Turkey Suspects 8,000 People from 90 countries Attempting to Join IS

abna24 24 January 2015

Turkey's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson reported that Turkey has a list containing the names of 7,833 people from 90 countries who are suspected of trying to join the


Former Miss Turkey 'questioned by police' over poem criticising President Erdogan

The Independent 23 January 2015
By Heather Saul

A former Miss Turkey winner was reportedly questioned by police after posting a satirical poem on social media mocking the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Merve


"l'Histoire” publishes extensive series of articles on Armenian Genocide

ARMENPRESS 23 January 2015

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the February issue of the French authoritative "l'Histoire” journal was published with an extensive series


‘Sick man’ Europe in need of robust Turkey, says PM

DAILY SABAH 22 January 2015

Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that Turkey has successfully passed all economic and political tests, proved to be a stable actor in the region and is no longer the


Busted! Turkey caught smuggling weapons to al-Qaida

WND 22 January 2015
By F. Michael Maloof

Turkish intelligence, under the apparent direction of then Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, allegedly has been authorizing the smuggling of arms to al-Qaida cells


In Turkey, Prayers For Muslim Killers Not Muslim Victims

worldcrunch 22 January 2015

ISTANBUL — The Turkish authorities all condemned the daily newspaper Cumhuriyet for publishing selections from Charlie Hebdo. From the president to the prime minister, from


Turkey: Charges against musician of insult to prime minister

artsfreedom 22 January 2015

On 16 January 2015 an investigation was opened against folk music artist Kutsal Evcimen because of insulting the prime minister of the time, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, with the folk


Turkish Twitter whistleblower exposing corruption in Turkey

Skeptical Science 22 January 2015
By Dave Gamble

There is a twitter user who is spilling the innermost secrets of the corrupt Turkish Government, and you can even read the tweets in English as well. He claims he’s male,


Turkish Twitter whistleblower exposing corruption in Turkey

Skeptical Science 21 January 2015
By Dave Gamble

There is a twitter user who is spilling the innermost secrets of the corrupt Turkish Government, and you can even read the tweets in English as well. He claims he’s male, works alone, is


Twitter complies with Turkey's 'national security' blackout demand – BLOCKS newspaper's tweets

The Register 19 January 2015
By Kelly Fiveash

Turkey has once again browbeat Twitter into censoring some of the content posted on the micro-blogging site, after being threatened with an outright ban in the country. The


Turkish magazine gives the answer Charlie Hebdo deserves

abna24 19 January 2015

Turkish satirical magazine Cafcaf, the only publication in Turkey which places emphasis on Islamic values, has hit back to the Charlie Hebdo arrogance with a unique cover.


‘Straw Dolls’: A Film about the Armenian Genocide

Armenian Weekly 19 January 2015

New Jersey native and filmmaker Jon Milano is honoring his connection to the Armenian community with "Straw Dolls,” a film that focuses on the Armenian Genocide of


Turkey PM backs press freedom, warns against stigmatising Muslims

Yeahoo News 16 January 2015

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told the European Union on Thursday they shared many values, including freedom of speech, but warned against stigmatising Muslims in the


Turkey's Erdogan Hits Out at Netanyahu for Role in Paris Rally

Kafir Crusaders 14 January 2015

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan denounced Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on for attending a solidarity rally in France after the attack on satirical journal Charlie Hebdo and


Erdogan blasts West for Paris massacres

WND 14 January 2015
By Michael Maloof

The battle lines between Turkey and Egypt over who will be the "moderate” voice of Islam in the Middle East became more pronounced as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan


Turkish president accuses 'the West' of being behind Charlie Hebdo attacks

The Daily Mail 14 January 2015
By Sara Malm

The President of Turkey has suggested French security forces are to blame for the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris last week, since the culprits had recently served prison


Amal Clooney takes on Armenia genocide case in European court

The Telegraph 14 January 2015
Nick Squires

After weighing into the Elgin Marbles controversy and the imprisonment of journalists in Egypt, Amal Clooney is to step into another high-profile case – the Armenian genocide.


Only 9 percent of Turks say Armenian killings genocide: poll

Daily Star 14 January 2015

Less than 10 percent of Turks believe their government should recognize the mass killings of Armenians in World War I as genocide, according to a survey published


Turkey’s border lifeline for some, road to jihad for other

ANSA med 14 January 2015

Turkey's admission that the girlfriend of one of the jihadists behind a recent attack in Paris had crossed into Syria in recent days has led to growing criticism of the NATO


Turkey defends ties with Hamas

Rudaw 14 January 2015

Turkey’s Prime Minister said that his country does not regard Hamas as a terrorist organization, just as Ankara was sidestepping blame for Islamists using its territory to

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