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On Thursday: Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned that his government has tightened their grip over internet. We will take new step on 30th March and could ban social media networks (
A 52-year-old man carrying suspicious package was arrested outside the office of the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday morning, state media reported. The alleged attacker was carrying a package that resembled a
Turkey Turkish state-run TRT Television station says eight of the country's weightlifters are out of the Mediterranean Games after failing doping tests at a training camp. The lifters face bans from six months to two years for testing positive for
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan addressed thousands of cheering supporters in the conservative stronghold of Kayseri yesterday, appealing to grassroots followers after weeks of often violent protest against him and his government.
Re-cep Tay-yip Er-do-gan! chanted supporters of the Turkish prime minister, as a friend and I made our way through the absolutely mammoth crowd that descended on the Kazlicesme area of Istanbul last Sunday to hear their leader speak. As with Erdogan'
The Denver Post The Turkish ambassador to the United States supported his government's administration and defended his nation's position as a rising world leader during a talk with the Denver World Affairs Council on Wednesday. As Ambassador Namik
After long week of clashes between demonstrators and Police Turkey’s Prime minister has claimed victory against the protestors .He says that "Our democracy has been tested again and came out victoriously."
A man stood still in Istanbul's Taksim Square: silent, staring straight ahead, he had not moved for hours. His peaceful action, on the square that police cleared of protesters on Saturday and where the Turkish authorities have banned gatherings, was
Turkeys deputy prime minister on Monday raised the possibility that the army could be called in to help quell the continuing civil unrest, the latest sign of the governments impatience and officials hardening stance against a nearly three-week-old
Clashes in Turkey persist as police continues to crackdown on protest rallies and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan remains defiant to their demands. Four people have been injured overnight in the capital Ankara as police used once again