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“World Leaders marched against terrorism under the leadership of Davutoğlu.” zaytung ‏@zaytungtv  Dünya liderleri, Ahmet Davutoğlu önderliğinde teröre karşı yürüdü…

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“Excuse me, is this the funeral of Kouachi brothers?” FKBC ‏@birlesik Pardon!!!

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Can you pass the ticket please?

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FRANCE 24 English ‏@France24_en  Marching in Paris, yet blocking freedom of speech at home http://f24.my/1IebYet 

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3Laura Wells ‏@wellsla  #Turkey’s President #Erdogan in 2007: The term “moderate #Islam” is “ugly”, “offensive”, “an insult”

The change.org campaign aims to stop S Korea exporting some 1.9 mln tear gas canisters to Turkey
Turkey’s top religious body has issued a fatwa that urges Muslims who have tattoos to repent if they are unable to erase them.

German government agrees to keep Patriot missiles in Turkey until 2016

Germany’s cabinet on Jan. 7 agreed to keep two German Patriot missile batteries in southern Turkey for another year, where they are deployed as part of a NATO mission to defend Turkey’s border with Syria.

Charlie Hebdo: Three Cartoons by Moslems that take on Radicalisation and Violent Extremism

The 7 January attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a controversial Paris satirical publication that has always had its detractors …

The ‘less lethal’ ammunition creates a shock effect on a human similar to a blow by a sledgehammer weighing 11 kg
Arınç cited votes by LGBTI people first when he criticized the HDP for its decision to enter the upcoming parliamentary elections
The Daily Star (Lebanon) Monday, January 5, 2015, p. 7 Lauren Williams * The war in Syria has not only tested Turkey’s economic and institutional ability to absorb 1.1 million refugees, but has also deepened latent tensions between secularists, leftists, Kurds and Islamists. In particular, the increasingly visible presence of ISIS in Turkey has polarized […]
Sleeper cells of jihadists in Turkey are now ‘highly likely’ to attack, according to a former Turkish intelligence official
The DİTİB in Germany calls on Muslims to stand guard in front of the buildings of media outlets
The Daily Star (Lebanon) Monday, January 5, 2015, p. 7 Lauren Williams * The war in Syria has not only tested Turkey’s economic and institutional ability to absorb 1.1 million refugees, but has also deepened latent tensions between secularists, leftists, Kurds and Islamists. In particular, the increasingly visible presence of ISIS in Turkey has polarized […]
Sleeper cells of jihadists in Turkey are now ‘highly likely’ to attack, according to a former Turkish intelligence official
ORSAM Report, No: 196, January 2015                                                Türkçe Center for Middle Eastern Strategic Studies (ORSAM) Prepared by Assoc. Prof. Harun Öztürkler & Assoc. Prof. Türkmen Göksel This report analyzes the economic effects of Syrian refugees in two dimensions. First of all, on the basis of the synthetic modelling […]
One cannot say that Turkey’s prestigious Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD) has always been on good terms with the government.

 

A far-left Turkish group has retracted its claim of responsibility for a suicide bombing of a police station in central Istanbul this week.

 

Turkish police car attacked with rocket fire in southeast

 

Suspected PKK militant fired a rocket at an armored police vehicle and opened fire on a police station in the southeastern Turkish town of Cizre on Jan. 7

The jailed leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) Abdullah Öcalan would not leave prison even if he was released, Selahattin Demirtaş, the co-chair of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), has quoted him as saying.

Expanded police powers and arrest of journalists signify a pivot away from a previous focus on democratic consolidation. The international community must pay attention to Turkey’s new security bill.

Syrians will stay in Turkey for an extended period of time, with some potentially spending their entire life in Turkey, thus the government should create an immigration policy for their future, a recent report titled “Effects of the Syrian Refugees on Turkey” has said.
The Talat Paşa Committee, a Turkish nationalist organization aiming to counter recognition of the 1915 events as the Armenian genocide, has been refused entry to Athens to issue a statement

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