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Turkey is undergoing a 'worrying rollback' on human rights under Erdoğan, Human Rights Watch says
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
The power struggle between Turkey’s ruling party and Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen’s movement will not be stopped until one of them is brought down
Newly released security camera footage has shown suspected police officers beating shopkeepers
Financial penalties, rather than jail sentences, will be handed out for crimes committed via the Internet
An eyewitness to the murder of a soldier has admitted that he altered his testimony under pressure
Turkey was the world’s number one jailer of journalists for the second consecutive year, followed closely by Iran and China
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.
An Istanbul court postponed the sentencing of a publisher and translator for releasing a book by surrealist French poet and writer Guillaume Apollinaire.
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