Fatih Zengin, whose spraying of pepper spray in the face of Ceyda Sungur came to symbolise 2013 park protests, must look after trees for six months
A police officer that gained notoriety for spraying pepper spray at ‘woman in red’ has been sentenced to 20 months in jail and ordered to plant 600 trees
The police who pepper sprayed academician Ceyda Sungur aka woman in red at close range was convicted to plant 600 trees.
Arabs running away from clashes cross into Turkey in what a Turkish official calls “significant demographic change”.
A plum species in central Turkey has been re-named by a local grocer, from “priest plum” to “imam plum” over Islamic concerns
As many as 1,000 attorneys are expected to represent Özgecan Aslan in the very first court hearing on June 12 in the case over her brutal murder.
An American fighting with Kurdish forces against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group in Syria has been killed in battle, authorities said
The name of a street has been changed from Kenan Evren Street to Erdal Eren Street to honor a 17-year-old student who was executed following the 1980 military coup.
Criminal Court of Peace gave confidentiality order for bombing attacks in Diyarbakır while prosecution launched an investigation against a reporter and public authorities.
A miner died and two others were injured after a coal pit collapsed due to a flood in the Suluova district of the Black Sea province of Amasya late on June 8
The jailed leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), is the appropriate person to call on militants of his organization to lay down arms, Demirtaş has said
Workers staged sit-in against dismissal of two workers due to previous month’s strike in automotive company,TOFAŞ, of Bursa province.
After the Turkish military allowed thousands of annual new recruits to use mobile phones in their barracks, the demand for out-of-date, inexpensive phones, dubbed “dumb phones,” has boomed in the country.