Atilla lawyers ask judge to ‘temper justice with mercy’ in a lesser sentence

Atilla lawyers ask judge to ‘temper justice with mercy’ in a lesser sentence

Lawyers for Turkish banker Mehmet Hakan Atilla, who was convicted in New York federal court in January of violating US sanctions on Iran, asked a judge on Monday to “temper justice with mercy” and sentence him to “significantly below” the...

Russian shopping centre inferno kills 64

Russian shopping centre inferno kills 64

At least 64 people have died in a fire that tore through a shopping and entertainment complex in the Siberian coal-mining city of Kemerovo, BBC reports.

568 detained in one week over alleged Gülen links

568 detained in one week over alleged Gülen links

The Turkish Interior Ministry announced on Monday that 568 people have been detained in the past week due to alleged links to the faith-based Gülen movement, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported.

Opportunistic Vettel steals victory from Hamilton

Opportunistic Vettel steals victory from Hamilton

Sebastian Vettel made full use of the virtual safety car to sneak in front of Lewis Hamilton and hold off the frustrated champion to win Formula One’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Sunday, Reuters reported.

EP members ask EU leaders to press Erdoğan on rights issues in Turkey during summit

EP members ask EU leaders to press Erdoğan on rights issues in Turkey during summit

Rebecca Harms, spokeswoman for foreign affairs and expert on Turkey in the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament, has initiated an open letter with other lawmakers in which they are urging EU leaders to bring human rights to the center...

Zuckerberg: We found a lot of accounts spreading fake news from Macedonia

Zuckerberg: We found a lot of accounts spreading fake news from Macedonia

Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg has told CNN they have found many profiles coming from Macedonia spreading fake news, saying he is prepared to testify before Congress for the abuse of personal data of millions of users.

New rules will make data breaches 'very expensive' for firms: EU

New rules will make data breaches 'very expensive' for firms: EU

EU justice commissioner Vera Jourova warned Wednesday that data protection scandals such as that currently engulfing Facebook would become "very expensive" for companies from May under new EU regulations, AFP reports.

Turkey’s RTÜK to monitor Internet TV channels

Turkey’s RTÜK to monitor Internet TV channels

At a time when Turkey’s Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTÜK) is strictly monitoring broadcasts on national television and radio stations, the Turkish government has also granted the council the authority to monitor broadcasts of Internet TV channels, which until...

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