A court in Basra gave a three-year prison sentence to a bank manager and ordered her to pay more than $8 million over graft charges
Prime Minister Jaber Al-Mubarak was quoted by local newspapers as telling parliament that Musallam al-Barrack's documents are of no value
Two anonymous Twitter accounts used to release secretly recorded conversations appear to have been blocked
Gul could sabotage the government at any time if Erdogan fails to meet the expectations of his oldest political ally
In the last local elections, the AK Party got only 38% of the votes and over 50% in the general elections
Prime Minister Erdogan confirmed the blocking of YouTube and said the audio leak was ‘shameful’
“I don’t care what the international community will say,” Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said to his opponents over his decision to block Twitter.
The government is now trying to justify its monitoring activities by adopting a bill to change the intelligence agency's responsibilities
The government says the reform was needed to protect privacy
The troubling trend of a 'deep state' in Turkey has flourished despite the recent graft probe of the country's government
Those who are defeated dream of a savior coming even from afterlife. They exalt Salaheddine who died before 900 years and they carry the pictures of ...
We too readily assume that everything has two sides and that it is our duty to be on one or the other
The Ankara officers were dismissed amid Turkey’s corruption scandal
The military complaint came as Erdogan’s government is weakened by a wide-ranging corruption investigation
Erdogan’s government imposed the restrictions last month amid media revelations of a massive corruption investigation
In a statement marking the new year, Gul noted "a tough year for both our country and the world."
A string of public figures including high-profile businessmen and the sons of three ministers were detained on Dec. 17
In an episode of “Kelime Oyunu” (“Word Game”) a contestant was asked to guess a six-letter slang word for someone who takes bribes
Ruling party questions motives of Turkish people tweeting in English and claims its part of global conspiracy
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has thrown Turkey’s hard-won democracy into disarray
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