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President Erdogan To Return To AKP As Chairman

A constitutional referendum, which was approved by a slight majority of the Turkish people on April 16, will go into effect in 2019. The historic change enables the president to become head of both...

Road To Judicial Posts In Turkey Passes Through Party Membership

Submission of Turkey's already battered judiciary into the political sway of the ruling party reached a new level, making judicial independence nothing but a dead letter. Turkey's sweeping purge in judiciary following an abortive coup...

NATO Presses Turkey To Respect Rule Of Law In Latest Arrests

NATO has urged Turkish authorities to respect the rule of law while prosecuting suspects who participated in the coup attempt last summer, joining a chorus of Western institutions to denounce Ankara's overreaching crackdown on...

U.S. Says Turkish Air Strikes In Syria Put American Troops At Risk

The United States has said recent Turkish air strikes in northern Syria put U.S. soldiers at risk, reiterating its concerns over Turkey's bombardment of a U.S.-backed Kurdish group and calling on Ankara to focus...

Turkey Sought To Bury Story On Iran Sanctions Buster

A Turkish journalist has revealed that senior Turkish officials had worked hard to bury a story that his newspaper was working on about Iranian gold trader Reza Zarrab, illustrating a longstanding interest of the...

Turkey Suspends 9,000 Police In Latest Purge

The Turkish government has suspended more than 9,000 police officers in the latest purge wave since abortive coup attempt last summer, bringing the total of dismissed public officials to nearly 150,000. Hours after the Turkish...

Disrobed And Jailed, Turkey’s Judges Suffer In Dark

A frail man in a black tracksuit with sparse hair next to a frighteningly big V-shape surgery scar on his head, looking down in evident exhaustion... That can hardly be how Ibrahim Ethem Kuris,...

US Says ‘Very Concerned’ About Turkish Air Strikes On Syrian Kurds

The U.S. State Department has expressed its concern over Turkish air strikes on Syrian Kurdish militants in northern Syria, allied forces in the fight against the Islamic State (ISIS), says that strikes were not approved by...

Flynn Broke Law By Taking Money From Turkey, Russia — House Committee

Former White House National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn does not appear to have complied with the law when he received money from Russia and Turkey, U.S. House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz and Rep....

Anti-ISIS Coalition Dismisses Turkey’s Claim About YPG Influence

Syrian Kurdish militants did not push the U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State (ISIS) to halt support for Turkish operations in Syria, coalition spokesperson told The Globe Post on Tuesday, dismissing a longstanding claim...