Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkey still languishes in the lower reaches of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Gender Gap Report 2014
The European Court of Human Rights has fined Turkey 55,000 euros over the death of a child in 1993 in the southeastern Turkey after a Turkish army mortar rocket exploded.
US think tank Freedom House criticizes Turkey, saying the freedoms and human rights are on the decline in the country. The report focuses on heavy use of police force
The court challenged the interior ministry’s defense and recalled that Akyürek received two promotions in the aftermath of Dink’s murder
The penalties for illegal wiretapping are to be strengthened in a government-led draft law which has sperked reactions for increasing the justice minister’s power
The legal entities of minorities in Turkey will be discussed in Istanbul on Jan 30 at a conference hosted by the Istanbul Bilgi University Faculty of Law
The Turkish government is demonstrating a growing intolerance of political opposition, public protest and critical media, Human Rights Watch said in an annual report
The Ministry of Education did not allow two foreign students register at a Greek (Rum) school in Istanbul as they were not of the correct ethnicity, daily Taraf said
Families of the Uludere/Roboski massacre victims filed a formal objection Jan. 21 against the military prosecutor’s dismissal of the investigation into the case.
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