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A number of students and locals have started to occupy the gardens in order to prevent the felling of more trees overnight
Category: SONER ÇAĞAPTAY
Turkey is long defined by political schisms. Recent tensions between the governing AKP and the Gülen movement have made the country appear once more to be teetering.
The new intel law aims to introduce legal immunity to the agency’s officials negotiating with the PKK, BDP's Pervin Buldan warns in an interview with Hürriyet
The ruling AKP introduced motions aimed at retouching controversial parts of the bill
The first exhibition of the ‘BAK: Revealing the City through Memory’ project recently wrapped up in Istanbul, but will continue in the country, showing off the works of artists interpreting the city
Abdullah Öcalan has said a general amnesty cannot be a solution to the Kurdish problem
Category: SERKAN DEMİRTAŞ
Although there is less than two months to go until local elections and although they are deemed to be crucially significant for the future domestic political landscape
Category: SEDAT ERGİN
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled for Turkey 182 violations last year, in a total of 118 judgments.
Claims that a mosque and tomb have been constructed on the remains of a historical church in Diyarbakır stir controversy, but some officials say it was not a church
Living in the diaspora and dealing with emotions of disconnect and longing are very difficult to grasp for those who have never lived away from their homes, wherever that ‘home’ may be.
A new era started in Turkey one year ago but it was not even named properly. Some call it the “peace process,” others “resolution process.”
Security forces have seized 250 kilograms of drugs and ammunition in an operation backed by air support in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır.
The ongoing process to find a peaceful solution to the Kurdish issue will come to an end if the government becomes engrossed in electoral arithmetic, Abdullah Öcalan said
An official lawsuit has been filed against the family of child bride Kader Ertem, her husband and the husband’s family
The 'Gezi Martyrs and Wounded Platform' was formally established following a meeting at the Istanbul Bar Association
Some 88 people, who have been tried under detention in the ongoing case into the KCK, appealed to the Constitutional Court for their release
Countries like Germany and Iran are complicating Turkey’s efforts to end a militant Kurdish insurgency at perceived injustice, Deputy Prime Minister Beşir Atalay said
MİT has denied any involvement in the killings of three Kurdish women in Paris last year
Category: VERDA ÖZER
Last week, the Turkish General Staff’s Military Prosecutor’s Office announced its verdict of the non-prosecution of the “Uludere massacre.”