Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Hundreds of women in Turkey have taken to the social media to protest the call on them to 'not laugh in public'
The Constitutional Court said the jailed BDP MPs detention was excessive in duration
The indictment charged 255 protesters, including seven foreigners; the first hearing of the trial is expected to be held in the first week of May
Pınar Selek's Kafkaesque trial is set for an appeal hearing at the Supreme Court of Appeals
Newly released security camera footage has shown suspected police officers beating shopkeepers
Pınar Selek was sentenced to life imprisonment for the 1998 Spice Bazaar bombing
An eyewitness to the murder of a soldier has admitted that he altered his testimony under pressure
Reporters Without Borders has launched a new campaign video to promote press freedom with appearances from many world leaders
The Turkish Foreign Ministry has applauded the ruling of the ECHR, which stated that denying that the mass killing of Armenians in Ottoman Turkey in 1915 was genocide was not a criminal offence.
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