NY Times: “Turkey’s Kurdish Problem Morphs But Remains

Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdigan addresses his party members in Ankara, Turkey, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. Erdogan said Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime is engaged in “state terrorism” an criticized the world for just watching the “slaughter of Muslims” there. Turkey has become the Assad regime’s strongest critic and is host to Syrian opposition groups as well as some 80,000 refugees.(AP Photo)

Turkey’s Kurdish Problem Morphs But Remains – NYTimes.com

PM Erdoğan signals end to immunity of BDP MPs

from Hurriyet Daily News
PM Erdoğan signals his government will favor the abolishment of BDP MP?s parliamentary immunity. ?We?ve already told the judiciary what is necessary; the judiciary is doing what is necessary,? he says

It?s exaggerated but the PKK?s market value in the region is rising

from Hurriyet Daily News
Terror organizations have an invisible, intangible exchange market.

The search for new faces in the AKP

from Hurriyet Daily News
The countdown has begun in the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP). The party will

Visit to Apaydın camp turns into political row

from Hurriyet Daily News
CHP is not willing to join a ?permitted? parliamentary commission?s visit to a camp where Syrian army defectors stay, saying ?it is rearranged for the visit?

AK Parti-MHP could agree on Kurdish issue too

from Hurriyet Daily News
The news about an agreement between Turkey?s ruling Justice and Development Party.

Ruling AKP, nationalist MHP agree on snap poll

from Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey?s government and the right-wing MHP get the ball rolling on a plan to move municipal polls up by five months…

AKP proposal for headscarf in public service gets objection

from Hurriyet Daily News
The ruling AKP?s proposal to secure the freedom to wear headscarves in the public sphere receives objection.

Analysis: Violence dims hope of solution to Turkish Kurd conflict | Reuters

Politics losing out to terror

from Hurriyet Daily News
The unexpected recent rise in terrorist attacks, which have been killing soldiers and innocent civilians

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