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He Observed a Protest. Now He Faces a Possible Life Sentence.

When the police banged on his door and took him away for questioning one dawn in November 2018, Yigit Aksakoglu assumed he would be home in time to catch his afternoon swim. But after a 10-hour interrogation, he was...

Mass firings in Turkey: ‘We have been given a social death sentence’

Fifty-six-year-old Tahsin Uysal used to worked as a teacher in the southern Turkish city of Adana. He's one of tens of thousands of civil servants who lost their jobs after the failed June 15, 2016, coup. The workers were accused en masse of being members of...

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Turkey tops ECHR list in freedom of expression violations in 2019

Turkey ranked first regarding violations of freedom of expression in 2019, the European Court of Human Rights’ (ECHR) annual activity report revealed on Jan. 29. Among the total 68 judgements in which the court has found a violation of...

Turkey: UN Review Should Address Sharp Decline on Rights

(Istanbul) – A review of the situation in Turkey before the United Nations offers a chance to acknowledge and address the country’s human rights crisis and the dramatic erosion of its rule of law framework, Human Rights Watch said today. On January...

Turks sacked by government decree band together to demand rights

More than 125,000 public employees were dismissed by statutory decree (KHK) during a two-year state of emergency after the July 2016 coup attempt. Most are accused of links to the now banned Gülen movement, a secretive Islamist group once allied to President...

Polémica en BBVA: Su filial turca no acepta a los disidentes de Erdogan

Nuevo golpe a la reputación del BBVA. Sin recuperarse de la crisis de imagen más seria que ha sufrido tras su imputación en el ‘caso Villarejo’-la investigación abierta por el espionaje a empresarios, políticos y periodistas-, la entidad liderada por Carlos Torres,...

My son is not a coup plotter: A mother’s struggle to prove her cadet son’s innocence

For the past couple of months, a woman has protested the plight of military students who were sentenced to life imprisonments over the failed coup attempt of 2016. On Jan. 19, Melek Çetinkaya began a “Justice March” to...