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Hunger striker academic Nuriye Gülmen released

An Ankara court on Friday released academic Nuriye Gülmen, who has been on a hunger strike for 268 days to protest her arbitrary dismissal...

Report: 331 more soldiers detained in last week on coup charges

Police detained at least 331 Turkish soldiers over the past week in Tekirdağ province as part of an investigation into the Gülen movement, which...

2 former judges detained while fleeing to Greece

Former judges Bülent Kınay and Fatih Mehmet Uslu were detained by Turkish security forces while trying to flee to Greece from Turkey’s Edirne province...

Turkish police academy head: Over 22,000 purged from police force following coup attempt

Yılmaz Çolak, president of Turkey’s police academy, said on Friday that more than 22,000 police officers had been dismissed from the job as part...

Turkey’s top judicial body dismisses 39 more judges, prosecutors over Gülen links

Turkey's top judicial body, the Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSK), on Thursday dismissed 39 judges and public prosecutors over alleged links to the...

Turkish military officer seeks asylum in Cyprus, official says

A Turkish military officer, along with his wife, is seeking asylum in Greek Cyprus after sailing into a port on the island’s southern coast...

Medical doctor arrested in Bolu on charges of ByLock use

  S.Ç., a physician who was fired from her job by government decree last year, was arrested by a court in Bolu province on Thursday...

CoE experts discuss freedom of expression, terrorism with Turkish officials in Ankara

Experts from the Council of Europe (CoE) visited the Turkish capital of Ankara and held discussions with officials from Turkey's Justice Ministry on Thursday...

Turkish-Armenian intellectual says failed coup staged to purge Gülen followers

Turkish-Armenian linguist and writer Sevan Nişanyan, who escaped from a prison in İzmir in July, shared his take on a failed coup in Turkey...

Top appeals court president raises public concerns over Turkish judiciary

Turkey's Supreme Court of Appeals President İsmail Rüştü Cirit has said there are serious concerns among the public over the judicial system in Turkey,...

Jailed jurist’s daughter says ostracized by professors, classmates before father’s death

Buket Erdoğan, the daughter of recently deceased former Supreme Court of Appeals member Mustafa Erdoğan, said her lecturers and classmates would pretend not to...

[UPDATE] 922 more, including 120 academics, 190 diplomats dismissed by gov’t

With two new decrees that Turkey issued on Friday morning, enabled by state of emergency powers, 922 more people, including 120 academics and 190...

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