ANNO XIV Novembre 2020.  Direttore Umberto Calabrese

Mercoledì, 03 Agosto 2016 01:09

Erdogan: West 'supports terror'

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan has once again spoken out against the country’s allies in the West, saying that they supported last months attempted military coup.

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There have been more repercussions after Turkey’s failed coup. Reports from Ankara’s state-run Anadolu news agency said 11 soldiers have been arrested.

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The handling of a pro-Erdogan rally in Cologne over the weekend has put further strain on already tense relations between Turkey and Germany.

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Ankara (Turkey) - In Turkey two senior generals have resigned, as the prime minister prepared to meet military commanders for a major overhaul the armed forces in the wake of a failed coup. Their resignations come one day after the mass dismissal of military personnel.

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Istanbul (Turkey) - Prominent Turkish commentator and former politician Nazli Ilicak is among 42 journalists facing arrest after the authorities issued warrants for their detention, according to local media.

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Sabato, 23 Luglio 2016 23:52

Turkey: the crackdown intensifies

Ankara (Turkey) - The crackdown is intensifying in Turkey, following a failed coup attempt over a week ago.

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Ankara (Turkey) - The eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece and sought asylum on Saturday received a two month suspended sentence for entering the country illegally.The soldiers deny taking part in the failed coup attempt and claim they left Turkey for fear of mass-detention. Turkey’s extradition request and the soldier’s asylum claims are ongoing.

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Ankara (Turkey) - The atmosphere on Thursday morning in Ankara, on the day Turkey’s three-month state of emergency came into effect, was more sombre than it was the previous night when thousands of President Erdogan’s supporters gathered in the main square.

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Ankara (Turkey) - Turkey has stepped up its purge following Friday’s coup attempt, now targeting universities and schools.

On Wednesday morning broadcaster TRT reported that the Turkish Higher Board of Education had “banned all academics” from travelling abroad.

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Ankara (Turkey) - President Erdogan of Turkey has told supporters that he will approve the death penalty being reintroduced if parliament votes for it.

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