Category: ÖZGÜR KORKMAZ
Under fire from the opposition over massive corruption allegations, Erdoğan is increasing his religious tone at election rallies ahead of the March 30 local polls
Category: YILMAZ ÖZDİL
CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu renewed the list of his possessions and posted it on the CHP’s website… he wanted to put into a difficult situation those who could not explain their wealth
'They say, ‘He will not be able to become the President.’ Forget about it! Let’s pass March 30 and we’ll start talking about that too,' Erdoğan said
Category: MURAT YETKİN
Hours before President Abdullah Gül announced that he had instructed the State Auditing Board (DDK) to look into claims of widespread corruption
PM Erdoğan’s alleged order to interfere in a court case provides more grist for the mill for CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu to continue pounding the premier
Opposition parties have ratcheted up their criticisms against the government over massive corruption and graft claims in their pre-election rallies
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has continued his salvo against the opposition during his party’s rally in the southern province of Adıyaman
Category: MUSTAFA AKYOL
Turkey’s political war is getting only more intense every week, as more ammunition is being fired by the warring sides.
CHP ordered not to prefix the name of Erdoğan with either 'Prime Minister' or even 'Mr.'
CHP leader Kılıçdaroğlu slammed the government over corruption allegations during his first election rally in Çanakkale
As absurd as the question in the headline sounds, this is what a Turkish minister said in 2009 when a main opposition party lawmaker criticized the practice of widespread wiretapping in the country.
The CHP took to the streets of Istanbul to throw away millions of fake bills, in protest against the latest leaked voice recordings
Gov't officials say a phone call recording allegedly taking place between the PM and his son about how to is 'montaged,' while the opposition party defends the opposite view
Turkey’s main opposition leader has accused the prime minister and the government of keeping silent over earlier wiretapping concerns
This time, it was two pro-government newspapers, Star and Yeni Şafak, that ran a wiretapping scandal in Turkey to kick the week off on Monday (Feb. 24) morning.
The head of the main opposition CHP, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, has claimed that the leaked voice recording of a conversation between the prime minister and his son is genuine.
The Gov't slammed the claims while opposition voices expressed little surprise
A law expanding the MİT's powers is set to be discussed at a commission, with concerns on confidentiality still in the air
Parliament has started discussing a new bill from the AK Parti, which would give extra powers to its National Intelligence Organization
Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu accused PM Erdoğan of creating a Mukhaberat-style secret police