'Reports of abuse including beatings and rape in detention are extremely alarming, especially given the scale of detentions that we have seen in the past week,' Amnesty International’s Europe director John Dalhuisen says.
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Five people were killed, including an infant.
This is his first decree since imposing a state of emergency after a failed military coup. Nephew of Muslim cleric and Erdogan rival Gulen detained.
The U.S. president says America supports Turkey's government, but any extradition requests must go through normal channels.
The volunteer, identified as Levi Jonathan Shirley, was killed by a land mine in northern Syria, his family says.
Erdogan's shakeup of the education system is perhaps the most significant. That is the system that will see to it that its graduates know how to vote properly.
Tunnel uncovered near Pakistan border where security forces have clashed with militants possibly affiliated with Al-Qaida.
The loosely organized group was all Brazilian citizens and in contact via internet messaging groups such as WhatsApp and Telegram, but did not know each other personally, justice minister says.
The three-story Abdali Mall is seen as a trailblazer in conserving what resource-poor Jordan lacks most — water and energy. It’s also part of a growing movement to build with local materials.
Turkey has branded the men, who entered Greece by air and requested political asylum, 'traitors' and 'terrorist elements' and has asked Greece to extradite them.