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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said his only concern is Islam, while slamming the defenders of terrorists and atheists in Turkey
‘Confrontation’ can be avoided if all armed groups quit Turkey, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said, vowing to continue security operations until all armed groups leave the country.
The co-leaders of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) have met with foreign ambassadors in Ankara to inform them about recent tension with the government, as clashes between militants and security officials have intensified
Former Turkish President Abdullah Gül has urged for a strong government formed by a grand coalition of the two parties who received the highest amount of votes in the June 7 parliamentary elections
Investigation authorization reports for nine deputies, including CHP leader, have been sent to the parliament, as separate investigations into the co-chairs of HDP have been launched.
Turkey has blocked a number of Kurdish and left-wing news websites while many users also experienced difficulty accessing Twitter and Facebook for an unspecified reason on July 25 as Turkish fighter jets continued to bomb the outlawed PKK
A 65-year-old villager in the İznik district of Turkey’s northwestern Bursa province cried over a decision to cut down around thousand olive trees along a seven-kilometer route in order to install a natural gas pipeline.
Anastasia Volochkova, the former prima ballerina of Russia’s renowned Bolshoi Ballet, has said she was bitten by “something” while swimming in the sea in southern Turkey.
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