The Turkish government is mulling ways to convince UEFA over the authorization of police officers to oversee the security at games
A small group of male high school students wore skirts in protest at a ban on girls wearing skirts yesterday
Committee to Protect Journalists ? Turkey is hardly a press freedom paradise, but what makes the country so exciting for journalists is the amount of news it generates on any given day. The domestic story is huge, with near-daily street protests, the booming economy beginning to
Some 18 inmates that were reportedly members of the outlawed Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) have escaped from a prison
Seventeen of the 18 inmates who tunneled out of a prison in the eastern province of Bingöl have been captured
A compilation made by bianet revealed that male perpetrators left 16 women and 3 men dead, 18 raped, 31 women, 4 men and 1 child injured and 11 sexually harassed in August 2012. Most male violence related cases were reported from Istanbul.
A local court in southeastern Turkey released 17 arrested suspects in a trial over membership of the Kurdish Communities Union (KCK)