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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Nokta Magazine author Perihan Mağden faces up to four years in prison for allegedly insulting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in statements on a police raid on the magazine in late 2015 that was published in Turkish news portal Diken
Two former military personnel have been sentenced to life in prison for torturing to death Uğur Kantar, a Turkish solider who died after being tortured in a disciplinary room while he was doing his military service in the northern Cyprus in 2011.
The summer had just begun. It was the weekend before the U.S. Supreme Court voted in favor of gay marriages
A Turkish Islamist group has pinned posters to walls and posts in the capital Ankara threatening gays with death
The Istanbul Governor’s Office has defended its ban on the LGBTI pride march in Istanbul, amid reactions from the international community against the brutal police crackdown on marchers June 28
An inmate of the Alevi faith, a secular version of Islam, was permitted to meet with an Alevi religious leader, known as an Alevi Dede, in prison thanks to a ruling which allowed imams to preach in prisons.
American pop diva Lady Gaga has slammed the police clampdown on the LGBTI pride parade in Istanbul through her Twitter account
An Istanbul court has ruled for the continuation of a 21-year-long detainment of a 42-year-old man, who has been standing trial for an anti-terror case since 1994.
The 13th Istanbul LGBTI Pride March witnessed scenes of joy and fear as police cracked down on participants with tear gas and water cannon. Here are the photos
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