Major spying case uncovers crook in Turkey’s top science body

An alleged fraudster with familial links to Turkey’s former science minister has been exposed as part of a probe into a spying case that encompasses wiretapping then-Prime Minister President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and other top-ranking state officials.

Turkey’s police sounds a new alarm about ISIL, noting that 3,000 people linked to the jihadists are a potential threat to the country
President Erdoğan held a private meeting with ruling AKP members in the absence of the prime minister, during which he dished out harsh criticism about the party’s current policies
HDP co-chair Demirtaş has slammed the fact that the authorities have yet to identify any suspects regarding the seven recent killings in the restive town of Cizre

Is Turkey’s Energy Leadership Over Before It Began?

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