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The number of websites blocked in Turkey is approaching 68,000 with the recent addition of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo’s official site, as well as specific pages from the country’s most popular Internet forums. The latest bans came after the government appealed to a local court, citing blasphemy laws.
Turkey blocks Charlie Hebdo’s website, 48 others
The Kathmandu Tribhuwan International Airport remained closed for a second day.
Turkish jetliner's crash-landing paralyzes Nepal's only international airport
Lawyers of suspected ISIL militants in Turkey have withdrawn from the trial, one saying that they are 'worse than animals'
Lawyers of ISIL suspects withdraw from trial
When Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan began a new wave of statement against the Central Bank on Jan. 16, roughly one-and-a-half months ago, one U.S. dollar was worth 2.30 Turkish Liras (TL)
Depreciation of Turkish Lira distresses government
A market economist friend lamented to me on March 4 that all she could think about was the exchange rate. She was exhausted from talking to clients on the impact of the lira’s depreciation on the Turkish economy, and claimed that Turkey was heading for a crisis
Turkish economy heading towards a crisis
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu is in New York talking to investors. He met with U.S. businessmen and Goldman Sachs direct investors. He was accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan and Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek. In his meeting with the investors, the PM said the negativities experienced in Turkey’s domestic politics and economic performance were temporary and they would not leave any permanent damage
How could investors trust this trio?
Amid internal political debates in Turkey, a big shift in geopolitics is taking place nearby. Unfortunately, Turkish analysts and politicians are too far away and too shortsighted to discuss the ramifications of what is happening between Washington DC, Tel Aviv and Tehran. This could be costly
The fashionable 1970s in international affairs
Turkey is in a rather difficult but equally interesting period. This country has always been a very dynamic and sui-generis one, but nowadays it is sailing through even stranger times
Peace requires will, not tougher laws
The Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) has decided that prosecutors Celal Kara and Mahir Aktaş, who conducted the Dec. 17 and 25, 2013, investigations, and judge Süleyman Karaçöl should be tried
Prosecutors commit a crime by investigating
An Omphalos stone, which has been found in Manavgat, a town in the southern province of Antalya, has proven the region was a prophecy center
Side proves to be a prophecy center
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