Turkey’s worst mining disaster happened during his party’s rule but he pretends to be a friend of workers…

The families of the 301 workers killed in the mining disaster at the Soma coal mine in western Turkey have marched. Here are the photos
Turkey commemorates the first anniversary of Soma mining disaster, the deadliest in the country’s history, which claimed the lives of 301 miners
Constitutional Court gave a ruling related to police intervention in teachers’ protesting education system ‘4+4+4’ and decided that police violated the right to assembly and demonstration with ill-treatment.
Former Adana Provincial Gendarme Commander, former Adana Chief Public Prosecutor and three prosecutors have been arrested with the charge of “espionage and attempting to abolish the government of Republic of Turkey” within the scope of MİT TRUCKS investigation.
Turkey’s first gay couple made a wedding ceremony Ekin Keser and Emrullah Tüzün will file a criminal complaint against İHA for targeting them and Boston Gay Men’s Chorus and making news with their images.
There are 721 ill inmates in Turkey’s prisons. 282 of them are seriously ill. İHD calls for deputy candidates, government and bureaucrats for ill inmates to be kept on their agendas.
Last night, an eight-year-old child in Cizre district of Şırnak province was hit in the eye by plastic bullet fired by the police.
Diyarbakır 11th Criminal Court of First Instance gave ruling that the offence was “qualified torture” and decided of non-jurisdiction in case of Uğur Kantar.
The Doğan Group has complained about recent remarks by Süleyman Soylu, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) deputy head and deputy candidate, announcing that Turkish courts sentenced him to pay compensation for his defamatory statements targeting Doğan Holding Honorary Chairman Aydın Doğan
Nor zartonk’s twitter account has been suspended indefinitely. Serhat Koç, IT lawyer, stated that the reason of twitter account’s suspension could be a spam attack.
An Istanbul court that acquitted 26 people detained during the Gezi Park protests in the summer of 2013 has stated in its reasoned ruling that people do not have to get official permission for peaceful demonstrations, and demonstrations held without permission are not necessarily violent
Of the 56 punitive or compensation lawsuits during the January-March 2015 period, 8 were initiated during Erdoğan’s prime ministry and 21 during his presidency, either by his complaint or with the justification that his personal rights were violated.
German freelance photojournalist Robin Hinsch has been detained for three days in guesthouse of Urfa Provincial Directorate of Security on the grounds that he trespassed Syria border. Hinsch said he had been interrogated for one and half day without sleep.

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