US House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee: Charges against Gülen not credible

US House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee Chairman Dana Rohrabacher said during a hearing titled "Turkey after the July Coup Attempt" in...

Pro-gov’t daily says leftist newspaper to be closed down

  The pro-government Yeni Akit daily ran a controversial story on Wednesday claiming that the government is planning to close down...

AKP politician killed in armed attack in Hakkari

A politician from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), Ahmet Budak, died on Wednesday in an armed attack in...

İHD: Old torture devices make comeback during Turkey’s emergency rule

A member of Turkey’s Human Rights Association (İHD), lawyer Gülseren Yoleri, has said there is torture in Turkey’s detention centers...

Erdoğan’s expat supporters preventing Gülenists from entering mosques

With threats against followers of the Gülen movement -- also called Hizmet -- becoming common practice among supporters, particularly in...

Turkish minister indicates purges to continue with ByLock users

The Turkish government's witch-hunt against dissidents is continuing as Labor and Social Security Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu told reporters in Bursa...

CHP to take post-coup gov’t decrees to Constitutional Court

  The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) is going to take nearly all government decrees issued during a state of...

Turkey turns another Gulen-affiliated science school into religious school

A private school affiliated with the Gülen movement in the southeastern province of Adıyaman has been turned into a religious vocational...

9 more academics jailed over Gülen link

A Turkish court ruled for the arrest of nine academics in Konya on Monday due to alleged links to the...

82 arrested, 31 detained over coup charges on Sunday

  A huge cleansing of Turkey’s state and other institutions is continuing as people from all walks of life find themselves...

Turkish media says 1980 coup rule is continuing with AKP

To the dismay of observers and people in Turkey, the country has remained much the same 36 years after a...

Feud among locals leads to curfew in Black Sea town

A feud on the streets of the northern Black Sea town of Durağan on Sunday has resulted in a decision...

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