Turkey poised to crack down on Internet usage


They are trying to build up a new infrastructure to surveil people and collect data about all Internet users from Turkey,” said Yamak Akdeniz, law professor at Istanbul’s Bilgi University. “This obviously has serious implications, unprecedented I would …

Turkish MPs debate over Internet censorship


Trial regarding death of Gezi protester Mehmet Ayvalıtaş adjourned to May


The trial regarding the death of Gezi Park protester Mehmet Ayvalıtaş has been suspended until May 21

Second hearing into death of Gezi protester Mehmet Ayvalıtaş to be held today


Ayvalıtaş, 20, was the first confirmed death in the protests that engulfed Turkey


Russia takes ECHR violations championship from us


With every New Year toward the end of January, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) releases the statistics of violations of the previous year.

Men Kill 23 Women in January

A compilation made by bianet revealed that male perpetrators left 23 women dead in January 2014. While 26 percent of women were slain for seeking divorce, 17 percent were killed in the name of honor.

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