BREAKING: Erdoğan's bodyguards' in violent clash with protesters in Washington, 9 injured, 16/5/2017
BREAKING: Turkish Erdogan’s security personnel (in black suits) brutally beat & attacked kurdish, Armenian protesters in front of cops in Washington DC.16/5/...
Failed Turkish Coup Leaves 265 Dead As U.S. Citizens Are Urged To Continue To Stay Inside
The failed coup in Turkey left 265 dead, with 1,400 people wounds and 2,839 military personnel detained. U.S. government employees have been instructed not to attempt to travel to and from the airport...
Erdogan Calls On Obama To Extradite Cleric Blamed For Leading Coup Attempt
Turkey's Erdogan says Gulen's followers in the military were those responsible for trying to topple government. 'I condemn, in the strongest terms, the attempted military coup in Turkey,' Gulen says.
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A Turkish Court Appointed Five ‘Lord of the Rings’ Experts To Figure Out Whether This Gollum Meme Is Offensive
Turkish doctor Bilgin Çiftçi lost his job. He’s been put on trial. And whether he goes to prison hinges on one thing: Is Gollum a good guy? According to the Turkish news agency DHA, Çiftçi was expelle...
Şükrü Âli Ögel
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Behiç Erkin
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Edibe Sözen
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Adnan Adıvar
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Celâl Bayar
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