hurriyetdailynews.com – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has slammed a recent New York Times editorial as “shameless,” calling on the U.S. daily to “know its place.” “Who are you? Can you write such a thing [writing a
Over the past few years, Twitter has become much more than a place to share selfies and cute cat videos. Instead it serves as an important platform for political discussion and commentary in many countries. The company’slatest transparency report, published earlier this week, shines a light on the extent to which some countries try to control what messages are spread across the popular social network. In total, Twitter received 796 content removal requests in the second half of 2014, an increase of more than 80 percent compared to the previous six months.
GÖP responded to requisition of Public Prosecutor of Ankara from ministry to ban Gülen linked media organs.
Aram I of the Holy See of Cilicia said a historical divide would be deepened if the Turkish legal authorities rejected the lawsuit.
The President Erdoğan:”These men have never been honest. Now, they make allusion to me with their headlines. Do whatever you want, associate with anyone you want and let your paid charlatans write whatever they want.”
An investigation has been launched into four police officers for sharing footage showing them mocking and firing tear gas canisters at protestors during the Kobane street protests of Oct. 6-7, 2014