An American prosecutor, Bharara who have Reza Zarrab arrested, becomes a popular figure in Turkey…

Yet another shame for the Turkish judiciary who bowed in to corruption and did nothing…


Department of Justice – Mar 21

Charges Unsealed against Three Defendants Who Allegedly Engaged in Hundreds of Millions of Dollars of Transactions on Behalf of the Government of Iran and Iranian Entities as Part of a Scheme to Evade U.S. Sanctions An indictment was unsealed in

A U.S. court has rejected the bail application of shady Turkish businessman Reza Zarrab, who was arrested in Florida on charges of fraud and violating international sanctions on Iran
The prosecutor Bharara who has Rıza Sarraf arrested and demanded 75 years of imprisonment has earned his reputation by launching probes into diplomats, politicians, and as many as 100 bankers following global crisis in 2008.
Prosecutor Bharara who have Sarraf arrested has started to follow Erdoğan after the arrest. Bharara follows only musician Bruce Springsteen and comedian Steve Harvey as personal account.
The U.S. Department of Justice announced on March 21 that Iranian origin Turkish businessman Reza Zarrab had been arrested on charges of “engaging in hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of transactions on behalf of the government of Iran and other Iranian entities

Bloomberg – Patricia Hurtado – Mar 21, 7:10 PM

A gold trader who’s already at the center of a bribery scandal in Turkey was charged by the U.S. in a scheme to help the Iranian government launder hundreds of millions of dollars and evade U.S. economic sanctions. Reza Zarrab,

U.S. prosecutor Preet Bharara who has charged Turkish-Iranian businessman Reza Zarrab for fraud has been in the spotlight of Turkish Twitter users following the news of Zarrab’s arrest

Turkey’s media faces ‘unprecedented crisis’, says English PEN

Charity says press freedom in Turkey has suffered systematic attack under Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, with journalists facing imprisonment and assault

Turkey’s independent media now faces “an unprecedented crisis” due to the erosion of their rights during Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s time in office as prime minister and now president, according to the free speech charity, English PEN.

Women in Turkey will not have to take their husbands’ surnames after getting married, according to a new ruling by the Supreme Court of Appeals
The biodiversity in Turkey is at risk, according to an analysis based on a report released by the Yale University that ranked countries’ environmental performance
International peasant movement La Via Campesina consisting of over 200 million peasants, landless, women, young, local, immigrant, agriculture and food laborers gathering 183 organizations from 88 countries has sent message of support to people of Artvin.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has fined to Turkey 133,000 euros over severe rights violations during an intervention by security forces in a prison in 2000

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