US Congress members have written a letter to Kerry about Turkey’s crackdown on media organizations linked to Gülen
In the footsteps of the murders of Hrant Dink and Nihat Kazanhan Today’s Zaman
After an investigation was launched into Ergenekon — a clandestine organization nested within the state trying to overthrow or manipulate the democratically elected government — unresolved murders came to an abrupt halt in Turkey. The defendants in .
Municipalities run by the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) have started recognizing cemevis as places of worship, while also pledging to meet the needs of cemevis, or Alevi houses of worship
World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk by Constanze Letsch in Istanbul
Activists say few state hospitals agreed to perform non-emergency terminations, while president Erdoğan repeatedly compares abortion to murderMost Istanbul hospitals are violating the law by refusing to carry out abortions, women’s rights groups in Turkey have established.
I guess the big smiles that appeared on the faces of many Turks after the electoral victory of Syriza in Greece were frozen when they heard that Alexis Tsipras had forged a coalition with the right-wing Independent Greeks party.
Turkey and Western allies need to be in full cooperation in order to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), former British Defense Secretary and a prominent member of the governing Conservative Party, Dr. Liam Fox has said.
Today’s Zaman (Turkey) February 04, 2015, p. 11 Dogu Ergil Kurdish fighters have liberated the Syrian town of Kobani, located at the border between Turkey and Syria. After an intense 134-day-long battle with Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) fighters, they earned a hard-won victory. In October 2014, when ISIL showed up at
‘If they’re doing it to get on my nerves and distract me from my work, they’re successful. If they’re doing it to scare me, they aren’t successful. I feel strong,’ Diyarbakır-based Frederike Geerdink tells IPI
A Kahramanmaraş court has ordered an aviation company to pay 756,000 Turkish Liras of compensation to the family of late Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu, former head of the Great Union Party (BBP), who had died in a helicopter crash in 2009.
Reading Ahmet Davutoğlu’s comments Open Democracy
Murat Belge is editor of Iletisim Publishing House and Yeni Gündem and is Head of the Department of Comparative Literature at Bilgi University. Related Articles. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu in conversation: Part 1 · Richard Falk · Ahmet .
Observatoire de la Turquie et de son environnement géopolitique (IRIS) Janv. 2015 Séminaire avec Kadri Gürsel et Anne Hagood , animé par Didier Billion * La Turquie est fréquemment vilipendée par de nombreux médias occidentaux pour son « double » ou « triple jeu » à l’égard de l’organisation État islamique/Daesh, et des combats qui […]