Luxembourg’s foreign minister has accused Turkish authorities of using methods reminiscent of those employed by the Nazis in a crackdown following a July coup attempt in Turkey.
- Turkish court removes travel ban for former Zaman journalists
- Antalya police detain YouTube journalist Arif Kocabıyık
- 87-year-old bedridden inmate fit to remain in prison, says Turkish Council of Forensic Medicine
- İstanbul Pride: At least 361 LGBT activists detained throughout Sunday’s parade
- Purge-victim law professor drowns trying to save friend at an Ontario lake
- Hundreds gather in Strasbourg to demand justice for victims of Turkey’s post-coup crackdown
- Turkish government 1,000 more police officers over alleged links to “terrorist organizations”
- 10 including nice of Turkish cleric Gülen arrested while trying to enter Greece
- Mother of purge-victim cadet shares pictures of his son six years apart
- Top court releases 67 military cadets after 6 years in prison on coup charges
Turkey Purge monitors unlawful crackdown of Turkish government in the aftermath of the failed coup, maps human rights abuses, hate crime and hate speech against political dissent in the country.