Ignoring an ECHR verdict, Turkey?s Council of State confirmed a lower court ruling on the rejection of repartition demand in the case of Abdullah Yaşa – a 13 year old victim of police canisters during a demonstration in Diyarbakır in 2006.
No doubt, the Ergenekon verdicts send messages at many wavelengths, although the simplistic
If this country will ever achieve a peaceful resolution of the Kurdish problem
There is a reason almost all political segments in Turkey condemned the coup in Egypt in similar ways
When a Turkish court August 5 handed down sentences against 275 people in the so-called ?Ergenekon? case, including a life sentence in prison for a former military chief of staff, it brought to a close a disquieting five-year chapter in the country’s
The U.S. and the European Union declined to comment Aug.5 on the verdicts of Turkey’s Ergenekon coup plot case that resulted in several aggravated life sentences for high-ranking army officials including a former chief of staff general while