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Women cut road, protest unfair male drivers in Istanbul

Women cut road, protest unfair male drivers in Istanbul

Women drivers on a road linking the Bosphorus Bridge to Üsküdar in Istanbul staged a demonstration on June 5 to protest male drivers who attempted to barge unfairly to the front of the line

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National anthem played on loudspeakers in southeastern Turkish province

National anthem played on loudspeakers in southeastern Turkish province

Turkey’s national anthem was played June 2 from the loudspeakers in the Nusaybin district of the southeastern Mardin province, where security operations against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) is ongoing

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Amnesty tells EU to halt 'illegal' refugee returns to Turkey

Amnesty tells EU to halt 'illegal' refugee returns to Turkey

Amnesty International on June 3 urged the European Union to stop plans to return asylum-seekers to Turkey

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Veteran journalist Hasan Cemal receives freedom of expression award

Veteran journalist Hasan Cemal receives freedom of expression award

The Turkish Publishers Association’s 2016 Freedom of Opinion and Expression Award has been extended to veteran journalist Hasan Cemal

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Greece to send gay Syrian back to Turkey under migrant deal

Greece to send gay Syrian back to Turkey under migrant deal

A gay Syrian whose asylum claim was rejected by Greece will be sent back to Turkey, sources told AFP on June 2, the first rejected applicant known to be returned under a controversial migrant deal

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Euro court orders Turkey to pay 14 mln euros to Greek citizen in inheritance case

Euro court orders Turkey to pay 14 mln euros to Greek citizen in inheritance case

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled for Turkey to pay approximately 14 million euros to Maria Çiropulos in an inheritance case on May 31

Comment(s)5/31/2016

Appeals court rules married woman can continue using maiden name

Appeals court rules married woman can continue using maiden name

Turkey’s Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of a female lawyer in the southeastern province of Batman who wished to continue using her maiden name after getting married, reversing the judgment of a local court

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Turkey’s first lady calls for workforce gender equality

Turkey’s first lady calls for workforce gender equality

Turkish first lady Emine Erdoğan has said the most important step to be taken to increase female employment and entrepreneurship was to end the exploitation of female labor, adding that societies only rise through equality

Comment(s)5/30/2016

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