The deputy chairman of Turkish main opposition party, Muharrem Erkek, claimed that American pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been under house arrest and at the center of a heated debate between Turkey and the U.S., may be released…
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The deputy chairman of Turkish main opposition party, Muharrem Erkek, claimed that American pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been under house arrest and at the center of a heated debate between Turkey and the U.S., may be released pending trial after his October 12 hearing.
Turkey's Competition Authority has fined US tech giant Google around $15 million for violating competition rules in sales of mobile software.
Turkey's top appeals court on Thursday ordered the release of an opposition lawmaker convicted last year of leaking classified material to the press, state media reported.
The head of the United Nations Humanitarian (U.N.) Taskforce for Syria, Jan Egeland, told the media that Turkey and Russia's deal to avoid a Syrian government offensive on Idlib province "is not a peace deal. It is an aversion of (a) whole-scale-war deal."
The Turkish government has made a total of 848 requests of search or arrest through Interpol from Germany, since 2016's failed coup attempt, the DW Turkish reported on Wednesday.
A Turkish court on Wednesday ordered the arrest of 24 workers, including some leaders of labor unions, after they were detained in a mass crackdown over protests on working conditions at Istanbul's giant new airport.
Turkey on Wednesday made it easier for foreigners to become Turkish citizens by cutting the financial and investment criteria required for citizenship, according to a decree from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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