Paradoxically, Gezi Park presented Erdoğan with a golden opportunity, one that could also have helped Turkish democracy part company from the tendency of powerful political parties to drift into populism-fuelled authoritarianism.
For the global media what happened in Gezi Park throughout June is now old news. Not so much for the citizens of Turkey. Gezi still remains the single most salient reference point for politics and, more than ever, everyday life. Make no mistake, post-Gezi, the genie is out of the bottle and not only refuses to return, but also cannot be fully contained by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan?s AKP.
A total of 42 people were killed and 273 others were injured in traffic accidents across Turkey in the three-day Eid al-Fitr.
Olympic medalist wrestler Rıza Kayaalp was given an immediate suspension of six months by the FILA for his raci
A boycott campain started after Turkish writer Ahmet Ümit defended national alcoholic drink