Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A lawmaker from the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has submitted a bill to Parliament to declare Dec. 17 as “anti-corruption day,” in referencing Dec. 17, 2013, the day when the first corruption probe hit headlines.
Turkey’s foreign minister has confirmed that the country has been providing assistance to KRG Peshmerga forces to cross into the Syrian border town of Kobane in order to fight against jihadists.
Öcalan’s living conditions came into question after the peace process started
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has described Istanbul’s iconic Taksim Square as “the world’s ugliest square”
President Erdoğan says the best possible opportunities have already been provided for PKK leader Öcalan
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Former State Security Court (DGM) prosecutor Nuh Mete Yüksel, who has a controversial record as a prosecutor, has faced strong protests as he bid to vote at the Bar Association election in Ankara.
A senior executive of Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party has suggested that both the Constitution and the Constitutional Court have been hampering the government’s work, describing them as a “hobble.”
There are two paths standing in front of Turkey’s region – the integration of people or painful clashes – Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu says
Turkey's opposition parties have slammed a prosecutor's decision to abort the massive corruption probe implicating the government
Talk of an early election that has gradually gained momentum in the Turkish capital has prompted the country’s top election board to kick off its preparations for a parliamentary election
'It is very hard to understand why the government decided to attack the PKK. President Erdoğan is focused on increasing his votes, not to solve the Kurdish problem,' a senior deputy of Turkey's ruling AKP has reportedly told BBC Turkish on condition of anonymity
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