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Justice Ministry statistics reveal a surge in criminal investigations in 2021

Turkey saw a surge in criminal investigations last year, with 2.4 million cases opened concerning theft, fraud and drug-related and sexual offenses, Deutsche Welle...

7 years on, families still seek justice for victims of ISIL massacre in SE Turkey

On the seventh anniversary of the killing of 33 people in an Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) suicide attack in southeastern...

Woman demanding justice for slain family members faces 4 years in prison

A Turkish public prosecutor is seeking a jail sentence of up to four years for Emine Şenyaşar, who has been demanding justice for three...

Ruling in trial of Turkey’s worst mining disaster sparks outrage among victims’ families

An executive of a mining company in western Turkey, where Turkey’s worst mining disaster took the lives of hundreds in 2014, has been handed...

Mother says justice still elusive on 7th anniversary of Berkin Elvan’s death

The mother of Berkin Elvan, a teen who was struck in the head with a gas canister fired by a police officer during the...

Human rights not protected in Turkey due to gov’t control over judiciary: report

A report authored by Italian judge Luca Perilli and recently published by the Turkey Tribunal, a civil society-led symbolic international tribunal to review and...

9 years on, families still seek justice for victims of Uludere massacre

On the ninth anniversary of the killing of 34 people in southeastern Turkey by Turkish military jets, the families of the victims are still...

Erdoğan aide slammed for urging release of Kavala, Demirtaş

Bülent Arınç, a close aide to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has attracted criticism from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its...

Erdoğan aide calls for release of political prisoners Demirtaş, Kavala

Bülent Arınç, a member of Turkey’s Presidential High Advisory Board, has expressed support for the release of jailed Kurdish politician Selahattin Demirtaş and prominent...

Right to a fair trial trampled by Turkish courts: opposition deputy

More than half of the cases in which Turkey's top court ruled that the defendant's rights had been violated involved denial of the right...

Turkish lawyers launch ‘Defense March’ against gov’t meddling

Eighty heads of bar associations across Turkey launched a march to Ankara on Saturday against attempts by the Turkish government to amend the Law...

[OPINION] The ‘execution’ of justice in Turkey

Mehmet Tahsin A terrible play had a two-week run at the Turkish parliament. The speaker of parliament, the justice minister and deputies performed their roles poorly. It...

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