Middle East

Turkey dismisses thousands of police and civil servants

A total of 7,563 people, including police, have been dismissed in the latest purge, the Anadolu news agency reports.

Turkey dismisses thousands of police and civil servants

Opinion

Middle Eastern supporters of Turkey's failed coup

A year on, the UAE and Egypt's involvement in Turkey's failed coup attempt is more apparent than ever before.

Ismail Numan Telci

by Ismail Numan Telci

Ismail Numan Telci

Turkey

Erdogan links detained rights activists to failed coup

Turkish leader calls meeting raided by police a continuation of the 2016 putsch, a claim Amnesty International denies.

Erdogan links detained rights activists to failed coup

Media

Talk shows, Islamist women and post-Arab Spring media

Scholars have analysed the media landscapes of Turkey, Tunisia and Morocco – three countries in political transition.

Talk shows, Islamist women and post-Arab Spring media

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Turkey opens trial of suspected military coup plotters

Trial of 221 main suspects of July 15 coup bid begins amid heavy security and calls for death penalty.

Turkey opens trial of suspected military coup plotters

Turkey

Malaysia deports Turkish nationals accused of coup link

Police confirm three citizens arrested under security law returned to Ankara as rights group warns of 'crass abuse'.

Malaysia deports Turkish nationals accused of coup link

Middle East

Turkey detains ex-stock exchange workers for Gulen link

State-run media says 62 detained are suspected of being linked to the US-based cleric blamed by Turkey for failed coup.

Turkey detains ex-stock exchange workers for Gulen link

Middle East

Turkey suspends 9,000 police officers for 'Gulen links'

Suspension follows arrests targeting alleged network of US-based cleric blamed by Turkey for failed coup attempt.

Middle East

UK report: Some Gulenists involved in Turkish coup

'Relative lack of hard evidence' that Gulen movement as a whole was behind coup attempt, UK Parliament reports says.

UK report: Some Gulenists involved in Turkish coup

Europe

Turkey protests against Norway giving officers asylum

Ambassador to Ankara summoned after Norway grants political asylum to Turkish officers allegedly linked to failed coup.

Turkey protests against Norway giving officers asylum

Europe

Germany angers Turkey with coup remarks and PKK rally

German spy chief unconvinced US-based religious leader was behind failed coup as PKK backers hold rally in Frankfurt.

Germany angers Turkey with coup remarks and PKK rally

Middle East

Turkey newspaper 'military unease' claim angers Erdogan

Headline alleging there is an 'unease' at the country's military headquarters angers President Erdogan.

Hurriyet's 'military unease' headline angers Erdogan

Middle East

Turkish Kurds appeal to EU court over leaders' arrest

Pro-Kurdish HDP files application at European Court of Human Rights over arrest of its leaders, Demirtas and Yuksekdag.

HDP applies to ECHR over arrests of its leaders

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Erdogan 'assassination plot' trial begins in Turkey

Trial of 47 people accused of plotting to kill President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has begun in the southern city of Mugla.

Erdogan 'assassination plot' trial begins in Mugla

Middle East

Timeline of attacks in Turkey

Bombings since start of 2015 have mostly been blamed on ISIL and armed Kurdish groups.

Timeline of attacks in Turkey