The panel of judges overseeing the trial of jailed pastor Andrew Brunson, in a case that has inflamed tensions between Turkey and the United States, has decided to reject his demand to be released during the trial.
hurriyetdailynews.com – Apr 27, 1:50 AM

By CANSU ÇAMLIBEL cansu.camlibel@hurriyet.com.tr “Apply the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act, or other relevant targeted tools, to deny U.S. visas to and block the U.S. assets of specific officials and agencies

Turkey’s Foreign Ministry on April 26 rejected a statement by EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on the detention of two Greek soldiers in Turkey.
Amnesty International – Apr 26, 12:01 AM

A sustained and escalating crackdown curtailed the vital work of human rights defenders in Turkey and left swathes of society in a state of constant fear, a new report from Amnesty International has revealed. Whilst the jailing of journalists and

 

The Hill – Ellen Mitchell – Apr 26, 12:41 PM

49 senators accuse Mattis of bringing back ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ Classified Niger probe finds multiple flaws in deadly mission: report Report: Pentagon’s own data contradicts recommendations on transgender troops First 2019 appropriations bill

 

A Turkish education foundation has so far taken control over 108 schools linked to the Gülen network abroad.

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