Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkey is undergoing a 'worrying rollback' on human rights under Erdoğan, Human Rights Watch says
The use of slogans such as 'The murderer state will pay' and 'We will fight until we tear the oligarchy down' is not a crime, Turkish prosecutors have ruled
Some in the east of Turkey began their education in gardens after the authorities deemed several schools planning to offer education in the Kurdish language 'illegal'
Ekin and Emrullah confronted social pressures by holding an open celebration to mark their wedding
'Mentioning Turkey alongside the [North] Korean regime and the [Abdel Fattah] el-Sisi regime in Egypt is just a kind of operation, not an intellectual analysis,' Çelik tweeted
A journalist has been sentenced to 11 months and 20 days of prison on Sept. 23 on charges of insulting the then-PM Erdoğan in a book on last year’s Gezi protests
The new legal amendments should be overturned, Human Rights Watch says
The Turkish education system is still inadequately equipped to ensure respect for parents’ religious convictions, Euro court says
The new school year has opened with only two students at an elementary school for the Greek minority on the island of Gökçeada, which was reopened last year after 49 years of being closed.
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