Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Hundreds of women in Turkey have taken to the social media to protest the call on them to 'not laugh in public'
An İzmir court has ruled in favor of the 24 children, saying that they had the “right” to protest
The ministry had argued that the Dostlar Tiyatrosu group’s application for public funds to stage Nikolai Gogol’s 'Diary of a Madman' did not fill the defined 'assessment benchmarks'
The case was related to the death of a passerby during a protest in 2006 due to the effects of tear gas
Turkey’s Constitutional Court has ruled that the murder of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink was not efficiently probed and the rights of his family were therefore violated
This year could hit a macabre new record, with 123 murders reported by July 11\ as activists slam the policies and attitudes of government officials
Ayşe Deniz Karacagil joined the PKK after learning that she faced 98 years in prison for particpating in demos
Animal rights activists demonstrated over the weekend against the use of coach horses on Istanbul’s Prince’s Islands, launching a campaign to raise awareness
The tweet is about Turkey's Transportation Minister Lütfi Elvan. A Turkish court had rejected a request for its removal under the right to free speech
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