Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The trial in Diyarbakır over the killing of a 17-year-old man by his father for his sexual orientation is considered as crucial for ending the impunity in hate crimes against LGBTs
An Egyptian court has decided to release Turkish journalist Metin Turan pending trial, almost four months after his arrested
A stadium’s construction frame collapsed in the Central Anatolian province of Konya, injuring five workers.
The 110 families living in a container city formed after the earthquake are continuing their collective hunger strike in turns to protest at a decision to evacuate the camp
The Turkish media’s stance during the Gezi protests dominated speeches delivered at a conference on the French and Turkish media in Istanbul
The announcement ended months of speculation on whether Önder, a prominent figure in the Gezi Park protests, intended to run despite his candidacy potentially dividing the votes of the opposition
The Cizre district governorate has refused to give permission for an investigation into a gendarmerie officer's killing of a baby with a gas grenade
Turkey’s top judiciary authority has launched an inquiry into a prosecutor and a judge, who were seen sleeping in the courtroom during the hearing of Ethem Sarısülük's murder case
The education system has made remarkable progress over the past nine years, OECD’s latest PISA survey has revealed.
In December Istanbul will meet “the blind’s world” as the “Dialogue in the Dark” social enterprise opens its first exhibition in the city’s Gayrettepe district
Judges in the ongoing trial of a police officer who shot dead Gezi protester Ethem Sarısülük unexpectedly withdrew from the case