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Turkish realtor in Ankara’s Embassy area investigated over spying for Iran

Turkish realtor in Ankara’s Embassy area investigated over spying for Iran

Ankara’s Embassy area: According to the classified documents obtained by the Nordic Monitor, a Turkish realtor who operated in a district where diplomats’ homes are situated in the capital city Ankara was probed over spying for…

Human rights
Thousands of minors have been arraigned in Turkey on charges of insulting the president.

Thousands of minors have been arraigned in Turkey on charges of insulting the president.

Sunday, December 20, 2020. For more than six years Turkey has been plagued by deteriorating human rights problems. Major human rights abuses have taken place, with the arrest of celebrities, children, politicians and people accused…

Embassies
U.S. Embassy in Turkey comments Khalilzad’s visit

U.S. Embassy in Turkey comments Khalilzad’s visit

The U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad arrived in Ankara on December 3 to discuss with Turkish counterparts support for Afghanistan Peace Negotiations. The ambassador also travelled in Qatar where he met…

Migrant workers
NGOs accuse EU’s Frontex agency of pushing back migrants from Greek waters

NGOs accuse EU’s Frontex agency of pushing back migrants from Greek waters

Last week the Guardian report revealed that the Frontex vessels were involved in illegal maritime pushback exercises to forcibly push back migrants and refugees from entering the EU via Greek waters.  The Greek Coast Guard (HCG) has…

Human rights
Erdogan protects his interests other than Islam

Erdogan protects his interests other than Islam

The Sultan complicit with China in crimes against Muslims of Xinjiang Muslims who today share the speeches of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on social networks should know that this is just a huge lie.…

Human rights
In Turkey the Green Party is reborn to protect nature and human rights

In Turkey the Green Party is reborn to protect nature and human rights

In Turkey, 110 activists led by the journalist Dogan Urbarli have reconstituted the Yesiller Partisi, the Turkish “Green Party”. Nature in Turkey is under attack. The country signed the Paris Agreement on climate change, but…

Human rights
In a human rights catastrophe Greece moves to pushback refugees

In a human rights catastrophe Greece moves to pushback refugees

An investigation conducted by The Guardian, which included interviews with five victims of pushbacks, 10 NGOs which are working across the Aegean Sea, including Human Rights Watch, Aegean Boat Report and Josoor, and a series…

Labour rights
Why Greece Is Merciless Is Expelling Migrants?

Why Greece Is Merciless Is Expelling Migrants?

Greece is not supporting of migrant movement and tales of abuse and atrocities continue to mount unabated.  There are confirmed reports that the Greek Coast Guard has been accused of abandoning asylum seekers close to…

Human rights
Turkey decides on crucial accord of women’s safety

Turkey decides on crucial accord of women’s safety

In the backdrop of increased scrutiny on violence against women in the country, the ruling party in Turkey is set to decide whether it will stay in the Istanbul Convention. Over the past few days,…

Migrant workers
EU has another go at resolving Greece-Turkey migration crisis

EU has another go at resolving Greece-Turkey migration crisis

On Wednesday, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis held talks with the Vice President of the European Commission Josep Borrell at the Maximos Mansion in Athens to initiate Rome-Ankara conflict resolution over the ongoing migration crisis.…

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