the March took place in İstiklal Street, Taksim, Istanbul. More photos here.
Turkish journalists protest over arrested colleagues
It was the latest move in a sprawling probe into Ergenekon, a purported secularist network that allegedly planned assassinations and bombings to spark chaos and prompt a military coup to topple the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government
In the mean time, in Turkish politics:
Returning to consider Turkish affairs after some months spent focusing elsewhere has been sobering and disheartening. The early months of 2011 were always going to be important, setting the tone both for a general election that will be held in June 2011, as well as, crucially, for the drafting of a new constitution thereafter. Without undue optimism, one might have hoped for at least a modest quickening of the country?s democratic pulse as major political decisions began to loom on the horizon.
Three ways to get your Ergenekon
Hurriyet Daily News
And now, as if we did not already have all these stark divisions, we have the Ergenekon probe which divides the country into two diametrically opposite camps. For the first camp, the Ergenekon probe is the best thing that has ever happened to Turkey.
But their leniency never extends to their imagined culprit: the police that investigate the Ergenekon suspects. So far, not even a single policeman has been caught red-handed conspiring against the Ergenekon suspects, but the defenders of the Ergenekon
MİT’s Kozinoğlu put behind bars for Ergenekon membership
MİT official Kaşif Kozinoğlu was arrested on Thursday on charges of membership in the Ergenekon terrorist organization and seizing confidential state documents. National Intelligence Organization (MİT) official Kaşif Kozinoğlu was arrested and sent to