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New Turkish Internet law to deepen censorship and increase surveillance: HRW

New Turkish Internet law to deepen censorship and increase surveillance: HRW

The new legal amendments should be overturned, Human Rights Watch says

Comment(s) 9/15/2014

Istanbul's backwards-walkers mark 1980 military coup

Istanbul's backwards-walkers mark 1980 military coup

Activists walk backwards toward Taksim Square to mark the anniversary of the military coup

Comment(s) 9/13/2014

Greek minority school on Gökçeada starts new term with only two students

Greek minority school on Gökçeada starts new term with only two students

The new school year has opened with only two students at an elementary school for the Greek minority on the island of Gökçeada, which was reopened last year after 49 years of being closed.

Comment(s) 9/15/2014

Gökçeada Greek high school will not open in 2014, after 50-year closure

Gökçeada Greek high school will not open in 2014, after 50-year closure

Permission was rejected on the grounds that the school’s building was not prepared for the academic year

Comment(s) 9/13/2014

Turkey needs policy tailored for longer stay of Syrians: UNHCR representative

Turkey needs policy tailored for longer stay of Syrians: UNHCR representative

The influx into Turkey of more than a million Syrians fleeing their war-torn country has become a protracted situation that demands urgent new policies, according to the UNHCR’s representative in Ankara

Comment(s) 9/15/2014

Istanbul court accepts ‘coup attempt’ indictment against football fans

Istanbul court accepts ‘coup attempt’ indictment against football fans

An Istanbul court has accepted the indictment charging members of the çArşı supporters’ group of a 'coup attempt' against the government

Comment(s) 9/12/2014

EU Minister criticizes ‘concerns’ of foreign diplomat over Internet law

EU Minister criticizes ‘concerns’ of foreign diplomat over Internet law

Turkey’s EU Minister Volkan Bozkır criticizes the concerns of an Ankara-based foreign diplomat over the recently passed Internet law, saying he has not received any criticism from EU diplomats

Comment(s) 9/14/2014

Kurdish teachers start hunger strike for appointments

Kurdish teachers start hunger strike for appointments

A group of 20 graduates began a hunger strike 18 days ago, demanding their appointments as Kurdish teachers

Comment(s) 9/11/2014

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