The death toll from last month’s Ankara bombing has risen to 103, after one of the wounded victims died, judicial sources said Nov. 18
The results of the Nov. 1 snap election in 39 constituencies across the country will play a decisive role as to whether the country will witness a single-party or minority government after the Nov. 1 elections, according to a comprehensive review by the Istanbul-based Association of Democracy Auditors
The story of how the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) recruited militants in Turkey who then went on to kill hundreds of people around the country began in an ordinary teahouse in the country’s east
Turkish police has been put on alert to capture four suspects, who are members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and have entered Turkey from Syria for a major attack
A soldier who was killed by lightning on Oct. 22 in the Dağlıca district of southeastern Hakkari province during an operation against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) has been laid to rest in his hometown in southeastern Adıyaman province
President Erdoğan looks to find traction for his assertion that Turkey’s biggest enemies teamed up to bomb Ankara on Oct 10
Category: AYŞE ARMAN
This platform is the best thing we have experienced since the Gezi Park movement in 2013.
The Ankara Chief Prosecutor’s Office in charge of investigating the Oct. 10 double suicide bombing, which has so far killed 102 people, has focused on foreign intelligence services’ possible role in the attack
Turkey’s main opposition leader has openly and directly accused the caretaker of the interim government of providing “protection” for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), thus paving the way for the Oct. 10 Ankara double suicide bombing which killed at least 102 people
Recordings from police wiretaps of a senior militant known to have been linked with both al-Qaeda and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) revealed his and his contacts’ dedication to jihad.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
The legal restrictions imposed on the media over news of the Oct. 10 Ankara suicide bombings - in which the number of deaths hit 102 on Oct. 16 (with many heavily wounded victims still in hospital) - did not work well this time
A media ban on the investigation into the twin bombings in Ankara on Oct. 10 has been criticized by politicians from the three opposition parties and jurists, while the Ankara Bar Association took legal action against the ban.
The suicide bombers responsible for the double blasts that killed 99 people in Ankara have been on a police wanted list for the past four months, daily Hürriyet has reported
The two suspects over the deadly Oct. 10 suicide bombings in Ankara had previously been probed by Turkish prosecutors for alleged links to al-Qaeda, but the investigation was closed down
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu revealed on Oct. 12 that the government was considering the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as the “first suspect” of the Ankara twin bombings on Oct. 10 which claimed at least 97 lives so far according to official figures with reports of a rising toll
ISIL is considered a prime suspect in the double suicide bombings that killed at least 97 in Ankara. Here are the five leads that point to ISIL’s involvement in the attacks
One police officer was killed by the outlawed PKK on Oct. 9 in Turkey's southeast, as four PKK members were killed in military operations
A bomb blast killed one policeman and wounded six others in the Sur district of southeastern Diyarbakır province on Oct 10
An Istanbul prosecutor objected to the release of six suspects on Oct. 6 in the investigation of the attack on daily Hürriyet columnist Ahmet Hakan
A retired police told suspects to organize the attack targeting prominent columnist Ahmet Hakan saying, “There is a man that needs to be beaten,” according to Fuat Elmas, a suspect.
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