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The Turkish government launched yesterday a study to restrict social media, an attempt that has been inspired...
Government working on draft to restrict social media in Turkey
A single man who started standing silently in the middle Istanbul’s city center has provoked...
‘Standing man’ inspires a new type of civil disobedience in Turkey
A man’s single act of defiance tonight turned into a group of people’s silent struggle for the right to protest in Taksim Square, but it all ended badly...
Turkish protester's civil disobedience act in Taksim ends in custody
Senior CNN anchorwoman Christiane Amanpour has expressed her indignation over Turkish daily Takvim’s publishing of a bogus interview with her its June 18 edition
‘Shame on you,’ Amanpour reacts to Turkish daily that published fake interview
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced that the government will be increasing...
Turkish prime minister vows to increase police force
The addition of a gas to the water cannons during the weekend’s police crackdown on the Gezi Park has stirred debate...
Substance in water cannons in Gezi Park protests harmful and criminal, experts say
The tension between the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government and the European...
Taksim tension with the EU hits planned meetings
Prosecutors in the southeastern Anatolian province of Bingöl have launched an investigation over accusations that five sergeants sexually abused a 16-year-old girl.
Prosecutors launch probe into sergeants over accusations of sexual abuse of minor
The Turkish government will not implement bans on social media in a new draft on 'crimes over the Internet,' the ruling AKP spokesman has said.
'Don't confuse us with China,' says ruling AKP spokesperson over draft bill on social media
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