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Insurance company AKsigorta refuses to pay auto claim for purge victim

AKsigorta, a Turkish insurance company, has rejected a claim for damages sustained in an accident by one of its insureds on the grounds that the claimant...

University students face investigation for questioning rights violations, jailing of children with mothers

An investigation has been launched into a group of students from Gaziantep University in southeastern Turkey for staging a protest against rights violations in Turkey and the...

Ankara Governor’s Office bans meeting planned by purge victims

The Ankara Governor’s Office has banned a meeting planned to take place in the capital city this weekend by victims of a government purge in the...

OHAL commission rejects 33,700 out of 36,000 applications from purge victims

A commission set up by the Turkish government to look into complaints from individuals who were affected by government decrees during a state of...

Father of soldier slain in Afrin turns out to be KHK victim

The father of Turkish soldier Abdullah Taha Koç, who was killed during an ongoing military operation in the Afrin region of Syria, has turned...

5,717 academics dismissed under Turkish government decrees

Following a botched coup attempt in July 2016, 5,717 academics at 117 universities were dismissed from their jobs due to government decrees issued under...

Mother of 7-month-old commits suicide after purged by gov’t decree in Turkey

Sevgi Balcı, mother of a seven-month-old baby and a nurse who was fired by a government decree in October 2016, committed suicide by hanging...

[UPDATE] 922 more, including 120 academics, 190 diplomats dismissed by gov’t

With two new decrees that Turkey issued on Friday morning, enabled by state of emergency powers, 922 more people, including 120 academics and 190...

Ex-deputy police chief arrested when he objects to dismissal at state of emergency bureau

İ.K., a former deputy police chief in Gaziantep who was dismissed by a government decree after a failed coup last year, got detained when...

Police seal off workshop established by socialist students in Ankara

Hours after Turkey’s Interior Ministry announced that 18 foundations and 13 health associations had been shuttered by a new government decree issued under the...

[UPDATE] 416 reinstated to their posts by new gov’t decree

A total of 416 people from various ministries and public institutions who were dismissed by earlier decrees were reinstated to their posts by a...

New gov’t decree authorizes RTÜK to transfer licenses of shuttered media outlets

According to a government decree issued on Thursday, Turkey's media watchdog, the Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTÜK), will be able to transfer the broadcasting...

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Turkey’s judicial council rewards judges and prosecutors for their role in gov’t-led prosecutions: report

Turkey’s Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HSK) on Friday named 11 judges and prosecutors, many of whom played critical roles in government-led prosecutions, as...

‘We have to take measures,’ says Erdoğan as opposition questions COVID death toll

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Friday said his government was obliged to take measures in the face of skyrocketing COVID-19 infections in the...

NATO’s reform plan to make veto more difficult likely to be blocked by Turkey

NATO-appointed experts on Wednesday presented to the foreign ministers of member countries a plan on reforming the alliance, including a proposal to make it...

Belgium’s highest criminal court will convene over Facebook posts insulting Gülen-linked residents

A court in Belgium on November 16 referred 14 Belgians of Turkish descent to the country's highest criminal court over Facebook comments targeting residents...

4 detained in police raid of Kurdish party branch, other locations in eastern Turkey

Four people were detained when Turkish police raided the provincial office of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) and various other locations in the...
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