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Diaspora groups are increasingly questioning the community’s identity and how to gain rights from the Turkish state and against the backdrop of Turkish-Russian relations, says Professor Mitat Çelikpala
A 30-year-old man has been killed by a stray bullet during Nevruz celebrations in the southeastern province of Şırnak.
The 2nd Heavy Penal Court in the southeastern city of Diyarbakır refused to release 91 suspects in the main case against the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK)
Fethullah Gülen has dismissed government accusations that he has orchestrated a graft probe while rejecting any involvement with recent online wiretapping leaks
Some 26 suspects were charged in the indictment
Posters mocking the conservative background of CHP candidate Mansur Yavaş by linking him with far-left personalities had appeared across the Turkish capital in recent days
Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen has said the government’s pressure on his movement is '10 times worse' than the pressure experienced during the times of military coups
The survey also yielded other intriguing results, such as body sizes in comparison with education levels
Ramazan Akyürek's dismissal was sought on the basis that he 'tarnished police's image'
A regional court has lifted a ruling to suspend the construction of Istanbul’s third airport project over objections related to an environmental approval report
More than 90 percent of Turkish students cannot progress beyond basic language skills even after 1,000 hours of English training
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