Central & South Asia
People & Power
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11 - 20
Turkey lifts decades-old ban on headscarves
Measure allowing women to sport the Islamic head scarf in state institutions is part of broader package of reforms.
Last updated: 08 Oct 2013 14:40 GMT
Erdogan's presidential ambitions
Turkey's PM faces constitutional and electoral challenges if he wants to become president.
Last updated: 27 Aug 2013 18:32 GMT
Analysis: Turkey's divisive Ergenekon trial
Conviction of alleged coup plotters seen by many as Islamists' revenge against the army.
Last updated: 12 Aug 2013 14:59 GMT
Clashes erupt after Turkey trial verdicts
Police disperse protesters gathered around courthouse as ex-army chief and many others sentenced in conspiracy trial.
Last updated: 06 Aug 2013 07:41 GMT
Turks sharply split over protest movement
Al Jazeera speaks with 10 Turks about their views on the recent unrest and Prime Minister Erdogan's policies.
Last updated: 13 Jun 2013 15:53 GMT
Taksim Square is not Tahrir Square
The main actors in Turkey's ongoing protests are motivated by reactionary ideology, not environmental concerns.
Ali Murat Yel
Last updated: 12 Jun 2013 15:30 GMT
Turkey's PM to meet protest leaders
Erdogan's deputy announces first concession since onset of unrest amid protests in Istanbul and Ankara for 11th night.
Last updated: 11 Jun 2013 05:45 GMT
Turkey's prime minister berates protesters
Erdogan fires up party loyalists in Ankara, saying his patience with ongoing anti-government protests is wearing thin.
Last updated: 10 Jun 2013 02:26 GMT
Turkey police disperse pro-secular protesters
Tear gas and water cannons used to disband thousands marching in Ankara to mark Republic Day.
Last updated: 29 Oct 2012 22:59 GMT
Turkey convicts three former generals
Turkish court sentences three former generals to life in prison, in Turkey "sledgehammer" coup trial.
Last updated: 21 Sep 2012 17:22 GMT
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