Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Describing President Erdoğan as the “reasonable suspect” in the corruption case that was recently dropped, MHP leader Devlet Bahçeli said his “grey wolves” would be closely tracking Erdoğan for any further wrongdoing.
The ruling AKP plans to formally raise the issue of a possible early election and make the required legislative preparations after the budget debate in Parliament in December.
Turkey’s foreign minister has confirmed that the country has been providing assistance to KRG Peshmerga forces to cross into the Syrian border town of Kobane in order to fight against jihadists.
A lawmaker from the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has submitted a bill to Parliament to declare Dec. 17 as “anti-corruption day,” in referencing Dec. 17, 2013, the day when the first corruption probe hit headlines.
There are two paths standing in front of Turkey’s region – the integration of people or painful clashes – Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu says
Talk of an early election that has gradually gained momentum in the Turkish capital has prompted the country’s top election board to kick off its preparations for a parliamentary election
Former State Security Court (DGM) prosecutor Nuh Mete Yüksel, who has a controversial record as a prosecutor, has faced strong protests as he bid to vote at the Bar Association election in Ankara.
Transportation Minister Lütfi Elvan complains of ‘provocations’
The German Federal Government’s Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Aid Christoph Strasser is paying a five-day visit to Turkey
Ekin and Emrullah have lost their jobs, been evicted from their home and face death threats from family members
With autumn comes the season of migration for loggerhead turtles, also known as caretta caretta, to leave the Turkish Mediterranean shores for the open seas
Turkey’s forestry and water affairs minister has brushed aside concerns and scientific analyses regarding the drought threatening the salty Lake Tuz in Central Anatolia, the country’s second largest lake
A new hydroelectric plant project on the Black Sea coast has this time managed to upset not only environmentalists and locals, but also hippy souls from the 1960s - staunch fans of Volkswagen’s legendary beetle cars
The Ebola virus is 'not as bad as it looks,' Turkish Airlines CEO Kotil said after a meeting of aviation leaders
Clashes erupted between rival student groups on Oct. 17 at Ege University in the Aegean province of İzmir.
An Ankara University rector has criticized the current academic system that does not permit private budgets to be spent on student scholarships but does on personal expenditures.
A delivery man for dailies Özgür Gündem and Azadiya Welat was shot dead by unidentified individuals
The Turkish man who is suspected of killing a Chechen leader in Turkey last year has been detained and confessed to the murder, claiming that “pro-Russian Chechens” had made him shoot the victim.
A man was caught attempting to rape a 4-year-old boy last week at Istanbul’s Haseki Hospital, the Health Employees Union has said
On arrival, John Bass described Turkey and the U.S. as 'long-time friends and strategic partners'
Despite the government’s aspiration to hold a seat at the U.N.’s most powerful body, Turkey has failed in its effort to join the Security Council.
President Erdoğan met President Ghani, his first vice president Abdul Rashid Dostum, and his former poll rival Abdullah Abdullah, who took the new role of 'chief executive'
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