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US Vice President Joe Biden tells Europe it is time to act on improving its energy security, warning of Russia's 'track record' in using energy supplies as a weapon
Turkey’s opposition parties have increased the volume in their demand for more transparency in the Kurdish peace process amid growing dissatisfaction with the amount of information that has been shared by the government on the matter.
Turkey’s intelligence agency, the police and the gendarmerie are to get exclusive authority on the personal data of citizens
A date will soon be set for the visit of a parliamentary delegation to the jailed PKK leader, Abdullah Öcalan, according to HDP) Deputy Parliamentary Group Chair Pervin Buldan
The government will not allow Kurds to destroy the unity of Turkey and will not allow the 'Lebanonization' of the country, PM Davutoğlu has vowed
Main opposition CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu accuses the government of directing Turkey’s spy agency to plot against his party
An accord to end Turkey’s decades-old Kurdish issue must be completed before the general elections scheduled for June 2015, according to HDP co-leader Selahattin Demirtaş.
The Turkish Parliament approved on Nov. 20 a motion to authorize the government to send troops to the Central African Republic and Mali as part of an EU peacekeeping force.
Justice Minister Bozdağ has defended the new presidential palace’s much-debated cost by comparing the situation to the billiard table at the Pembe Köşk, a mansion that was used by Atatürk in the 1920s.
A lawmaker from the main opposition CHP has been selected as Turkey’s most outstanding young person in the field of politics, law and public administration
Some of the main opposition lawmakers have stated that they were not surprised by their leader’s claim that the government and the country’s intelligence agency are conspiring against their party.
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