Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A hostage situation in an Istanbul courthouse has led to another gag order for Turkish media
Twenty-six members of Taksim Solidarity Platform went on trial accused of organising last year's demonstrations in what Amnesty International denounced as a 'show trial'
Afghan refugees suspended their demonstration in Ankara after 53 days, vowing to return to protest if the-UNHCR failed to meet their demands
Selek was convicted for allegedly being involved in the bombing of Istanbul’s Spice Bazaar in 1998
Key officials could face a probe regarding the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink on charges of intent or negligence
One year on from the Gezi Park protests, the Turkish authorities seem to be firmly set on the path of intolerance, conflict and polarization, says Amnesty International in its latest report
The mosque-cathedral of Cordoba and the Hagia Sophia of Istanbul were both victims of those who wanted to certify their victories and assert their religious superiority
A court in Diyarbakır sentenced 62 officials to five years in jail for their responsibility in a 1996 incident when 10 inmates died and others injured.
Banning access to YouTube constitutes a “heavy intervention into the freedom of expression of all users,” Turkey’s Constitutional Court has said
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