Lawyers for Ebru Özkan, who was jailed for a month, tell Haaretz that military prosecution sent her home and suspended proceedings against her by classifying her as someone who 'could not be located'
Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Erdogan’s son-in-law Berat Albayrak was appointed to be finance minister ■ new health minister owns a chain of pharmacies, education minister owns a private college, tourism minister owns a successful travel agency
With help from Russia and Iran, Assad has now recovered most of Syria but anti-Assad rebels still control Idlib in the northwest, while a Kurdish-led militia controls the northeast and a large chunk of the east
Middle East Technical University students made and carried a long banner printed with a cartoon of animals whose faces resembled Erdogan
Orgies, Blackmail and anti-Semitism: Inside the Islamic Cult Whose Leader Is Embraced by Israeli Figures
He has a harem of scantily clad 'kittens,' claims the U.K. 'deep state' brought Hitler to power and is accused of sex slavery. What draws Israeli politicians and rabbis to Turkish cult leader Adnan Oktar?
The announcement - and the absence of familiar, market-friendly ministers from the cabinet - helped to send the lira sharply lower
Launching the executive presidency which he campaigned hard to secure, Erdogan will also name a streamlined cabinet he says will push for growth to make Turkey one of the world's biggest economies
Turkish president Erdogan ordered the removal of civil servants who posed a 'threat to national security'; more than half are policemen, some 5,000 serve in the armed forces and others are academics
Erdogan can now crush Turkey's democracy – but not the deepening dissent with his rule. His only real means of assuring his pre-eminence is the further imposition of punitive and oppressive measures on civil society
Turkey’s alliance with Iran, Qatar and Russia, and its incursion in northern Syria versus the Kurds are just some of the moves that ruined its ‘zero problems with neighbors’ policy