Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A Turkish Airlines plane flying to Sao Paulo made an emergency landing in Casablanca over a bomb scare
Violence seems to be everywhere in and around Turkey these days – including at my front door.
Police officers, including chiefs from the anti-terror department detained as part of a probe into the alleged 'parallel state,' are set to be questioned on accusations that they wiretapped Turkey’s intelligence chief
The governor, who was photographed posing with bottles of Fanta, still backed the boycott
Salih İzzet Erdiş, known by the alias 'Salih Mirzabeyoğlu,' was arrested in 1999 and was initially sentenced to death on charges of 'attempting to overthrow the constitutional order by use of arms'
Calls for a boycott of Israeli products circulating on social media have extended to novels penned by Mario Levi, an acclaimed Turkish writer of Jewish descent, drawing criticism at overt anti-Semitism
Eastern Turkey has recently been gripped by more regular power cuts. Hürriyet explains
The owner of a shack on Istanbul’s Asian side has won his lawsuit against the Kadıköy Municipality over his forced eviction as part of an urban redevelopment project, news website Bianet reported on July 23.
A total of 67 people are detained as part of two investigations conducted by the anti-terror unit, one into 'espionage' allegations and the other into the 'illegal wiretapping'
Nine intelligence officers have disappeared following a criminal probe into the “illegal wiretapping” of gov't officials
Public iftars will be held every day until the end of Ramadan, and have become a rare opportunity for Syrian refugees to receive free and substantial meals
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