Ahmet Altan is free after 4 years and 7 months…

The Court of Cassation has given a ruling of release for journalist-writer Ahmet Altan, who has been behind bars for 4 years, 7 months and for whom the ECtHR has recently given a ruling of right violation.

In his general commentary attached to the report, Human Rights Foundation of Turkey (TİHV) Secretary General Coşkun Üsterci says, “Unfortunately, the new Human Rights Action Plan creates no hope or excitement in us.

The Washington Post – Henri Barkey – Apr 14, 8:01 AM

Henri J. Barkey is the Cohen Professor of International Relations at Lehigh University and an adjunct senior fellow for Middle East studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. In a ruling Tuesday, the European Court of Human Rights jus

100th day of Boğaziçi protests: ‘We won’t give up even if it takes 1,000 days’

The constituents of Boğaziçi University have been protesting the appointed rector for 100 days. Marking this day, students

ECtHR report: Turkey ordered to pay a total of 1.5 million Euro in compensation in 2020

The CoE Committee of Ministers has released its annual report on the implementation of the ECtHR judgments.

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