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At least 12 migrants believed to be Syrians drowned as two boats sank after leaving southwest Turkey for the Greek island of Kos, including three children, as the European Union keeps devising new plans to solve the worsening refugee crisis.
12 migrants drown heading from Turkey to Greek island
Turkish police have raided companies in Ankara belonging to Koza İpek, a corporation linked to the government’s ally-turned-nemesis Fethullah Gülen, raising concerns about freedom of the press. The raid came after a notorious social media whistleblower claimed that the government 'would silence critical media outlets' before the election.
Turkish police raid Gülen-linked Koza İpek companies
The remaining two arrested people in the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) trial were released July 11 by a Diyarbakır court, as the hearings will continue
Two remaining arrested suspects in KCK case released
I should say at the beginning that I won’t drown you in many complicated figures and calculations.
What is the cost of terrorism to Turkey’s economy?
Teams digging in an ancient city on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast that was once home to pirates discover a variety of artifacts, including anchors and a bath
Excavations begin anew in ‘pirate city’
The co-chair of the Kurdish problem-focused HDP has claimed the conditions in the eastern and southeastern Anatolian regions of the country were unsuitable for an election campaign due to ongoing clashes between Turkish security forces and terrorists
No suitable conditions for polls in Turkey's east, HDP says
Representatives of opposition political parties criticized police raids on media outlets of the Koza Media Group on Sept. 1, with a main opposition party forming a commission to examine pressure on media outlets in Turkey
Opposition parties critical over police raids on media outlets
Jordanian spokesperson said his country was willing to hand over an Iraqi would-be-suicide bomber if a Jordanian pilot captured by ISIL was released
Jordan says ready to release Iraqi woman militant if pilot released
A young Turkish woman shared her bruises inflicted by her ex-boyfriend in a blog as a call for help, saying that police remained reluctant to respond to her complaints
Turkish woman posts ex-boyfriend’s assaults on blog for help
Galatasaray was the busiest Turkish club on the final day of the summer transfer window, which ended at midnight on Aug. 31, sending away five players and bringing in two new names.
Galatasaray makes its mark on final day of transfer window
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