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Akin Ipek is the former head of a media conglomerate, which is accused of helping to finance suspected coup mastermind Fethullah Gulen.

Six US senators introduced legislation to restrict loans from international institutions to Turkey, after a court ordered a US pastor to remain in jail.

Turkey jails Cumhuriyet journalist under anti-terror law

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Turkey jails Cumhuriyet journalist under anti-terror law

Turkey's crackdown on press freedom continues a day after lifting a two-year long state of emergency.

Turkey state of emergency expires after two-year crackdown

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Turkey state of emergency expires after two-year crackdown

Opposition activists warn of increasing authoritarianism in Turkey despite the country's emergency law coming to an end.

US pastor held in Turkey could be released: lawyer

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US pastor held in Turkey could be released: lawyer

The prosecution is set to conclude its case on Wednesday against Andrew Brunson in a trial that has deepened a rift between the NATO allies.

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Turkish court orders US pastor to remain in prison

Andrew Brunson's trial has further strained tense relations between NATO allies Turkey and the United States.

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Turkey set for new 'anti-terror' law after election win

Erdogan's party submitted an 'anti-terror' bill on Monday that would allow police to hold suspects without charge for 48 hours.

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Turkey marks second coup anniversary

Turkey marked the second anniversary of a failed coup attempt.

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Turkey sentences dozens to life over coup deaths

A Turkish court handed the suspects life prison terms over the deaths of 41 people on an Istanbul bridge during the 2016 coup attempt.

Erdogan decree dismisses tens of thousands of state employees

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Erdogan decree dismisses tens of thousands of state employees

Turkish authorities have called for the dismissal of more than 18,500 state employees.

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Turkish police launch raids, arrest 350 over Gulen ties

Authorities have arrested more than 77,000 people as part of an ever-widening crackdown since the failed July 2016 coup attempt.

Turkey shifts to presidential system ahead of Erdogan's inauguration

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Turkey shifts to presidential system ahead of Erdogan's inauguration

The wording in some 5,000 laws were changed Wednesday before President Erodgan takes office under a new system with substantially expanded ...

Turkey orders arrests of 68 in continuing <em>Gulen</em> crackdown

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Turkey orders arrests of 68 in continuing Gulen crackdown

The arrest of dozens of colonels was ordered as Turkey continues its operation against Gulen supporters.

US urges Turkey to strengthen its democracy

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US urges Turkey to strengthen its democracy

The US has greeted Edogan's re-election with lukewarm enthusiasm, calling on the country to "strengthen its democracy".

Turkey's Erdogan faces resurgent opposition in twin election test

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Turkey's Erdogan faces resurgent opposition in twin election test

Turks began voting on Sunday in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's toughest election test, with ...

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Turkey arrests 14 suspected Islamic State group members

Turkish authorities arrested 14 suspected IS members accused of planning an attack as the country prepares to go to the polls.

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Jailed Kurdish leader makes appeal ahead of Turkey vote

Former leader of the HDP party Selahattin Demirtas addresses a rally from prison.

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Erdogan will lift state of emergency 'after election win'

Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has vowed to immediately lift the country's state of emergency if he is re-elected this month.

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Greece 'to protect' Turkish soldiers wanted for anti-Erdogan coup

Eight Turkish soldiers that Ankara wants extradited over coup charges have been placed under 24/7 armed guard.

Erdogan to consider lifting state of emergency after elections

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Erdogan to consider lifting state of emergency after elections

The Turkish president has hinted that the state of emergency - that has been used to detain thousands of people - could be lifted soon after the ...

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Turkey suspends migrant deal with Greece as tensions flare

Greek courts on Monday released four Turkish soldiers accused of involvement in 2016 failed coup for fear they will not face a fair trial at ...

Turkey post-coup sweep saw 2,000 suspects detained

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Turkey post-coup sweep saw 2,000 suspects detained

More than 2,000 people have been arrested by Turkish security forces during a sweep on suspects linked to the 2016 failed coup attempt.

Turkey opposition fields left-wing candidate in election bid

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Turkey opposition fields left-wing candidate in election bid

Turkey's opposition are hoping leftist Muharrem Ince will give Erdogan a run for his money at the June presidential elections.

Turkish lira crashes to new low against the dollar

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Turkish lira crashes to new low against the dollar

Turkey's lira is in free-fall, losing five percent of its value in one day and adding pressure on the central bank to increase interest rates, ...

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