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The ECHR has fined Turkey 20,000 euros for ineffective investigation into the disappearance of Mustafa Saygı, who was stopped and apprehended by soldiers while on his way home in 1994 in Şanlıurfa
An Istanbul court acquits Pınar Selek once again, in a case in which she was accused of being involved in a Istanbul bombing
The EU calls for prohibiting by law all discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity
A precious plot on Istanbul’s Anatolian side, where a mosque is now located, has been returned to the 92-year-old sole heir of former Fener Greek Patriarch Maximus V, daily Milliyet reported on Dec. 18.
Human Rights Watch called on Turkish Parliament to reconsider the new measures introduced by the bill
Turkey has appealed the European Court of Human Rights’ (ECHR) ruling that said high school students must be allowed to opt out of religious education classes, which are currently compulsory.
An attorney defending two men who were fined for unfurling a 'thief' banner at a rally for President Erdoğan, is now the subject of a legal complaint after arguing that his clients simply expressed their 'democratic right' to protest
Many people from Turkey’s Jewish community are leaving the country after the increased threats and attacks
A “debris of violation of rights has been created in Turkey by the practices of the government,” a main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) deputy head said in a statement released Dec. 10, the anniversary of Turkey’s adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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