Turkey / Freedom of expression: UN human rights expert to assess current situation GENEVA / ANKARA (14 November 2016) – United Nations Special Rapporteur David Kaye is carrying out his first official visit to Turkey this week to assess the
LGBTI activist Levent Piþkin, one of the lawyers of HDP Co-chair Selahattin Demirtaþ detained. HDP Ýstanbul Provincial Executor and LGBTI activist Levent Piþkin who visited arrested HDP Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaþ in
As one interesting side note, the President of Turkey seems to know which side his bread is buttered on when it comes to the American elections. One Wikileaks missive showed that Erdogan’s proxies have been trying to make donations to the Democrats and .
Two thousand cases of online harassment, smear campaigns and hacking by pro-government ‘lynch mobs’ logged in 2016
Are western journalists in Turkey self-censoring?
American Enterprise Institute
At the end of RedHack’s deadline, the group began leaking documents obtained from Minister Albayrak’s personal email accounts, which he reportedly used for government business… The leak is composed of 57,623 emails, dating from April 2000 to today.
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