Devlet Bahçeli finally reaches his wish. A notarious mafia leader, Alaatin Çakıcı will be free soon.

Turkish government’s release law seems to be helping mafia leaders, child abusers and other criminals while jailed journalists and political prisoners are left behind…

Devlet Bahçeli finally reaches his wish. A notarious mafia leader, Alaatin Çakıcı will be free soon.
Amnesty International – Apr 13, 9:48 PM

Responding to the passing of a new law which is expected to allow for the early release of up to 100,000 prisoners in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, but fails to cover many others who should be considered for release, Amnesty International’s

Turkey’s ruling AKP withdraws clause on social media supervision from draft law

Duvar English Gov’t preparing to legalize unpaid leave amid coronavirus outbreak Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development

New law to allow Turkish authorities to interrogate prisoners arrested over terror for 15 days

Duvar English Jailed pro-Kurdish deputy can die, Turkish opposition MP cites anonymous lawmaker as saying A

New legislation in Turkey to allow Council of Higher Education to dismiss academics for ‘propaganda’

Serkan Alan / DUVAR New legislation was voted into effect by parliament’s National Education, Culture, Youth and Sports

Turkish sex crime convicts could be freed by new law – opposition MP | Ahval

Prisoners convicted of crimes such as wounding, blackmailing, and threatening women, as well as…

Turkey to free thousands of prisoners due to coronavirus pandemic

Some 45,000 to be freed until end of May, but politicians, journalists, critics jailed after 2016 coup not included.

Turkish interior, health ministers ‘had a serious argument’ over short-notice coronavirus curfew

Duvar English
Erdoğan rejects Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu’s resignation Turkish Interior Minister

The number of new cases of COVID-19 is decreasing in Italy and Spain, but outbreaks are still growing in Britain and Turkey, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.

“The overall world outbreak, 90 percent of cases are coming from Europe and the United States of America. So we are certainly not seeing the peak yet,” WHO spokeswoman Dr. Margaret Harris told a briefing in Geneva.

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