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The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has fined Turkey 81,000 euros for degrading medical treatment that resulted in a Turkish soldier losing his sight during mandatory army service in 2001.
Turkey’s first-ever shelter house for transgender women has opened in Istanbul, thanks to the efforts of transgender individuals and donations raised at a trans fashion show, the woman behind the shelter has told news website Radikal
Turkish prosecutors launched an investigation into daily Cumhuriyet on Jan. 15, a day after the controversial police raid
University students who brandished bread to mourn Berkin Elvan are charged with 'provocation'
The Council of Europe’s Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment published on Jan. 15 the report on its most recent visit to Turkey, carried out on June 9-21, 2013.
Two groups of students have clashed over Charlie Hebdo massacre, Dink commemoration
Yön Gazetesi, a newspaper published in Turkish in the province populated by a majority of Kurds, has been the subject of nearly 40 lawsuits since it was founded 25 months ago
A parliamentary commission investigating the reasons for violence against women has convened for the first time
The European Parliament has criticized the Dec. 14, 2014 operation against TV stations and newspapers with alleged links to Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, in a joint motion that is set to be voted on Jan. 15.
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