Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkey still heads the notorious list of countries sued or convicted at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), but the number of applications against Ankara has recently been falling.
A Turkish court has ruled that the owner of a hamam, Turkish bath, in Istanbul is to pay 3,000 Turkish Liras for discriminating against a transgender woman by denying her entry
The Justice Ministry has described the killing of the 34 villagers by a Turkish military airstrike in 2011 in Roboski as a 'mistake'
Freedom House’s annual report emphasized the impact President Erdoğan has had on the decline of democracy in Turkey
Turkey's ruling AKP deputies have presented yet another bill to boost the government's control over Internet. Last minute amendments to an omnibus bill stipulate that Turkish PM and his ministers will be able to shut down websites for reasons including "national security" without a court order.
A 'neighborhood's honor,' not a panic button, can protect women from violence, an AKP deputy suggests, prompting opposition anger
A new regulation will pave the way for the sale to private companies of citizens' personal information gathered at Turkey’s Social Security Institution (SGK).
The ECHR has fined Turkey 20,000 euros for ineffective investigation into the disappearance of Mustafa Saygı, who was stopped and apprehended by soldiers while on his way home in 1994 in Şanlıurfa
Twitter has withheld scores of tweets from Turkish journalists and media outlets, after a court ruling issued over a complaint filed by a judge on the grounds that his personal rights were damaged
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