In the epic corruption scandal that has enthralled Turkey, where the private affairs of powerful men are leaked daily on the Internet, one secret has remained stubbornly elusive: Who is Haramzadeler?
Turkish police used tear gas and water cannons against hundreds of university students protesting after the death of a teenager who was injured during rioting last summer.
Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose government has faced near-daily leaks of audio tapes on the Internet, said the country may block access to websites including Facebook and YouTube.
Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose government has been ensnared by a series of anonymously leaked audio tapes of purported corruption, said his administration may face a new threat from covertly recorded video recordings.
Turkey’s parliament will debate a bill that would shut down schools run by a U.S.-based cleric who Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses of instigating a graft probe against his government.
Turkish President Abdullah Gul told his 4.3 million followers on Twitter yesterday that he shared their concerns about a restrictive new Internet bill.
Turkey’s President Abdullah Gul said he’s working to ease the tensions raised by a corruption inquiry that has rattled the government, which blames an Islamist movement run by a former ally.
The Federal Open Market Committee is likely to further trim bond purchases as it meets for the last time before Janet Yellen takes over as head of the U.S. central bank from Ben S. Bernanke.
Here's today's look at some of the top stories on markets and politics in Europe.
"If it's going to be real cleaning, that will be wonderful."
- Abdullah Gul on Sep 28, 2013