• Turkey attracts numerous journalists

    Turkey attracts numerous journalists

    istanbul August 10, 2017 11:42 Hot Recent News

    The Turkish police arrested numerous journalists on Thursday. According to the Turkish state press office Anadolu, a total of 35 media representatives have been held. Among them is an editor of the critical newspaper Birgün.

  • Quest for Joey resumed

    Quest for Joey resumed

    silifke August 10, 2017 05:48 Hot Recent News

    In the mountains at Silifke this morning is searched for traces of missing Joey Hoffmann. The team started all the while with the search, for the heat gets too much.

  • Frans Timmermans is a eager EU Commissioner

    Frans Timmermans is a eager EU Commissioner

    brussels August 9, 2017 14:27 Hot Recent News

    Frans Timmermans honors the reputation of Dutch economy. For work visits to Apeldoorn, Cologne or Groningen, the Vice-President of the European Commission does not declare hotels, while expenditure of 8.66 and 14.65 euros for a meal does not really pave the way.

  • German activist in Turkey is not released

    German activist in Turkey is not released

    istanbul August 4, 2017 13:15 Hot Recent News

    German human rights activist Peter Steudtner is temporarily stuck in Turkey. The court in Istanbul ruled Friday that the suspicions against the activist are serious enough to hold him to his trial. Also, a Swedish and six arrested Turkish human rights activists are not yet at liberty, said lawyers of the suspects.

  • President Iran: no return to isolation

    President Iran: no return to isolation

    ankara August 3, 2017 12:15 Hot Recent News

    Iranian President Hassan Rohani has promised Thursday that his country will no longer be in isolation. At his deployment by ayatollah Khamenei, Iran's highest spiritual leader, the 68-year-old president said on Thursday that 'we will never accept isolation.'

  • Cupcatches Turkey Cup for Judge

    Cupcatches Turkey Cup for Judge

    ankara August 1, 2017 12:00 Hot Recent News

    The lawsuit against the alleged headlines of the coup attempt last summer in Turkey started in Ankara on Tuesday. Together, 486 suspects are justified by throwing out the government of President Erdogan.

  • Turkey takes over a thousand people

    Turkey takes over a thousand people

    ankara July 31, 2017 10:48 Hot Recent News

    The Turkish authorities arrested more than a thousand people last week. They are suspected of involvement in attempting a coup last year or of ties with militant groups, according to the Minister of Interior Monday.

  • Turkey draws up suspicious German companies

    Turkey draws up suspicious German companies

    berlijn/ankara July 24, 2017 14:24 Hot Recent News

    Turkey has been mistaken for a list of German companies that would support terrorism. The list has been revoked. This was the message of Turkish Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu Monday to his German colleague Thomas de Maizière, reported German media.

  • Turkish police arrested protesters

    Turkish police arrested protesters

    abkara July 23, 2017 19:54 Hot Recent News

    The Turkish police arrested 61 protesters on Sunday in Ankara. They demanded the release of two teachers who were thrown into prison two months ago because they had been in hunger strike to get back their jobs. They lost the suspicion of involvement in the failed coup last July.

  • Çavusoglu: Gabriel still my friend

    Çavusoglu: Gabriel still my friend

    istanbul July 20, 2017 18:18 Hot Recent News

    Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavusoglu thinks it is running out of crisis with Ankara and Berlin. During a visit to northern Cyprus, he said he was still on Thursday with his German colleague Sigmar Gabriel. 'I still call him my friend. You can not have the same opinion about everything, but what matters is that you can talk about it. '

  • 'Turkey Holds Germans Like Hostages'

    'Turkey Holds Germans Like Hostages'

    berlin July 20, 2017 11:06 Hot Recent News

    The Turkish government imprisons Germans to put pressure on the Federal Republic to deliver Turks in Germany to Ankara. Here, German diplomats and people at the Foreign Ministry in Berlin are now convinced, reported the newspaper Bild.

  • Ankara blames Berlin interference

    ankara July 20, 2017 08:24 Hot Recent News

    The Turkish government has blamed Berlin on Thursday that it is unacceptable that Germany interferes with Turkey's internal affairs. This is a response to the German demand that Turkey released a German human rights activist, reported German media.

  • Germany calls for Turkish ambassador

    Germany calls for Turkish ambassador

    berlin July 19, 2017 13:39 Hot Recent News

    The Turkish ambassador in Berlin was called on the mat on Wednesday and the German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel interrupted because of the tensions with Ankara's holiday. The ambassador is understood that the recent arrest of a German human rights activist is not acceptable.

  • Evolutionary learning from Turkish school books

    Evolutionary learning from Turkish school books

    ankara July 18, 2017 17:45 Hot Recent News

    The evolutionary theory of Darwin has been removed from the new curriculum for Turkish schools. Turkish students will only be heard later on in the biology class, for the rest, the subject will only be discussed at the university. 'For students it is still too high,' said Minister of Education Ismet Yilmaz on Tuesday.

  • Turkey extends emergency state

    Turkey extends emergency state

    ankara July 17, 2017 17:18 Hot Recent News

    The Turkish parliament has renewed the state of emergency in the country again by three months. The emergency was declared a year after the failed coup in July. Earlier this day, it was known that the Turkish authorities ordered the arrest of 127 people, suspected of involvement in the attempted coup. Especially businessmen and journalists have been arrested.

  • Turkish rebels in Syria succeed with Kurds

    Turkish rebels in Syria succeed with Kurds

    beirut July 17, 2017 14:36 Hot Recent News

    Observers of the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (SOHR) reported Monday that the fighting was escalated at Ayn Diqna, about 30 kilometers north of Aleppo. Also, the SDF would be taken by Turkish soldiers. The pro-Turkish warriors in the area are doing an offensive, according to the observers.

  • Erdogan remains with a hard approach

    Erdogan remains with a hard approach

    ankara July 16, 2017 07:33 Hot Recent News

    Turkish President Erdogan remains unharmed with hard action against the perpetrators of the failed coup last year. 'The poor cops and anyone who has fired us will no longer find peace,' he said in a nightly speech to the parliament in Ankara. If the people's decision decides to reintroduce the death penalty, he immediately signs his signature, he said.

  • Erdogan continues to introduce capital punishment

    Erdogan continues to introduce capital punishment

    istanbul July 15, 2017 22:03 Hot Recent News

    On the first anniversary of the failed coup, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has once again expressed his willingness to reintroduce the death penalty. During a memorial meeting at the Bosphorus Bridge, which became a symbol of opposition to the coup, Erdogan said Saturday night that he would sign the law for it if the parliament so wanted.

  • Another thousand redundancies in Turkey

    Another thousand redundancies in Turkey

    ankara July 14, 2017 20:09 Hot Recent News

    Turkey, on Friday, a day before the anniversary of the failed coup a year ago, fired more than 7000 government officials by decree. These are mainly police officers, civil servants and academics. The purification of the state apparatus ordered by the government of Erdogan after the coup of July 15, 2016, received the next succession.

  • Producer Erdogan movie arrested

    Producer Erdogan movie arrested

    istanbul July 13, 2017 13:27 Hot Recent News

    The Turkish police arrested the producer of a film about President Erdogan. Ali Avci and another person were detained in the house of the producer in Istanbul, the Turkish press office DHA reported Thursday. Avci is accused of joining the Gülen movement.

  • Dutch stuck to drug trafficking in Turkey

    Dutch stuck to drug trafficking in Turkey

    istanbul July 11, 2017 06:24 Hot Recent News

    The Turkish police, with the arrest of eight suspects, two of whom have Dutch nationality, have wound up a big drug gang. According to Turkish media, the police found 773 liters of acetic anhydride, a chemical used for heroin production. The stuff would have been imported from the Netherlands.

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