Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
'The response attributed to President Obama with regards to Mr. Gülen is not accurate,' a White House official said in a written statement to daily Hürriyet
İlker Başbuğ's release comes one day after the Constitutional Court ruled that his imprisonment was a 'right violation'
A fresh recording of an alleged conversation between PM Erdoğan and a media boss was leaked, apparently featuring the owner of daily Milliyet being reduced to tears by Erdoğan’s harsh rebuke.
PM Erdoğan’s threat to shut down Facebook and YouTube “if necessary” via a controversial recent law has drawn considerable reactions in the international media
The Gülen community has schools in more than 100 countries, which are widely seen as successful institutions
Turkish PM Erdoğan has threatened to shut down Facebook and YouTube ‘if necessary.’ President Abdullah Gül, however, says a ban of the two websites was ‘out of the question’
Turkey’s top court paves the way for the potential release of former Chief of Staff İlker Başbuğ, ruling that his rights were violated in the Ergenekon trial
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Gül has put an end to a controversial era in Turkish judicial history
'They say, ‘He will not be able to become the President.’ Forget about it! Let’s pass March 30 and we’ll start talking about that too,' Erdoğan said
Bozdağ rules out the possibility of a Red Notice for the Islamic scholar
Interfering in judicial and trade matters is ‘natural,’ PM Erdoğan says, implicitly admitting that leaked conversations are genuine