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‘A state will naturally protect its youth, its people from bad habits,’ PM Erdoğan says while defending a recent and controversial ban on alcohol use, sale and marketing.
Irked by 'tipsy youth', Turkish PM defends booze restrictions
Demolition awaits three skyscrapers spoiling Istanbul's historic silhouette.
Istanbul's silhouette-spoiling skyskrapers may be torn down after court ruling
Turkey's new alcohol law may have a dissuasive effect, says the world's leading spirits firm.
Alcohol restrictions to damage Turkey's image, warns Diageo
This week, yet another court decision underlined the limits of free speech in Turkey
Ankara residents, bidding to protest a “moral warning” for kissing couples in a local subway station, managed to complete a scheduled “kissing demonstration” at the Kurtuluş metro station.
Protestors in Ankara go through with ‘kissing action’ despite police mobilization
A father has confessed to killing his own son, but denied it was due to his sexual orientation, during the latest hearing in a landmark homosexual murder case.
Father confesses to killing his own son in landmark homosexual murder case
A fierce row over whether to arm Syrian rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad's forces has left the European Union deeply divided.
Row on arming Syria rebels deeply divides EU, Britain and France loose support
During his Reyhanlı visit, Turkish PM Erdoğan accused al-Assad of being involved in the bombings.
'Those who seek to preserve their dictatorship disrupted our peace', Turkish PM says in Reyhanlı
Turkey has managed to bring down its current account deficit, a problem that could have posed risks just like the ones in Greece, Deputy PM Ali Babacan has said.
Current account measures saved Turkey from Greece-like problems: Deputy PM
Nationalist Movement Party leader Devlet Bahçeli accused Turkish PM Erdoğan of trying to divide the country at another massive meeting organized in Adana.
Turkish PM Erdoğan's aim is to divide the country: Nationalist leader
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