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The head of the Turkish Association of Journalists (TGC) has stated that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s remarks describing jailed journalists in the country as “terrorists” were unacceptable and amounted to great injustice.
Children of Armenian workers that are enrolled in Turkish minority ...
During the 10th hearing of the Oda TV case, suspect İklim Kaleli Bayraktar...
The number of imprisoned journalists in Turkey rose to 105, according to a written statement issued yesterday by the Platform of Solidarity with Imprisoned Journalists.
Turkey’s dismal human rights record is revealed once again, as it ranked as the top sentenced country by the European Court of Human Rights last year. A Turkish diplomat says the nation has to solve cases within the domestic judicial system itself
A key eyewitness changes his testimony in the trial of Sevag Şahin Balıkçı’s death, fueling suspicions that the Armenian-Turkish troop’s death last year could be more than just a simple accident as suggested earlier
Some 50 nongovernmental organizations have come together in a campaign to demand legislation in the new Turkish constitution against “hate crimes.”
Renowned U.S. author Paul Auster said he refused to visit Turkey because of the number of journalists and writers that have been jailed in the country.
A military court in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır ruled Jan. 30 to continue without arrest the trial of suspect Kıvanç Ağaoğlu in the case of Sevag Şahin Balıkçı, a Turkish citizen of Armenian origin killed under dubious circumstances while performing his military service in 2011.