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The Turkish education system is still inadequately equipped to ensure respect for parents’ religious convictions, Euro court says
An Ankara appeals court declared the ruling granting police the authority to conduct general searches 'unconstitutional'
The record 'thwarts Turkey's aspirations to be regarded as a regional democratic model'
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Turkey breached 'rights to a fair trial' and 'rights to negotiate collective agreements' in three cases
The retrial of the murder of the Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink continued on Feb. 11 after the original prosecutor was relocated amid a purge
The OHCHR said Turkey's new Internet law may lead to breaches of human rights
Turkey ranks 154th in the latest Press Freedom Index, behind countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq
The Turkish government has released a memo in Turkish and English, arguing that its controversial Internet bill does not constitute censorship.
The 24-year-old student was deported after being detained during the Gezi protests
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