39 news in the category "Politics" ordered by date
The court sentenced BDP Parliamentarian Sebahat Tuncel 8 years 9 months imprisonment .
Demands for pleading in Kurdish marked the first hearing of the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) trial of 44 journalists on Monday. Chief Justice Ali Alçık also
In the trial that Kurdish journalists are put on trial when the court board left the hall, the hearing couldn't begin. The arrested journalists by turning
The State Supervisory Council (DDK) announced today its report on the Armenian journalist Hrant Dink's murder.
Turkish police raided offices of trade unions in capital Ankara early on Monday and arrested at least six trade union activists over alleged links to Kurdish
IHD (Human Rights Association) and MAZLUMDER (The Association of Human Rights and Solidarity For Oppressed People) delegations, who prepared a preliminary monitoring report by on-site examining
Local activists and residents of Şirnak province have claimed that 50 villagers fled for their safety, when Turkish F-16′s started a night raid. Nearly 50 people
Turkish police on Tuesday arrested 38 people around Turkey, including mainly dissident journalists over suspected links with Kurdish rebels, local media reports said.
Some workers occupied the center of the Republican People's Party (CHP) in Mersin, a big industrial city in south of Turkey. The occupation ended with the
24 members of BDP (Peace and Democracy Party) have been taken into custody in Sanliurfa last week as part of the KCK (the Democratic Confederation of
Revolutionary Youth Bridge that has been built in 1969 by the revolutionaries of the day but was blown up in 1999 is building again. The Bridge
The campaign led by the TZP-Kurdi to boycott the schools in support of education of Kurds in their own language kicked off. Boycott was especially supported
Unofficial referendum results are issued on Sunday. Boycott was the dominant choice of voters in certain provinces, while 58 % of the voters said "yes", and
Democratic Society Congress organized a two-day meeting and announced a resolution.
Support comes from intellectuals, lawyers, politicians, and representatives of civil society organizations of Ankara for the boycott campaign.
Retired lieutenant general Atilla Kiyat said that the Extra-judicial political killings were a state policy between 1993-1997.