Turkish government keen on attacking social media, Still defending Twitter ban…

High court?s Twitter verdict should be overturned: Turkish PM

Hurriyet Daily News

Reiterating his government?s harsh criticisms against the Constitutional Court?s ruling lifting a ban on Twitter, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has called the ruling wrong

Social media firms evade tax: Turkish finance minister

Hurriyet Daily News

Social media companies yield undeserved gains in Turkey, as they don?t pay tax despite earning advertisement income, the finance minister has said


Intellectuals urge Turkish gov?t to release ailing convicts from prisons in joint petition

Hurriyet Daily News

The signatories include Desmond Tutu, Noam Chomsky, Immanuel Wallerstein, Gaspar Miklos Tamas, Claudia Roth, Murathan Mungan and Aslı Erdoğan


(VIDEO) Footage shows assailant entering Parliament before attacking CHP leader

Hurriyet Daily News

Footage from the Turkish Parliament?s security cameras has been revealed, showing Orhan Övet entering the building step by step.

Turkish government continues to slam high court over Twitter ruling

Hurriyet Daily News

The government has continued its criticism of the high court?s ruling to lift a ban on Twitter

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