Court denies appeal for journalists’ release, claiming ‘no evidence of innocence’

Court denies appeal for journalists’ release, claiming ‘no evidence of innocence’

An İstanbul court has rejected an appeal submitted by columnists who wrote for the Zaman daily, which was shut down by the government in July, saying there is no new evidence that will prove their innocence and end their detention.

Erdoğan: Gülen is behind problems in Syria and Iraq

Erdoğan: Gülen is behind problems in Syria and Iraq

In yet another move to make the Gülen movement, inspired by the views of US-based Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, a scapegoat for every crime in Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan claimed on Tuesday that it was Gülen who put...

Reza Zarrab seeks US judge’s recusal over Gülen link

Reza Zarrab seeks US judge’s recusal over Gülen link

Reza Zarrab, a Turkish gold trader of Iranian origin who was arrested last March in Miami on charges of violating US sanctions against Iran, on Tuesday asked a federal judge to recuse himself, citing reports that the judge had attended...

Erdogan uses Ataturk to unify post-coup Turkey

Erdogan uses Ataturk to unify post-coup Turkey

After years of being gradually eclipsed as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan forges a “new Turkey” with Islam firmly at its heart, the secular republic’s founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk has, for now at least, made a comeback in the wake of...

Biden calls on Turkey to be patient in Gulen case

Biden calls on Turkey to be patient in Gulen case

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden called on Turkish authorities to be patient with the U.S. legal system as Turkey seeks the return of a cleric accused of masterminding last month's failed military coup, AP reported.

Official Evidences of Coup in Turkey: One Dollar Bill, GTA IV Tricks

Official Evidences of Coup in Turkey: One Dollar Bill, GTA IV Tricks

Following the coup attempt in Turkey, 100 thousands people have been taken into police custody arrested or purged. The justifications of these actions have sometimes been a “tweet”, sometimes a newspaper column or even a one dollar bill.

Turkey’s post-coup purge now targets multicultural language festival

Turkey’s post-coup purge now targets multicultural language festival

Four Turkish ministries have moved to take measures to prevent the “Turkish Olympics” international language competition from being held as part of steps against activities of the Gulen movement.

Earthquake kills at least 14 people in central Italy

Earthquake kills at least 14 people in central Italy

At least 14 persons have been killed in an overnight earthquake measuring 6,2 degrees on the Richter scale, that hit central Italy.

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