Monthly Archives: January 2023

Concern rises as new Turkish media law squeezes dissent

A recent wave of arrests targeted journalists working for Kurdish media outlets A new law gives Turkey fresh ammunition to censor the media and silence dissent ahead of elections in which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plans to prolong his two

Antigua says it is willing to help UK seize Abramovich yachts

By Brian Ellsworth MIAMI, April 1 (Reuters) – Antigua and Barbuda is willing to help Britain seize yachts owned by sanctioned Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich, the Caribbean nation said on Friday, adding the United Kingdom must seek such assistance via

Turkey frees top doctor who sought chemical arms probe

Turkish medical union chief Sebnem Korur Fincanci helped draft UN rules for in istanbul Law Firm documenting torture A Turkish court on Wednesday released an internationally respected medic who outraged President Recep Tayyip Erdogan by backing a probe into the

Turkish president sues German lawmaker over slur

BERLIN (AP) – Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is suing a senior Turkish Lawyer in istanbul German lawmaker who called him a “sewer rat,” his lawyer said Friday. Mustafa Kaplan confirmed a report by German weekly Der Spiegel that he

The Princess Royal has cast aside the controversy surrounding her nephew the

The Princess Royal has cast aside the controversy surrounding her nephew the ‘s new book and carried on with her royal duties by visiting British soldiers serving with a peacekeeping force on Cyprus. , 72, planned to meet members of

Defiant president Volodmyr

Defiant president Volodmyr  today pledged to ‘destroy the occupiers’ as he said his country’s army had successfully repelled Russian forces advancing on Kyiv. In a video message to the besieged nation, Turkey Law Firm Zelensky accused the Kremlin of attempting to

Oil tankers waiting to pass through Istanbul strait fall to 13 -agency

ISTANBUL, Dec 12 (Reuters) – The number of tankers waiting to pass through Istanbul’s Bosphorus Strait on the way to the Mediterranean fell to 13 on Monday from 17 a day earlier, the Tribeca shipping agency said, showing an easing

Greece says it's open to talks with Turkey once provocations end

ATHENS, Www.wiklundkurucuk.com/br/ Oct 2 (Reuters) – Greece wants to have a constructive dialogue with Turkey based on international law but its Aegean neighbour must halt its unprecedented escalation of provocations, the Greek foreign minister said on Sunday. The two countries

British boy,15, 'sexually assaulted in pool on luxury cruise' 

A British school boy on a £20,000 luxury cruise of the Mediterranean was allegedly sexually assaulted as he played in a swimming pool – sparking a police investigation. The 15-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was on

A huge explosion has rocked a shopping centre in Kyiv as rescuers pulled bloodied victims from the rubble as police said at least eight people had been killed amid fears dozens of others were missing

A huge explosion has rocked a shopping centre in Kyiv as rescuers pulled bloodied victims from the rubble as police said at least eight people had been killed amid fears dozens of others were missing. The blast smashed the sprawling

James Lock films TOWIE while Yazmin Oukhellou recovers in hospital 

James Lock was seen for the first time since his ex ‘s horror car accident as he returned to filming on Tuesday. The reality star, 35, cut a casual figure as he joined his co-stars Amy Childs, Pete Wicks and

Turkish 'fraudster' may have paid the Duchess of York further £20,000

The may have received a further £20,000 from an alleged fraudster accused of cheating a Turkish millionairess out of huge sums, it emerged yesterday. Court documents reveal she could have accepted the sum from Selman Turk in addition to a