The state of emergency will be extended for 3 months starting from Oct. 19, announced Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş on Monday.
- Turkish reporter Ayşenur Parıldak set free after spending some 6 years in prison
- 73-year-old Kurdish man dies of Covid-19 in prison: report
- 1.5-year-old child joins mother in prison: report
- Turkish journalist says Karabük police arrests 14 female university students in midnight raids
- 6-month pregnant jailed woman released on probation after almost 2 months in prison
- Turkish Supreme Court of Appeals upholds 4-year prison time for leading opposition figure
- 24 former public officials detained in midnight raids for “providing financial support” to families of imprisoned “Gulenists”
- 6-month pregnant jailed woman hospitalized due to heavy breathing difficulty
- Turkish court arrests military cadet for third time in 6 months
- Retired engineer with Parkinson’s disease in prison for almost a year over coup, terror 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.