|By Michael Shields | Reuters | Mar 8, 2017| Several Turkish citizens with diplomatic passports have sought political asylum in Switzerland, the Tages-Anzeiger newspaper reported on Wednesday, calling the move a potential test of the neutral country's ties with Turkey. The paper said...
|By Stockholm Center for Freedom | Mar. 3, 2017| Twelve businessmen have been detained in Kayseri province for raising humanitarian relief for families of people jailed in an ongoing crackdown on the Gülen movement, which the government accuses of attempting...
|By Author: N.N., Turkey (*)| 1. Because of some criminal investigation against high profile government and intelligence agencies such as 17-25 December 2013 Corruption Cases, MIT Truck to ISIS cases,  President Erdogan see the judiciary as a serious threat to...
|By Ilhan Tanir |Washingtonusapoint | Below, a letter I received from a dismissed judge regarding inhuman treatment of detainees, arrested individuals since the coup attempt. Reporters who want to reach reach this dismissed judge can send me email to tanir.ilhan@gmail.com...
|By Janene Pieters |NL Times |Feb. 17, 2017| The Turkish consulate in Rotterdam confiscated the Turkish passports of a number of Dutch-Turkish people believed to be affiliated with the Gulen movement, Trouw reported on Friday. The people involved were told...
|By Rengin Arslan |BBC News |Feb. 12, 2017| Turkey academics speak of fear and loss amid mass sackings Turkey's university lecturers remain defiant, despite what they describe as heavy-handed police tactics during protests against the latest sacking of 330 academics. In the...
|By Constanze Letsch |The Guardian | Feb.12, 2017| ‘I feel like I have been buried alive’: families live in fear and isolation as Erdoğan leads a witch-hunt More than 125,000 people have been sacked on suspicion of links to a dissident cleric. Two...
Decree Law No.: KHK/667 On 22 July 2016 the Council of Ministers, meeting under the chairmanship of the President of the Republic, has decided to take certain measures under state of emergency pursuant to Article 121 of the Constitution and...
|By Gordon Fairclough | The Wall Street Journal | Dec. 31, 2016 | Turkish Authorities Detain Wall Street Journal Staff Reporter Dion Nissenbaum for 2½ Days | American journalist held without access to lawyers or family, leaves Turkey for U.S. after release. Turkish authorities detained...
| John S. Kiernan President | NYCBAR (The New York City Bar Association) | Sep. 15, 2016 | Letter to H. E. Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan On Turkish Government’s Actions Following July 2016 Attempted Coup | H.E. Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan President of the...

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