Turkish purge victim, rights activist loses battle against cancer

Haluk Savaş, 54, a leading human rights activist and a victim of a large-scale post-coup purge in Turkey, lost his...

Wife pleads for help for jailed husband after serious health problems emerge

Esra Terzioğlu, the wife of a jailed TV director who has serious health problems, has asked for help from officials...

Another man testifies about torture by security officers during enforced disappearance

Yasin Ugan, who had been missing for six months before suddenly reappearing in police custody, has revealed in court that...

Ministry seizes elderly woman’s house she donated to Gülen-linked foundation

Turkey’s Culture and Tourism Ministry seized the house of an 87-year-old woman in the western province of Manisa because she...

Documents reveal Ankara has obtained identities of hundreds of Turkish asylum seekers in Greece,...

Turkey’s intelligence agency has obtained information on the identity of hundreds of Turkish nationals who have applied for asylum in...

Suspected remains of unsolved murder victims found in SE Turkey: report

Human remains that might belong to dozens of victims of unsolved murders in Turkey’s Southeast in the 1990s have been...

Another İstanbul church attacked amid growing hostility toward Christians: report

Another church has been attacked amid growing hostility towards Christians in Turkey, which includes arrests, mysterious disappearances, unresolved murders and...

Jailed journalist with cancer losing hope after higher court upholds conviction

A jailed Turkish journalist diagnosed with cancer has been losing hope to survive, according to his daughter, after a regional...

‘Not just coronavirus but injustice also kills,’ jailed journalist says

Büşra Erdal, a jailed journalist struggling with a judicial system that has deteriorated since a coup attempt in Turkey in 2016, said...

[OPINION] The ‘execution’ of justice in Turkey

Mehmet Tahsin A terrible play had a two-week run at the Turkish parliament. The speaker of parliament, the justice minister and deputies performed...

Court arrests 19 university students over Gülen links amid torture claims: report

A Turkish court on Tuesday ordered the arrest of 19 university students on charges of membership in the Gülen movement, which...

Former Turkish police chief jailed after 2013 graft probe attacked by guards in prison:...

Former Turkish police chief Ömer Köse, who has been imprisoned since 2014 due to his role in the December 2013 graft probes...

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