Mustafa Koc, chairman of Turkey’s biggest company Koc Holding, on Sunday called on the government to calm financial markets worried about a corruption inquiry and denied he has sought to undermine Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan. In a rare interview, Koc also told Hurriyet newspaper that in May 2013 he met with Fethullah Gulen, the U.S.-based Islamic cleric whom Erdogan has accused of
PM Erdoğan has harshly criticized Fethullan Gülen, calling on him to stop causing a ruckus Turkey and return to his homeland.
PM Erdoğan has said those who took to the streets in protest at corruptio allegations are ?atheists and terrorists?
Turkish MPs vote to close down private preparatory schools, many of which are run by a cleric embroiled in a bitter feud with the prime minister
AKP has decided to postpone a debateover a bill equipping the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) with expanded powers
If Dec. 17, 2013 was a turning point in Turkey?s political history, in which a massive corruption and graft operation engulfed Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Turkey?s political war is getting only more intense every week, as more ammunition is being fired by the warring sides
The government says the closure of the private schools is part of a larger reform of an “unhealthy” education system.
Turkish Parliament finalized a heavy-scheduled plenary on Saturday and went to recess until the local polls following the adoption of ?democratization package
Turkey?s ruling party AKP has lowered its victory bar for the upcoming local elections
CHP ordered not to prefix the name of Erdoğan with either ‘Prime Minister’ or even ‘Mr.
BDP co-chair Selahattin Demirtaş said they would continue the peace process even without the ruling AKP