Suspension follows arrests targeting alleged network of US-based cleric blamed by Turkey for failed coup attempt.
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Middle East21 Feb 2017 06:54 GMT
Pro-Kurdish HDP files application at European Court of Human Rights over arrest of its leaders, Demirtas and Yuksekdag.
Turkey attempted coup20 Feb 2017 10:43 GMT
Trial of 47 people accused of plotting to kill President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has begun in the southern city of Mugla.
Middle East19 Feb 2017 19:27 GMT
Bombings since start of 2015 have mostly been blamed on ISIL and armed Kurdish groups.
Europe26 Jan 2017 15:44 GMT
Turkish military officers, sought by Ankara over July's failed coup, fled to Greece in helicopter and requested asylum.
Middle East30 Dec 2016 19:59 GMT
Draft constitutional amendments will abolish prime minister's post to hand full executive powers to the presidency.
Turkey attempted coup30 Dec 2016 07:35 GMT
An in-depth look at the key issues surrounding the deadly coup attempt that shook Turkey in July 2016.
The Listening Post06 Nov 2016 10:45 GMT
We take a closer look at the ever-increasing numbers of media closures and steadily decreasing numbers of news sources.
The Listening Post05 Nov 2016 11:24 GMT
The story of Turkey's media crackdown, told through the numbers. Plus, the state of the media in Serbia today.
Turkey04 Nov 2016 16:35 GMT
Co-leaders of the pro-Kurdish HDP, Selahattin Demirtas and Figen Yuksekdag, arrested on terrorism-related charges.
Turkey04 Nov 2016 09:58 GMT
Co-leaders of HDP party among 11 MPs in detention for not appearing at court over terror-related charges.
Turkey01 Nov 2016 16:57 GMT
The EU criticised Turkey on press freedom following the arrest of senior staff members of a national daily.
Turkey attempted coup31 Oct 2016 04:21 GMT
Post-coup crackdown continues as government fires thousands of employees and closes down 15 pro-Kurdish media groups.
Turkey attempted coup28 Oct 2016 07:26 GMT
Ankara makes a fresh push for the extradition of US-based businessman it holds responsible for July coup attempt.
Turkey17 Oct 2016 19:22 GMT
Public meetings in Turkish capital banned until November 30 due to alert over "potential terror attacks", officials say.
UpFront15 Oct 2016 13:36 GMT
"Strong alliance" with US and EU to continue despite crackdown, says Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek.
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