Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
A parliamentary commission tasked with the inquiry into corruption claims against four former ministers postponed on Dec. 22 a key vote on whether they should be tried at the Supreme Council.
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Everything has started to unfold at a faster pace in Turkey’s Kurdish peace bid, and in an extremely symbolic manner.
Khaled Mashaal has made a surprise appearance at an event of Turkey's ruling party, voicing his hope to 'liberate Palestine and Jerusalem'
Ironically, the original song was a praise for a bandit who participated in a rebellion against the Ottomans in the 16th century.
Category: BURAK BEKDİL
“[Y]ou possess all the attributes of a demagogue; a screeching, horrible voice, a perverse, cross-grained nature and the language of the market-place. In you all is united which is needful for governing.”
Turkey is committed to EU membership despite a bitter row over a crackdown on the media, Mahçupyan says
A 16-year-old student arrested on charges of insulting President Erdoğan has been released pending trial
Turkish Parliamentary Speaker Cemil Çiçek has issued a veiled yet public call for four ex-minister accused of corruption to be tried at the country’s Supreme Council, arguing that it would benefit the nation
A 16-year-old student has been arrested for insulting President Erdoğan in the Central Anatolian province of Konya
Baghdad requested more military and intelligence assistance from Turkey, including the delivery of weapons
Certain circles have ‘pressed the button’ to launch ‘black propaganda’ against Turkey, ostensibly over press freedom, Turkish PM Davutoğlu has alleged
Turkey’s leaders never cease to invent new annals of black humor.
In a recent speech, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan bitterly complained that “Turkish students know Einstein but not Muslim scholars.”
The voting on four ex-ministers of Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Parti) government was to take place on Dec. 22.
Deputy PM Akdoğan has released a warning to a leading military leader of the PKK who suggested that if their jailed leader would be able to attend their upcoming party congress, the peace process would achieve its purpose
'All energy will flow through Turkey just as all roads lead to Rome,' according to Davutoğlu
Galatasaray, the Istanbul side which traditionally receives a warm welcome in Diyarbakır, faces stones and protests in its latest meeting as political polarization spills onto the football pitch
Close cultural ties between Turkey and Macedonia are valuable for business and the two countries should elevate their economic relations to the level their historic partnership deserves, PM Davutoğlu says
Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu also slammed government interference that prompted a parliamentary commission to postpone a decision on whether four former ministers should stand trial on graft claims
Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
For the longer run, Erdoğan seems to be more interested in pushing his religion agenda through the education system than implementing reforms
'Is that only two articles and a news item that you have against me?' Ekrem Dumanlı, the editor-in-chief of daily Zaman asked the judge. 'Yes,' answered the latter
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