applications from Turkey that were filed regarding the state of emergency decrees, the Turkish Justice Ministry said on July 14.

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Turkey’s deepening tragedy of murdered women

Turkey’s deepening tragedy of murdered women

As she did most afternoons, Pınar Ünlüer was waiting to collect her six-year-old son from his school in the western province of İzmir. She was then shot dead in broad daylight only meters away from the school, by a man whose marriage proposal she had rejected.

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Turkey’s detention of human rights activists aims to create intimidation, Amnesty International says

Turkey’s detention of human rights activists aims to create intimidation, Amnesty International says

The detention of 10 human rights defenders on July 5 in Turkey is a general message of intimidation given by the government to human rights organizations, Amnesty International’s Turkey researcher Andrew Gardner told Deutsche Welle (DW) Turkish in an interview on July 13.

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Human rights defenders in Turkey blast detention of activists

Human rights defenders in Turkey blast detention of activists

Several Turkish human rights associations have slammed a number of media reports on the recent detention of human rights activists for “defaming and criminalizing” the rights activists.

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Main opposition MP questions Turkish PM about detention of human rights activists

Main opposition MP questions Turkish PM about detention of human rights activists

Main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) Istanbul lawmaker Sezgin Tanrıkulu has asked Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım about the reasons behind the detentions of human rights activists in Istanbul

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Germany calls on Turkey to release local chair, director of Amnesty International

Germany calls on Turkey to release local chair, director of Amnesty International

The chairman of the German Parliament Bundestag Committee on human rights, Matthias Zimmer, has urged Turkey’s ambassador to Germany over the detention of two human rights activists working for Amnesty International, calling on Turkey to release them.

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