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Erdoğan bid farewell to his parliamentary group during his address on July 22, saying it would be his last group meeting if he is elected president next month
A total of 67 people were detained as part of two investigations conducted by the anti-terror unit, one into 'espionage' allegations and the other into the 'illegal wiretapping'
During the speech, Erdoğan wore a scarf resembling a keffiyeh across his shoulders, symbolizing solidarity with the Palestinians
Any return by President Abdullah Gül to the AKP as party chairman will have to wait at least 10 months, Erdoğan has said, strongly implying that he does not regard his longtime friend as a potential premier
CHP has strongly dismissed an explanation from the Foreign Ministry and insisted the Kürecik radar base in Malatya has actually “become an element of Israel’s air defense system”
Turkey is adding to regional turmoil, Selahattin Demirtaş, the presidential candidate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party, tells the Hürriyet Daily News
FM Davutoğlu described the region as “the center of the divine revelation that raised consciences and humanity”
A court sentenced Rezan Zuğurli to over four years in prison after she was identified as a demonstrator captured in camera footage throwing stones at police
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
A top official audit board report into the 1993 Sivas Massacre has declared that the Turkish state is responsible for the arson attack on the Madımak Hotel
As water evaporated up to 270 meters within 12 days, the number of dead flamingos in Lake Tuz, which is home to the largest flamingo colony in Mediterranean countries, has reached 50.
Activists in Turkey have gathered along several rivers across the country to protest the scores of hydroelectric plant projects (HES) and dams that threaten the environment
Local authorities in Antalya’s Demre district have taken new decisions regarding the region’s Kekova Cove, opening two areas to swimming and changing routes for boats that visit daily.
Around 28,500 patients are currently waiting for organ transplants in Turkey, according to data from the Health Ministry.
The construction of two artificial ponds near the top of the landing slope made the structure prone to landslides, experts have said, pointing at a major engineering mistake
Israel said it was reducing its diplomatic delegation in Turkey to the 'minimum required' uly 18, after violent pro-Palestinian protests that it linked to the Turkish government’s fiery public criticism of Israel
Two autopsy reports were read during the second hearing of the trial into the murder of Ali İsmail Korkmaz, with both suggesting that the Gezi protester died of a head trauma
The number of overall women murders is showing a sharp increase, CHP deputy Nazlıaka warns
A Turkish student claims that he was drunk when he stabbed a cat to death, filming the gory scene. ‘I would like to pay all the expenses of the owners,’ he adds
PM Erdoğan’s strong-worded criticism against Israel and the US over the former’s military operations in Gaza has transformed into a diplomatic spat between Ankara and Washington
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has pledged to “work night and day to remove the colonialists” from the Middle East.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioğlu is also set to hold talks in Washington where he will also brief U.S. officials about Turkey’s position on the issue
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