Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish President Erdoğan has once again loudly announced his refusal to recognize the 'legitimacy' of Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
'Equality is turning the victim into an oppressor by force or vice versa. What women need is to be able to be equivalent rather than equal,' Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said
Prime Minister Davutoğlu has slammed the use of Wikipedia in academic work
Former Turkish President Abdullah Gül began his first foreign trip since leaving office to visit Britain and Canada
The main opposition CHP claims that the Education Ministry has been seized by the president’s son, Bilal Erdoğan, and an Islamic-leaning foundation with which he is closely involved
Time has proven that the involvement of any third party would further complicate Turkey’s Kurdish peace process instead of helping it, President Erdoğan has said
The Constitutional Court has issued verdicts on amendments to two controversial laws
Turkey's Council of State suspended Nov. 7 a controversial project to build a coal plant in a western town, hours after thousands of olive trees in the area were rooted out by the energy firm amid locals' resistance
Four Turkish parliamentarians will attend a seminary on fundamental rights and protecting LGBTI people from discrimination organized by the European Parliament in Albania’s capital Tirana on Nov. 20-21.
A Turkish energy company that drew public ire by cutting down thousands of olive trees has defended itself in its first statement since the incident
A group of locals are rallying against the threat of an urgent land expropriation for the construction of an industrial-scale wind turbine power plant near Marmariç, İzmir
The Environment Ministry has approved a gold mining project in a preserved rural area in the storied Kaz Mountains, which will impact 24 villages, a preserved lake and several archeological sites
A member of Parliament was injured on Nov. 19 in a car crash that occurred near the headquarters of Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP).
A 58-year-old man died after a poplar tree he was cutting fell down on him in the Black Sea province of Zonguldak on Nov. 19.
Some 16 ISIL militants are currently imprisoned in Turkey, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ says
A seven-year-old boy whose father was attempting to take him to Denmark without the permission of his mother was prevented at the last minute at Istanbul’s Sabiha Gökçen Airport just before take-off
A teenager has been tortured and buried alive by his lover’s family, in a new “honor killing” incident in a western province of Turkey
One man was arrested Nov. 23 for his alleged involvement in the murder of nine Afghan migrants in the northwestern province of Edirne near the Bulgarian border
President Erdoğan has called on African states to 'beware of dangerous organizations operating in their country,' in clear reference to Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen’s movement
Turkey and Iraq have reinforced their pledge to mend ties during the Turkish prime minister’s visit to the Iraqi capital of Baghdad
Hakan Dinçyürek, Minister of the Environment and Natural Resources, insists that his government will not give up rights to natural resources on and around the island
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