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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Başbuğ's arrest was actually one of the first open indicators of the coming confrontation between Erdoğan and Fethullah Gülen
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan has vowed to start an operation against Gülenist public servants after the local elections on March 30
It may be hard to believe for Hürriyet Daily News readers living in Western democracies: PM Erdoğan has admitted that he attempted to manipulate a court decision through his former justice minister
Hours before President Abdullah Gül announced that he had instructed the State Auditing Board (DDK) to look into claims of widespread corruption
Mustafa Koç is Turkey’s number one industrialist by all numbers.
He was proud to say in a Hürriyet interview with Cansu Çamlıbel that the group pays 9.5 percent of its income tax in Turkey.
“One government department,” says a Turkish intelligence source, asking not to be named, “Was suspicious that some of their confidential information was leaked.
It may be interesting for many to observe that there is no improvement in Turkey mentioned on the 2013 Human Rights Report from the U.S. Department of State.
In its bimonthly meeting on Feb. 26, the National Security Board (MGK) decided to focus on the activities of Gülenists as a threat to Turkey’s security.
Turkish President Abdullah Gül approved a controversial judicial bill amid domestic and international criticism regarding increased political control over judges and prosecutors
One after another, almost on a daily basis, Turkish politics is being rocked by new telephone wiretaps on government and business figures.