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Turkey’s 2016-2018 state of emergency a ‘social genocide program’: report

Turkey’s state of emergency from 2016 to 2018 took a heavy toll on some 1.5 million citizens, turning into a “social genocide program,” according...

Turkey extends state of emergency commission mandate for a year

A presidential decree published on Thursday extended the term of a commission set up by the government to examine complaints from individuals who were adversely affected by...

Top court annuls 3 controversial state of emergency measures

Turkey’s Constitutional Court has annulled three controversial measures taken by the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) during a state of emergency declared in the aftermath of...

Erdoğan says will make Turkey center of attraction for scientists

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, whose government has removed thousands of academics from their jobs, has said his government plans to make Turkey a center of...

300 purge victim judges, prosecutors barred from obtaining law licenses: report

Three hundred judges and prosecutors who were dismissed by the Turkish government but also acquitted or cleared of charges of membership in terrorist organizations have been...

70 percent of teachers in Turkey fear losing jobs due to post-coup purge

Seventy percent of the teachers in Turkey are afraid of losing their jobs, according to a poll conducted by the Eğitim-Sen trade union, because...

Turkey’s 2-year-long state of emergency ends, to be replaced by new anti-terror laws

A two-year-long state of emergency in Turkey came to an end on Wednesday amid the introduction of a bill proposing new anti-terror laws by...

[OPINION] Erdoğan’s shenanigans are costing Turkey dearly

Abdullah Bozkurt The hastily arranged presidential decrees which completely re-designed the governance of Turkey from head to toe reveal that it will be a tremendous...

Turkey’s Constitutional Court rejects CHP application to cancel 13 gov’t decrees

Turkey’s Constitutional Court in a unanimous vote on Friday rejected a petition filed by the main opposition Republican People’s Party’s (CHP) to abrogate 13...

Some 200 judges appointed after failed coup purged by latest gov’t decree

Nearly 200 judge trainees who were recruited after a failed coup attempt in Turkey last summer have been purged by the latest government decree,...

Assets of Kurdish Institute of İstanbul seized by state-run TMSF

Turkey's Saving Deposit Insurance Fund (TMSF) on Tuesday seized the assets of the Kurdish Institute of İstanbul, which was closed down by a government...

PM Yıldırım admits new commission aims to delay ECtHR petitions

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım has admitted that a commission recently established by government decree to investigate lawsuits filed during a state of emergency...

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