22 May 2019 Wednesday

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Lengthy detentions Turkey’s biggest problem, ECtHR judge says

Işıl Karakaş, the Turkish judge at the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), has said prolonged detentions are the most serious issue Turkey is...

[ANALYSIS] What happened to the 15 now-closed Gülen-linked universities and their assets?

The Turkish government issued a decree immediately after a failed coup in 2016 and ordered the closure of 15 universities affiliated with the faith-based...

Turkey seeks 249 suspects over claims of cheating on foreign ministry entrance exam

Authorities in Turkey have issued detention warrants for 249 people as part of an investigation into alleged cheating during exams to recruit staff for...

Turkey in 95th place in index ranking countries based on Islamic principles of governance

Turkey ranked 95th in the 2018 Islamicity Indices, a ranking of world countries based on Islamic principles of governance, The Independent’s Turkish service reported...

One out of four young Turks intends to move abroad: report

Turkey’s main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has released a report that claims a quarter of the country’s young population is interested in settling...

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Turkey ‘besieged by global media,’ pro-gov’t daily claims

The Yeni Şafak newspaper on Tuesday said Turkey is being besieged by the global media, referring to a series of digital news platforms in...