There are two paths standing in front of Turkey’s region – the integration of people or painful clashes – Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu says
There might be widespread concern over the sustainability of the peace process, but the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has expressed its confidence
Category: MURAT YETKİN
'We will make them pay dearly' Turkish President Erdoğan vowed in a speech in eastern Turkey’s Bayburt yesterday. 'Like they paid for what they did in Bingöl, they will pay more in future,' he said.
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu took a risky step when asking Abdullah Öcalan, the imprisoned leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) to use his influence over his followers to stop the violence
The idea of asking for the assistance of Abdullah Öcalan, the imprisoned leader of the PKK, began to become clear in the minds of Turkish officials in morning hours of Oct. 8
The Peoples’ Democratic Party has demanded that the Kurdish Communities Union make a call for restraint and calm, as the violent tension continues to simmer across Turkey
Category: MEHMET Y. YILMAZ
The hostages have been saved; this is what is important. I am not saying that how this happened is unimportant – that would be unfair to those who worked hard in this process. We can only thank them.
Category: TAHA AKYOL
The resolution process maintains its utmost importance; however, the KCK does not stop its actions of protest.
Category: İSMET BERKAN
After a recent elevator accident in which 10 people died, the subject of work safety has been discussed out loud in Turkey. We do speak, but unfortunately we forget what we speak, and to start speaking again, another terrific accident must happen.
Yurt Atayün has told an Istanbul court that he personally briefed the prime minister on faulty intel that was used in operations against the KCK, the urban wing of the PKK
Category: NURAY MERT
Now, it is the turn of “Gülenists” to be eliminated from the bureaucracy and to be deprived of any social and economic power, on the way to “the second one-party period” in Turkey.
Recent operations were being conducted with a sense of revenge, HDP's Demirtaş stated
Category: ÖZGÜR KORKMAZ
The judiciary should neither be a tool of pressure on society, nor of revenge; Turkey needs justice for all – immediately.
'This isn’t done – this is just the beginning,' Erdoğan says during a rally in Adana
Police officers, including chiefs from the anti-terror department detained as part of a probe into the alleged 'parallel state,' are set to be questioned on accusations that they wiretapped Turkey’s intelligence chief
Peoples’ Democratic Party co-leader and presidential hopeful Selahattin Demirtaş vowed to continue exerting efforts on the Kurdish issue to reach permanent peace in the country
The remaining two arrested people in the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) trial were released July 11 by a Diyarbakır court, as the hearings will continue
Those who think the PKK will withdraw from armed struggle before the Kurdish people live in a 'free and democratic' society are 'dreamers,' senior PKK member Cemil Bayık said
Prosecutors have opened a lawsuit against former Diyarbakır Mayor Osman Baydemir on charges of insulting Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, demanding two years in jail
Turkey has drawn praise from the Council of Europe for its recent judicial moves to allow citizens to apply directly to the country’s highest court ahead of a European-wide convention of constitutional court judges.
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