Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish authorities have denied that they are considering abandoning the World Wide Web to establish their own web alla turca with a "ttt" protocol
An Ankara district administrative court has cancelled last year’s high school entrance exam results due to miscalculation
Tensions rise as labor unions vow to march to Taksim Square on May 1 despite a possible government ban. Taksim is not the only square in Istanbul with a politically charged history
Turkish authorities will pixelate Twitter posts to eliminate all 'malicious content'
A top court ruling is likely to set a precedent for future mobbing cases in Turkey, as it made clear that it is the employer that must prove that harassment did not take place.
Turkish women have revolted to demand an end to the increasing 'leg room abuse'
Bekir Bozdağ has announced that a project to build exclusive prisons for LGBTs is underway, sparking concern that such a measure will expose them to more discrimination
The first Atheism Association has been officially founded in Turkey, becoming a legal address in an effort to stand up for the rights of atheists in the country
Turkey has been fined 1.1 million euros for the disappearance of villagers under military custody in southeastern province of Şırnak
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