Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The 'Saturday Mothers' will meet for the 500th time today since their first gathering in the mid-1990s
The 'domestic security package' that the Turkish government is preparing may introduce unprecedented new measures on social media, including special prison sentences for Internet users who call for protests
An investigation has been concluded into a professor from Istanbul University, after a lecturer filed a complaint claiming that his thesis study was interrupted by the professor due to his Kurdish identity.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the rights of two terror victims were violated by separate courts
Şişli Municipality has agreed to provide free examinations and free STD tests every three months to LGBTs
The ECHR rules that Turkey violated Article 10 and Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, on freedom of expression and the right to free elections
Several animal cadavers have been found in an Istanbul home - Warning: Images may disturb some readers
A Turkish LGBT association has launched a new campaign against self-help books describing homosexuality and transsexuality as a 'disease'
The European Court of Human Rights has fined Turkey 11,200 euros for failing to provide adequate legal assistance while Önder Çarkçı was in custody, violating his right to a fair trial
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