Turkey decides to keep Osman Kavala as a political hostage- again

Decision paves way for Council of Europe to launch infringement proceedings against Turkey

A Turkish court on Friday extended the imprisonment of the philanthropist Osman Kavala, whose case caused a diplomatic crisis with the US and other western countries after they called for his release.

NOVEMBER 25 | CFWIJ REPORT: ‘Turkey is the leading country in terms of physical assaults on women journalists’

The Coalition for Women in Journalism has released a report on the occasion of November 25 International Day for the
The DEVA Party Founders’ Committee member and academic Metin Gürcan has announced that he has been detained for “political espionage”.
Boğaziçi University protests | Court rejects 52 students’ request for acquittal

Taken into custody at their campus for protesting the appointed rector, 52 students of Boğaziçi University appeared
ANNUAL REPORT: 2,416 women, LGBTI+s subjected to violence in Diyarbakır

The Diyarbakır Network for Struggle Against Violence has released its annual report: 2 thousand 416 women and
PHYSICIANS ARRIVE IN BURSA: White March | ‘Our salaries are below poverty line’

Bursa Medical Chamber Chair Alpaslan Türkkan has said, “While the number of applications per physician was 3.1 in 2002,
Turkey witnesses 251 femicides in a year: Minister

Turkey has witnessed some 251 femicides in a year as of Nov. 15, Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has said in a video-
Turkey accused of using Interpol summit to crack down on critics

Campaigners claim Ankara is abusing its position as host, by pressuring the police body to harass dissidents living abroad

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