5 Turkish generals stationed in northern Syria resign

Five generals in the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) have submitted their resignations, including the commander and deputy commander of a mechanized division...

Turkey to extend state of emergency until July 20

Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım announced on Thursday that a currently ongoing state of emergency will be extended for three more...

Grey Wolves pose danger for minorities in Germany, Jewish advocacy group warns

A recent study drafted by a leading global Jewish advocacy organization has warned that the Grey Wolves, the far-right Ülkücü...

Turkey’s Boğaziçi University dismisses its first academic, bringing total to 7,317

Noémi Levy-Aksu, an assistant professor of history at Turkey’s prestigious Boğaziçi University, has been dismissed from her position, the GazeteDuvar.com...

Turkish pro-government columnist warns US about ‘new 9/11’

“If the internal stress in the US goes on like this, the possibility of another 9/11 is not all that...

Turkey recalls spying religious attaché from Netherlands

The Turkish government has recalled Yusuf Acar, the religious attaché of the Turkish government in the Netherlands, who recently admitted...

5 journalists detained as part of widening gov’t crackdown on media

Five journalists out of 42, for whom detention orders were issued in government-led move, were detained as part of an...

Body of man wanted for Gülen links found in Maritsa River

The body of Murat Zümre, a computer engineer at the 15th Missile Base Command in İstanbul who was dismissed from...

Turkey approves constitutional amendments vesting enormous powers in president

The parliamentary Constitution Commission has approved amendments to the Turkish Constitution proposed by the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP)...

Turkish court bans Periscope over copyright violation

A Turkish court on Tuesday banned all services of Periscope, a live video broadcasting platform owned by Twitter and popularly...

New gov’t decree paves way for sale of companies seized by state from critics

A new government decree issued on Thursday makes possible the sale of companies seized by the state as part of...

Elderly man sentenced to read, summarize Erdoğan’s biography for insulting him

An İstanbul court sentenced 75-year-old Ali Şahin, who was accused of insulting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, to read and...

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