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The Turkish education system is still inadequately equipped to ensure respect for parents’ religious convictions, Euro court says
The power struggle between Turkey’s ruling party and Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen’s movement will not be stopped until one of them is brought down
A Turkish court has released five more arrested suspects in the ongoing Feb 28 trial
Financial penalties, rather than jail sentences, will be handed out for crimes committed via the Internet
Two Diyarbakır courts have ruled for the continuation of the detention of four BDP deputies and one independent
Turkey was the world’s number one jailer of journalists for the second consecutive year, followed closely by Iran and China
The opening of more Greek schools, as well as property returning issues were on the table during the Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu’s “Gökçeada meeting” in Athens.
An Istanbul court postponed the sentencing of a publisher and translator for releasing a book by surrealist French poet and writer Guillaume Apollinaire.
A court in Ankara has released seven of 10 men accused of raping two minors
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