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Erdoğan advisor: We’ve defeated the US five times since 2015

Retired Brig. Gen. Adnan Tanrıverdi, a top advisor of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, said Turkey has defeated the US five times since 2015,...

16 more officers detained over Gülen links

The Bayburt Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office on Sunday issued detention warrants for 16 soldiers of various ranks as part of a witch-hunt targeting people...

Military officer candidate asked about Quran and Gezi protests

Amid criticism that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan used a failed coup attempt as an opportunity to turn NATO's second biggest army into an Islamist...

[UPDATE] 84 more military members sought for detention over alleged Gülen links

The Konya and Trabzon chief public prosecutor’s offices have issued detention warrants for 84 soldiers of various ranks as part of a witch-hunt targeting...

Detention warrants issued for 35 military members over Gülen links

The Mersin Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office has issued detention warrants for 35 soldiers of various ranks as part of a witch-hunt targeting people claimed...

Minister says 5,300 new cadets to be recruited

Amid the debate over purges in the Turkish military, Defense Minister Fikri Işık has said 5,300 more military school cadets will be enrolled in...

[VIDEO] Pro-gov’t armed group says government supports people bearing arms

While posing with a gun during an interview, the leader of an armed pro-government group said the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) government...

Report: Gov’t ponders purging 90,000 military officers

In a new phase of an investigation into a coup attempt in Turkey on July 15, the government plans to probe 90,000 more military...

MHP’s Oğan: AKP giving arms training to shopkeepers

Sinan Oğan, one of four Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) deputies who were referred to the party’s disciplinary board for expulsion because they disagree with...

Turkish military to enlist 30,000 new personnel after purge

Amid criticism that the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) is pushing the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) away from NATO, Defense Minister Fikri Işık...

Recruitment duties for retired officers fuel debate over Erdoğan’s ‘secret army’

Regulations that task retired officers and noncommissioned officers with recruiting cadets and military personnel went into effect on Saturday amid debates that this is...

Column on Erdoğan’s alleged ‘private army’ removed by court

A column by Cumhuriyet’s Çiğdem Toker on SADAT A.S. International Defense Consulting, which has also been called President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s “secret army,” was...

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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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