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50 honorary consuls in Turkey found to have been involved in crime, research reveals

A global investigation titled “Shadow Diplomats” has revealed that 16 percent of more than 300 honorary consuls representing foreign countries in Turkey, most of...

Top prosecutor demands reversal of mob boss’s 17-year prison sentence

The Chief Public Prosecutor's Office of Turkey's Supreme Court of Appeals has demanded that the court overturn a 17-year prison sentence handed down to...

Turkish women’s rights activists urge authorities to take action against stalking

Women’s rights activists in Turkey have urged authorities to amend the Turkish Penal Code (TCK) to make stalking a punishable crime, the Stockholm Center...

Neo-nationalist leader claims Erdoğan real target of gangster’s bombshell claims

Doğu Perinçek, a neo-nationalist ally of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and leader of the Homeland Party (VP), has argued that the real target of...

Erdoğan silent as far-right ally supports minister over shocking claims of mob boss

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has remained silent as his election ally, Devlet Bahçeli, leader of the far-right Nationalist Movement Party (MHP), voiced support...

Bar associations demand investigation into scandalous claims of mob boss

Two Turkish bar associations have demanded an investigation into bombshell allegations made by a mafia boss while at the same time filing criminal complaints...

Turkish journalists faced 47 life sentences in 3-month period: report

Various Turkish journalists in the past three months faced 46 aggravated life sentences, one life sentence and 3,023 years, 10 months in prison in...

Teacher who called Atatürk ‘biggest devil’ arrested on insult charges

A primary school teacher in Turkey’s eastern province of Malatya was arrested bya court on Monday on charges of insulting Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the...

Turkish police say ignoring ‘petty’ crimes amid massive gov’t purge

Can Ataklı, a columnist for the Sözcü daily, argued in his column on Saturday that Turkish police are no longer responding to complaints of...

Turkish PM to youths: Social media messages of ‘criminal nature’ will cause you trouble

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım on Tuesday warned young people to be careful about their social media messages, saying that posts of a "criminal...

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