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A prosecutor’s office in Istanbul, which ordered the detention of Doğan Holding’s Ankara representative, Barbaros Muratoğlu, has cited articles published in two pro-government newspapers as evidence, daily Hürriyet has learned
The prosecutor in the Mavi Marmara case demanded its dismissal on Dec. 2, citing a reconciliation deal signed between Turkey and Israel, one day after Israel’s new ambassador to Ankara, Eitan Na’eh, arrived in the Turkish capital to take up his post
A fire broke out on Dec. 1 in the Aladağ district of the southern province of Adana, marking the second such incident in a week in the district after a dormitory fire that killed 12 people on Nov. 29, private broadcaster CNN Türk has reported
Three soldiers were killed and six were wounded in an operation against outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants in the eastern province of Hakkari early on Dec. 2, Doğan News Agency has reported
The funerals of 12 victims who lost their lives in a fire at a girls’ dormitory in the Aladağ district of the southern province of Adana were held on Dec. 1 amid initial signals from the investigation that the deadly incident occurred due to negligence
One person was killed and two others were wounded due to the explosion of a fuel tanker in Istanbul’s Büyükçekmece district on Dec. 2, Doğan News Agency has reported
The Turkish Interior Ministry reshuffled 616 local officials with a decree issued on Dec. 1, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
Hürriyet reporter Ömer Erbil will be awarded the Turkish Journalists Association’s (TGC) Sedat Simavi Award for his reporting on the danger of a collapse at Istanbul’s historic Topkapı Palace in September
A total of 12 people were killed and 24 were wounded late on Nov. 29 when a fire broke out at a private girls’ dormitory in the Aladağ district of the southern province of Adana, the governor’s office has announced
The Doğan Group has released a statement rejecting reports that an “operation” has been conducted against Doğan Holding after its Ankara representative, Barbaros Muratoğlu, was detained in Ankara early on Dec. 1
Nazmiye Kocakulak, a writer who learned to read and write at the age of 62, suffered a brain hemorrhage while being interviewed live on private Turkish broadcaster TV8 on Nov. 30, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.