Justice a la Turca: Ergenekon judge admits accepting indictment w/out properly reading; Censorship demand on main opposition lawmaker was ?mistake?


Ergenekon judge says he wouldn?t have accepted indictment if he could properly read it


The chief judge of the Ergenekon coup plot case has admitted that he did not thoroughly read the original indictment, which came to more than 2,500 pages


Ali Ismail Korkmaz Case Suspects Stand Trial


8 suspects stood trial in Kayseri 3rd High Criminal Court for the case of Ali Ismail Korkmaz, a Gezi Resistance protestor who died on July 10 due to a battery. The hearing was interrupted as one of the attorneys claimed that there was an armed man in the courtroom


Censorship demand on main opposition lawmaker was ?mistake?


Turkey?s authority to monitoring telecommunications admits making a ?mistake? in demanding the news sites to remove content related to a graft probe, after CHP?s Oran received such a demand


Turkish president meets opposition CHP deputy for Internet bill


Republican People?s Party (CHP) deputy Erdal Aksünger, known for his expertise in information technology, met with President Abdullah Gül


Turkey: trade unionism on trial


As the Erdogan government in Turkey takes an increasingly authoritarian turn, trade unionists have been in the firing line. But a mass trial in Istanbul, little noticed by the international media, has not gone entirely the government?s way.

Limit of lengthy detentions in Turkey to be reduced to five years: PM Erdoğan

The government will lower the duration of lengthy detentions to five years in a new bill, PM Erdoğan has announced

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