Turkish President Erdoğan recalls that he once recommended to US President Obama that America undertake healthcare reform. ‘But the negative reflex in America made it so hard for Mr. Obama and he could only solve this issue partly,’ he says
Social Security Institution imposed an administrative fine on Human Rights Foundation of Turkey right after the foundation’s efforts to medically help wounded Gezi protestors in 2013.
Turkey’s media watchdog, the Supreme Board of Radio and Television (RTÜK), fined TV stations a total of 37 million liras over the course of 2014, according to its annual activity report
Cemil Kurt, a protestor who joined Berkin Elvan commemorations on March 11, has reportedly been ran over by an armored police vehicle and suffered from spine, leg and arm injuries.
An Istanbul prosecutor has dismissed a lawsuit into former Interior Minister İdris Naim Şahin’s claims that the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) played a role in an Istanbul bomb attack in which an 18-year-old woman was killed.
Since the Syrian civil war erupted four years ago, tens of thousands of refugees have poured into Mersin
Turkish and U.S. diplomats have discussed ways to enhance cooperation in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), the U.S. Embassy to Ankara has stated, reiterating that Washington does not foresee a role for Bashar al-Assad in Syria’s future
Turkish president’s personal doctor says ‘It’s usually not through bullets that prominent figures are being assassinated these days’