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The Doğan Media Group’s Publishing Principles Committee has reaffirmed its commitment to non-partisan, impartial reporting at a meeting in Istanbul.
The paper published an editorial over the latest remarks by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan targeting daily Hürriyet, urging a discontinuation of the harsh policies toward democracy and press freedom
Family physicians are going on a three-day strike as of May 20 to protest working on weekends, an obligation which was brought forth by the health ministry.
Members of the International Press Institute (IPI)’s Executive Board called on Turkish President Erdoğan to 'immediately halt a disingenuous campaign of vilification' against the Doğan Media Group
Thousands of Algerian women have given a leg up to a student who failed a university exam after authorities concluded that her skirt was too short. Here are the photos from the latest social media protest
Turkey’s leading women have met for the ‘Single Voice for Women’ event. ‘Our voice is stronger when we are together,’ Hürriyet chairwoman Vuslat Doğan Sabancı says
Production at Fiat’s Turkish car manufacturer halted on May 15, as workers joined colleagues from Renault, another auto maker part-owned by a European giant, as they protested wages and other employment conditions, company officials and media reports said.
We are not afraid of defending our right to freedom of the press, free speech and freedom to criticize, which are all guaranteed by the constitution, daily Hürriyet tells President Erdoğan
Twelve Armenians from Dersim, an older name of the eastern Turkish province of Tunceli, were baptized in an Armenian church in Istanbul on May 9, daily Agos has reported.
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