Turkey moves to make Ottoman language compulsory, Erdoğan meets with the militant Islamist leader, Davutoğlu warns Army…

Compulsory Ottoman language classes in high schools stirs debate

Turkey’s national education council has agreed to send a proposal to introduce compulsory Ottoman language courses in high school education to a vote in its general assembly meeting
The released leader of a militant Islamist group in Turkey has claimed that he is being targeted through ‘mind control,’ soon after meeting President Erdoğan in Istanbul
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Turkish shares rose and bond yields dipped on Friday while the lira was steady as investors expected a benign assessment of the Turkish economy from ratings agency Moody’s after European markets close.

Davutoğlu warns the military against voicing concerns through the media, after reports that the top brass is unhappy with Turkey’s recent military service exemption reform

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