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Three LGBTI associations have condemned homophobic news items published by a number of Turkish media outlets against an openly gay candidate running for the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) in the upcoming elections, news portal bianet has reported.
The European Court of Human Rights has fined Turkey 57,650 euros for prosecuting and convicting four Jehovah’s Witnesses who refused compulsory military service
Turkey’s Constitutional Court has ruled on May 29 that the decision to block YouTube violated the rights of users and freedom of speech
The May 31 demonstrations to mark the anniversary of last year's Gezi protests witness brutal scenes. Here are 10 of them
Thousands of Alevis marched in rallies across Turkey, calling for an end to discrimination in the aftermath of two deaths in Istanbul
The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Nils Muiznieks, has expressed his indignation after Turkish police’s brutal handling of Gezi anniversary
Three construction workers died awfully May 31 due to the collapse of a scaffold in Istanbul’s Kartal district.
A for authoritarian, B for brutal, C for callous ... Here is how police handled demonstrations marking the Gezi anniversary after Erdoğan vowed that everything would be done 'from A to Z'
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has found Turkey guilty of violating the right to the freedom of expression, in a case regarding an article written by a law professor.
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