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The Justice Ministry has described the killing of the 34 villagers by a Turkish military airstrike in 2011 in Roboski as a 'mistake'
Some 173 people who were detained during May Day demonstrations in Istanbul last week were released overnight after being interrogated by prosecutors.
Journalists in Turkey are freer than journalists living in all the countries that are listed as 'free' in a recent report released by a U.S.-based watchdog, according to Davutoğlu
Following an eventful day in Istanbul’s Çağlayan Courthouse, a prosecutor demanded the arrest of four people on terror charges out of the 171 people detained on May Day
Authorities' refusal to allocate Taksim for May Day rallies resulted in crackdowns around the city, with police eventually reaching its goal to prevent all access to the square. 142 were detained and scores have been injured
Debate on press freedom in Turkey – or lack there of – continues, with Turkish NGOs and foreign dignitaries slamming Ankara once more as the CHP’s head warns of creeping totalitarianism. Foreign Minister Davutoğlu, however, says the picture couldn’t be better
From the dancing demonstrators to the children crying because of tear gas, here are five videos which were among the most watched on Hürriyet on May Day
For the second year running, thousands who gathered in the districts of Beşiktaş and Şişli to march toward Taksim Square ere dispersed with tear gas and water cannons.
Police have also confronted demonstrators in Istanbul’s Şişli district
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