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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
There has long been a “belief” that Turkey has been heavily involved in the ongoing civil war in Syria by helping anti-regime rebels in their fight against President Bashar al-Assad.
The embattled prime minister of Turkey fears, and eventually will admit, that his over a decade-long era is nearing its end
By putting an old but influential figure on trial, the AKP government might create a 'new hero,' who would become more powerful and dangerous for its rule
Desperately fighting back against the anti-government protests engulfing Turkey, the Turkish prime minister was going to great lengths in his smear campaign against the Gezi protesters
The diplomatic solution to the ongoing Syrian civil war made baby steps last week while the government and opposition have at least managed to hold face-to-face talks
The talks between the Syrian opposition and the government tilted toward an unsurprising end of collapse while the two sides cannot even stand each other in a same room
Turkey’s now-frozen corruption scandal has not been sending tremors only to the country’s deeply divided political spectrum, but also has been paralyzing its judiciary system entirely
For the last couple of days, the codes and rules, which have been turned upside-down by Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), have become hard to keep up with since the AKP was forced to fight a self-created “monster.”
A fierce battle has started. In the red corner, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) that has been ruling the country with the main vow of ending corruption and bringing a “clean” political start
It has been a never-ending debate as to who used chemical gas on civilians in Syria.
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