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A government-led reform package adopted by Parliament in March 2014 prohibited discrimination and hate crimes, but not on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity
The income collected by the sale of clothes will be donated to transgender people in need
Turkey's Council of State suspended Nov. 7 a controversial project to build a coal plant in a western town, hours after thousands of olive trees in the area were rooted out by the energy firm amid locals' resistance
Activists criticized the Justice Ministry for remaining silent in cases of violence and abuse against children in prisons
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has fined Turkey a total of 58,000 euros in five separate cases for violations of the European Convention on Human Rights
Four Turkish parliamentarians will attend a seminary on fundamental rights and protecting LGBTI people from discrimination organized by the European Parliament in Albania’s capital Tirana on Nov. 20-21.
Prosecutors had accused the defendant of 'humiliating all religious values of a pious country' and argued that the graffiti could potentially 'disrupt public peace'
The Constitutional Court has issued verdicts on amendments to two controversial laws
'The Pussycat Riot' association plays the national anthems countries notorious for censoring Internet content
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