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Turkey's military broke its silence on Wednesday over reports that two officers had been detained on suspicion of plotting to assassinate a deputy prime minister, saying they were premature as police investigations were incomplete. The reports
Polish police recovered the German language sign, which reads "Arbeit macht frei" (Work makes you free), and seized five men early on Monday over the theft last Friday, which had triggered widespread outrage, especially from Israel and Jewish groups.
Ali Tatar was found dead in his house in İstanbul's Beykoz district early Sunday. Turkish broadcasters said Tatar had shot himself in the head with his handgun. The lieutenant colonel had been arrested due to suspected links to an apparent plot to
Ergenekon suspect thanks CHP, İstanbul Bar Association A suspect who is facing trial on charges of membership in Ergenekon, an organization charged with plotting a coup d’état to bring down the democratically elected Justice and Development Party (
Italo helmer Marco Tullio Giordana, best known internationally for terrorism-themed epic �The Best of Youth,� will tackle Italy�s most infamous act of postwar political terrorism, the Piazza Fontana massacre, in a high-profile film being developed by
April in police raids as part of the investigation, is part of Ergenekon’s civil society network.
Three MİT officials arrested in Ergenekon investigation The head of the National Intelligence Organization’s (MİT) Erzincan branch and two other MİT officials who were taken into custody on Saturday were arrested yesterday by the specially
Generals acknowledged existence of plot group A defendant in the trial of Ergenekon, a clandestine gang charged with plotting to overthrow the government, has stated to the court hearing the trial that some members of the military told him that a
The Turkish gunman, who tried to kill the late Pope John Paul II in 1981, wants to move to Italy after spending more than 28 years in jail, an Italian daily said on Monday...According to a report in La Repubblica, Agca wants to leave Turkey and come
Untouchable generals’ turn to testify in Ergenekon investigation Three retired high-ranking officers, whose names are frequently mentioned in an admiral's journal detailing plans to stage a coup d'état against the Justice and Development Party (AK