The AKP has become the ‘biggest media boss’ of Turkey, according to the main opposition CHP
Turkey’s Telecommunication Authority (TİB) blocked gay.com, a popular LGBTI social networking website.
Efforts to retrieve 18 workers trapped in a Karaman mine have entered the sixth day as the energy minister avoided giving an exact deadline as to when the teams would reach the miners.
According to Worker Health and Occupation Safety Assembly, 289 workers died due to traffic and shuttle service accident so far in 2014. The toll was 433 in 2013.
The four new members of the HSYK, who were not elected but appointed by President Erdoğan, have sparked fresh controversy on the crucial judicial body’ objectivity
The ‘domestic security package’ that the Turkish government is preparing may introduce unprecedented new measures on social media, including special prison sentences for Internet users who call for protests
The “European Integration” Non-Governmental Organization and Armedia are collecting, within the framework of the “The Turk Who Saved Me” project, stories of Armenians whose grandparent were saved by Turks in 1915.