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31 min ago | Common Dreams
Mass protests in Turkey have flared up once again following the death of a boy who died Tuesday night from an injury inflicted by police during last summer's country-wide wave of protests.
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31 min ago | Ananova
Police have clashed with protesters in Turkey's capital, where tens of thousands of people turned out for the funeral of a teenager who died from injuries suffered during violent anti-government demonstrations last year.
2 hrs ago | Trend
A man propagating chaos in his home country cannot be considered an Islamic scholar, said Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan, referring to U.S. based self-exiled scholar Fethullah Gulen, in a speech at a local election rally in the eastern town of Bitlis in Turkey Anadolu Agency reported.
6 hrs ago | AkiPress
Turkey is ready to face its history records, Speaker of the Turkish Parliament Cemil iek said Tuesday speaking on Armenian claims of genocide, Trend reported.
6 hrs ago | Trend
Turkey is ready to face its history records, Turkish parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek said Tuesday speaking on Armenian claims of "genocide" Anadolu Agency reported.
Nationwide protests erupted in over 30 cities in Turkey on Tuesday after the death of a student who had been seriously injured during the protests in last June.
SUZANNE GESKE 'CAN FORGIVE THE MURDERERS,' BUT TURKISH PEOPLE CANNOT Today's Zaman, Turkey March 10 2014 GUNAY HÝLAL AYGUN After President Abdullah Gul ratified the recently passed law on decreasing the maximum period for arrest during a trial to five years from 10 years, a number of suspects in some controversial trials have been released ... (more)
Government Relations Minister Jim Reiter says he will raise concerns about fire safety in First Nations communities with his federal counterpart later this month when the two meet in Regina.
Dr. Can Erimtan is an independent scholar residing in A stanbul, with a wide interest in the politics, history and culture of the Balkans and the Greater Middle East.
An announcement by the Bulgarian authorities in Turkey's capital Ankara said that a group of experts with the Bulgarian Ministry of Economy and Energy will soon negotiate a gas pipeline connection between the two countries.
Police and protesters clashed in Turkey's two biggest cities on Tuesday following the death of a 15-year-old boy who suffered a head injury during anti-government demonstrations last summer.
Turkey urges canceling the referendum in Crimea, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on March 11, Anadolu news agency reported.
Turkey's Middle East Technical University's 'Teknokent' project - the country's first science and technology park, located in the capital, Ankara - is to expand to the United States Anadolu Agency reported.
Turkey's controversial decision last September to select a Chinse firm for the construction of the country's first long-range air and anti-missile defense architecture has drawn reactions, Hurriyet Daily News reported.
Turkish Airlines' 2013 consolidated financial statements were reported to Borsa Istanbul.
Protesters shout slogans as they carry a banner that reads "Government, resign" in Ankara, Turkey, in December Turkish Jewish community leaders on Sunday accused ex-economy minister Zafer Caglayan of anti-Semitism after he suggested that "the Jews" might be behind the corruption investigation in which he was implicated.
ISTANBUL: Turkey ordered the release of five men convicted of plotting a coup, days after an ex-military chief was freed in a case that has come to highlight a power struggle between Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and a U.S.-based Islamic cleric.