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Bosphorus waters change color with animal blood

Bosphorus waters change color with animal blood

On World Animal Day, Turkey marks the Feast of Sacrifice with scenes of celebration and protests

Comment(s) 10/4/2014

Turkey suffering 'rights rollback' under Erdoğan: HRW

Turkey suffering 'rights rollback' under Erdoğan: HRW

Turkey is undergoing a 'worrying rollback' on human rights under Erdoğan, Human Rights Watch says

Comment(s) 9/29/2014

Turkey’s top judge complains about 'climate of fear'

Turkey’s top judge complains about 'climate of fear'

A 'climate of fear' is haunting the press in Turkey, Constitutional Court head Haşim Kılıç says, enjoining the country's journalists to resist for their rights

Comment(s) 10/4/2014

‘Murderer state’ slogan not a crime, Turkish prosecutors rule after 8-year long probe

‘Murderer state’ slogan not a crime, Turkish prosecutors rule after 8-year long probe

The use of slogans such as 'The murderer state will pay' and 'We will fight until we tear the oligarchy down' is not a crime, Turkish prosecutors have ruled

Comment(s) 9/29/2014

Court lifts warrant for sociologist Pınar Selek

Court lifts warrant for sociologist Pınar Selek

The Istanbul 15th Court of Serious Crimes has lifted a warrant issued for sociologist Pınar Selek

Comment(s) 10/3/2014

Arab-Kurdish couple ties the knot in landmark gay wedding

Arab-Kurdish couple ties the knot in landmark gay wedding

Ekin and Emrullah confronted social pressures by holding an open celebration to mark their wedding

Comment(s) 9/24/2014

Turkish Constitutional Court strips Internet authority of right to close websites

Turkish Constitutional Court strips Internet authority of right to close websites

The Constitutional Court has ruled as “unconstitutional” the TİB authority to close websites within four hours on the basis of national security, protecting public order, or preventing crime.

Comment(s) 10/2/2014

Turkish scribe sentenced to prison for insulting Erdoğan in book on Gezi protests

Turkish scribe sentenced to prison for insulting Erdoğan in book on Gezi protests

A journalist has been sentenced to 11 months and 20 days of prison on Sept. 23 on charges of insulting the then-PM Erdoğan in a book on last year’s Gezi protests

Comment(s) 9/23/2014

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