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Turkey's Erdogan dares rival to return home
Fethullah Gulen accused of sowing dissent after second audio leak deepens allegations of government corruption.
Last updated: 27 Feb 2014 22:39 GMT
Turkey's media pressure points
Amid accusations of censorship, is government pressure creating a climate of intimidation for media in the country?
Last updated: 17 Feb 2014 14:04 GMT
Turkey: The life of a battered woman
Domestic violence has soared in the past decade, but shelters for abused women remain scarce.
Last updated: 10 Feb 2014 10:53 GMT
The internet bill: Is freedom of expression under threat in Turkey?
What will remain of Turkey's freedom of expression in light of the new internet bill?
Last updated: 08 Feb 2014 09:38 GMT
Can Turkey's secularists defeat Erdogan?
Long an ineffectual opposition party, the CHP may now have a chance to chip away at AKP's political monopoly.
Last updated: 28 Jan 2014 12:41 GMT
Thousands protest corruption in Turkey
At least 20,000 people gather in capital Ankara to protest against government after latest corruption probe.
Last updated: 11 Jan 2014 19:49 GMT
Erdogan open to retrial of coup plot officers
Turkish prime minister says he would not oppose retrial of hundreds of military officers convicted on coup plot charges.
Last updated: 06 Jan 2014 10:14 GMT
Turkey opens tunnel linking Europe and Asia
Dubbed the "project of the century" by the government, the ambitious railway link cost 3bn euros.
Last updated: 30 Oct 2013 07:33 GMT
Kurds and women top Turkish PM reform plans
Proposed reforms are anticipated as key to the Kurdish peace process and for Erdogan's political prospects.
Last updated: 01 Oct 2013 05:43 GMT
In this sublime struggle of ours: After Egypt, on Turkey and terror
What does Erdogan's government in Turkey and Sisi's in Egypt share in common? 'Nothing' cannot be correct, says scholar.
Last updated: 23 Aug 2013 14:39 GMT
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