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Students at Bingöl University in southeastern Turkey have begun a hunger strike to protest “unfair” disciplinary proceedings initiated by the administration against students who issued press statements on the university’s campus.
The International Press Institute’s (IPI) Turkish National Committee has announced that it will start a campaign against the increasing number of defamation lawsuits targeting journalists in Turkey. President Erdoğan's initiative is described as 'dangerous development for democracy.'
British actress has lent her support to skirt-wearing Turkish men who marched in Istanbul
Kurdish problem-focused HDP's deputy Sebahat Tuncel, who was sentenced for being a member of the outlawed PKK, should be retried, as her right to a free and timely trial was violated, Turkey's Constitutional Court has ruled.
A group of men has shown up in Istanbul's iconic Taksim Square wearing skirts in support of Turkish women victimized by the recent wave of male violence. Here is the video and the photos of the unusual event
Amnesty International’s annual report has noted the rise in authoritarian practices in Turkey despite progress in reducing detention periods
Thousands have marched in Istanbul to protest the domestic security bill being debated at Turkey's parliament. But why is the bill creating such an uproar? Here is an explanation in seven points
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has fined Turkey for violating Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, on the grounds that an investigation against a Turkish citizen was conducted ineffectively
An Ankara court has rejected a lawsuit filed by the Health Ministry against the Turkish doctors who assisted injured protesters during the Gezi protests
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