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Turkey Mehmet Ali Agca, the Turkish man who shot and wounded Pope John Paul II in 1981, was released from a Turkish prison in Ankara on Monday after serving prison terms totaling 29 years, proclaiming that he was “the Christ eternal.” Under heavy
A retired Turkish general tied to an ultra-nationalist group is being investigated for allegedly paying four companies from a secret fund, authorities say. Four persons have been arrested and charged with accepting payments from Gen.
Kurdish Southeast under the guise of anti-terror efforts, has been denied officially, more and more current and former officials are publicly admitting its existence.
Once free, Agca is apparently hoping to land lucrative book deals and earn big sums for interviews. He has reportedly even written to Dan Brown, author of the best-selling "Da Vinci Code" about his idea for a book titled "The Vatican Code". The Pope
Mob boss says former politicians should be tried in Ergenekon case A crime boss serving four years in prison for heading a gang has stated that former President Süleyman Demirel, former Prime Minister Tansu Çiller and former Prime Minister Mesut Yı
Jenkins says Americans should watch ‘Valley of the Wolves’ Analyst Gareth Jenkins, who made several presentations in the United States in November criticizing the Turkish government and the investigation into Ergenekon -- a neo-nationalist gang
The Turkish gunman who tried to kill former pope John Paul II in 1981 will go on holiday when he is freed next week from nearly three decades in jail, his lawyer said on Thursday...He "will stay in a hotel in Ankara for two days and then rest in a
AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici) The end of a letter written by Mehmet Ali Agca, the Turkish gunman who wounded Pope John Paul II in 1981, saying "I will answer to all of these questions in the next weeks," in Ankara, Turkey, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010.
Dialogue between judge, Ergenekon suspect revealed Phone conversations between a senior judge and an Ergenekon suspect in which the judge informs the suspect about the course of a legal case and praises him have revealed the judiciary’s influence in
2nd Ergenekon trial resumes, expected to proceed slowly The second trial into Ergenekon, a clandestine gang charged with plotting to overthrow the government, in which 108 suspects including retired generals, former senior police officers and a