Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A lawyer in Ankara has applied to the Constitutional Court in a bid to overturn the government’s ban on celebrating May Day at Istanbul’s iconic Taksim Square.
The 9th Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court of Appeals announced that it would release its ruling concerning the appeal process of the the Balyoz coup plot case Oct. 9
Some 500 women will come to Istanbul for the International Federation of University Women for a triennial conference on women’s rights, equality and empowerment.
The only suspect in the murder of Turkish-Armenian woman Maritsa Küçük has denied the allegations against him
Nazaret Özsahakyan, the chairman of a foundation in Istanbul, demanded the Interior Ministry release all the lists of 'coded' Armenians
Turkey’s ombudsman has decided to issue a recommendation to allow public servants to wear headscarves
The chief editor of Turkish broadcaster Ulusal Kanal, Adnan Türkkan, has said on his personal Twitter account that he had decided to stay in Germany
A convict of the Ergenekon coup plot case, Lt. Mehmet Ali Çelebi, surrendered to serve his time and was arrested Aug. 14
Retired Gen Başbuğ, sentenced to life in prison in coup plot case, asks the prime minister and chief of staff to voice reaction against the court’s ruling
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