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PKK to Free Turkish Prisoners Tuesday ? Naharnet

Kurdish talks leak obtained through our party: BDP?s co-chair

from Hurriyet Daily News
The co-chair of the Peace and Development Party Demirtaş announced via Twitter.

Lay down your arms, conduct politics in Parliament: Turkish PM Erdoğan

from Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey’s government will act as interlocutor during the ongoing peace process only if PKK lays down its arms.

High Stakes for Erdogan In Turkish Talks With PKK – Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East

 

Turkish PM Erdoğan wants no show at captives? release

from Hurriyet Daily News
The release of public servants and soldiers kidnapped by the PKK, should not be turned into a show, Turkish PM Erdoğan warned.

Turkish PM Erdoğan wants no show at captives? release

from Hurriyet Daily News
The release of public servants and soldiers kidnapped by the PKK, should not be turned into a show, Turkish PM Erdoğan warned.

Turkish PM unveils roadmap for charter alliances

from Hurriyet Daily News
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has clearly laid out his alternative plans for the process of creating the new Constitution…

Judiciary reform bid sparks controversy

from Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey?s fourth judicial package hits Parliament amid growing controversy and disappointment as many expect it will fail to meet expectations

BDP may discuss presidential system

from Hurriyet Daily News
The Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) has given the green light to the ruling Justice and Development.

CHP leader meets president amid heated ?peace? debate

from Hurriyet Daily News
Republican People?s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu met with President Abdullah Gül yesterday

Turkey and the Kurds: the era of mass hypnosis is over | Yavuz Baydar

from World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk by Yavuz Baydar
There are no taboos left on the Kurdish issue and Recep Tayyip Erdogan knows the geopolitical importance of resolving it
Since the start of this year, the Justice and Development party (AKP) has emerged from what looked like an impasse over Turkey’s three-decade-long Kurdish conflict. The pace of change has been intense.
But slow-motion progress in the background has often been overlooked: over the course of 15 years the public debate, backed by small-scale reforms, has evolved from the archaic militarist jargon of “there are no Kurds here, only mountain Turks”. Ankara is now conducting direct negotiations with the jailed PKK leader, Abdullah Ocalan ? once demonised as a baby killer and chief terrorist by a venomously nationalist “mainstream” media.

Justice minister defends new judicial package, citing EHRC criteria

from Hurriyet Daily News
The Justice minister calls on parties to obey the European Court of Human Rights criteria instead of criticizing the new judicial package sent to Parliament

La décennie Erdogan à la loupe (1/5) ? L?AKP, architecte de la nouvelle Turquie ?

by Acturca
France Culture (Radio France) 04.03.2013 Culturesmonde par Florian Delorme Depuis quelques années, la Turquie est vue comme un laboratoire qui a su allier religion et modernité, Islam et démocratie. Etat laïc dirigé par un « islamiste modéré », la Turquie constitue aux yeux du monde un « modèle » qui pourrait ? voire qui devrait

Diyarbakır police learning Kurdish

from Hurriyet Daily News
Police officers in Diyarbakır are learning Kurdish upon the request..

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