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July 30, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lawmakers criticise UK arms sales to Russia; Cameron pledges no new exports
NEWS
Ex-Murdoch reporter escapes jail over UK phone-hacking crimes
A former tabloid reporter who admitted hacking hundreds of phones to find stories for two Sunday newspapers was spared jail on Thursday for helping secure the conviction of Prime Minister David Cameron’s ex-media chief Andy Coulson.
28 July 2014/ 08:42/ MICHAEL HOLDEN, LONDON 0
UN says 121 children killed in Gaza, ‘no safe place for civilians’
Palestinian civilians in densely-populated Gaza have no place to hide from Israel’s military offensive and children are paying the heaviest price, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
28 July 2014/ 08:50/ , 0
US on police arrests: Investigation should be fair
In its first public comment on the recent arrest of scores of police officers in Turkey, the United States repeated its calls for fairness and transparency in any judicial investigation and said it will continue to discuss the matter with the Turkish authorities.
24 July 2014/ 16:41/ TODAY'S ZAMAN, İSTANBUL 0
Erdoğan’s war against Hizmet: Step by step
Turkish prosecutors carried out a number of arrests and raids on the morning of 17th December 2013 as part of a series of on-going corruption investigations implicating a number of people (e.g. sons of three cabinet members) with very close ties to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s AK Party government. PM Erdoğan’s response has been to call this a coup attempt against his government orchestrated by a coalition of foreign and domestic enemies and to call for Turkey’s second struggle of independence against these forces. 
23 July 2014/ 12:30/ İSMAİL MESUT SEZGİN, LONDON 0
European court faults Turkey over tear gas-related death
NEWS
The European court has found Turkey guilty in killing a protesters in southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakır eight years»»
‘Seeking revenge shouldn't be reason for judicial proceedings'
NEWS
Vengefulness and hostility should not be the reason for taking legal action against a group or an individual, presidential»»
UK warns Putin: Russia could face sectoral sanctions after jet downed
Britain warned Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin on Monday that the Russian economy would face sectoral sanctions unless Moscow»»
22 July 2014/ 11:18 / REUTERS, LONDON 0
Cameron turns to women and Eurosceptics in major ministerial shake-up
British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday pushed through his biggest government shake-up since coming to power in 2010,»»
21 July 2014/ 08:40 / ANDREW OSBORN AND WILLIAM JAMES, LONDON 0
Church of England votes ‘yes’ to women bishops
The Church of England voted on Monday to allow women to become bishops, a historic decision which overturns centuries of»»
21 July 2014/ 08:35 / TESS LITTLE, LONDON 0
UK apologises for scheme that let Irish bomb suspect go free
NEWS
A British scheme to inform Irish nationalist militants they were no longer wanted by police was flawed, the government said»»
Sencar: Undecided voters key to determining Turkey’s new president
OPINION
Sencar also said that Prime Minister Erdoğan is in an advantageous position as he uses all public resources to his own favor.»»
The 10 best castles in Turkey
LIFE & LEISURE
Flick through brochures offering holidays to Turkey and the impression you’ll get is of a country perfect for sunbathing,»»
Wave of protests against BBC ‘Biased reporting’ of Gaza crisis
NEWS
Hundreds of people flooded the streets in cities across the UK, holding placards and chanting against the BBC’s ‘pro-Israel»»
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