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Amnesty International has criticized Turkey for lack of progress in its human rights issues...
Some 44 people, many of them journalists, went on trial in Istanbul’s Çağlayan 14th High Criminal Court yesterday for having alleged links to ...
U.S. Secretary of State Hilliary Clinton has responded to a letter from Turkish journalist Müyesser Yıldız...
As the third indictment involving several journalists in Kurdistan Communities Union case starts...
Lt. Col. Mustafa Dönmez, one of the arrested suspects in the ongoing Ergenekon case...
One day after the announcement that the results of this year’s Judges’ and Prosecutors’ Selection Exam...
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has expressed optimism about the Turkish government’s determination to investigate those responsible ...
Turkey’s Armenian community is to present a report to the Education Ministry regarding a number of modifications ...
Members of the Progressive Lawyers Association, who established a telephone hotline for victims of police violence called ...