Photographers have flocked to the Turkish resort of Bodrum to photograph recently migrated flamingos.
Ali Tarakçı, a journalist for private broadcaster Akit TV, was injured in a gun attack in the Esenyurt district on Nov. 20, which allegedly erupted after a brawl in traffic, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
A cold weather front sweeping in from the Balkans hit Turkey on Nov. 20, causing temperatures to drop significantly.
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) is planning to finalize harmonizing the existing legislation with the approved constitutional amendments until March 2018, AKP deputy leader Hayati Yazıcı has said, adding that the ruling party might refer the laws to the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) before submitting them to parliament.
Turkey’s EU Minister Ömer Çelik on Nov. 19 called for investigating the chain of command involved in a NATO drill in Norway during which the names of the Turkish president and founder appeared on an “enemy list.”
Turkey has failed to Europe’s legal sphere and the situation in Turkey has become even more difficult since the July 2016 coup attempt, mainly after the declaration of the state of emergency, according to former ECHR judge and CHP deputy Rıza Türmen.
Turkish police filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against prominent Fetullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) members, security officials said on Nov. 19, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.