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The suspects detained on charges of 'illegal wiretapping, spying and fraud' in an operation on July 22 had been monitoring the private lives of the people they allegedly wiretapped illegally
A local court in Erzurum has reduced the sentence of a husband who attacked his wife after seeing her with another man arguing that her wearing tights could be described as 'provocative'
Four inmates escaped from a prison in the Aegean city of Denizli on July 29, as the search continues for two of them after two having already been captured by security forces
An Istanbul-based association has been shut down after being accused of using ISIL symbols and sending jihadists to Syria
Miraculously none of the 52 passengers were hurt as a bus travelling from Istanbul to Çanakkale caught on fire
Five girls between the ages of 11 and 14 drowned in a pond which is used for irrigation in the southeastern province of Batman on
A Turkish court ordered that 11 more police officers be kept in custody pending trial over accusations that they used wiretaps to spy on PM Erdoğan and his inner circle
At least 108 people have been killed and 4,002 injured in crashes across Turkey since July 26, as hundreds of thousands of citizens hit the roads to mark the Eid al-Fitr holiday
Caner Ekin, a 32-year-old with Down’s Syndrome, managed to cross the Bosphorus for the fourth time
A video allegedly showing jihadists gathered for prayer in the rural part of Istanbul has sparked concerns
Turkey’s presidential hopefuls have continued campaigning by sending text messages to mobile phone users.
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