Turkey Government suspends 11500 teachers over alleged links to Kurdish militants Turkey has suspended 11500 teachers over alleged links to the outlawed Kurdistan Worker's Party (PKK) a Turkish official said on Thursday confirming an earlier report from broadcaster CNN Turk that cited the education ministry. Prime Minister Binali Yildirim visited the mainly Kurdish southeast over the weekend and said in a speech there that an estimated 14000 teachers had links to the PKK which is…
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Turkey government seemed to have list of arrests prepared: EU's Hahn
The swift rounding up of judges and others after a failed coup in Turkey indicated the government had prepared a list beforehand, the EU commissioner dealing with Turkey's membership bid, Johannes Hahn, said on Monday.
Turkey's Government Reports Thousands of Military Personnel Detained, 265 People Dead After Failed Coup
Turkey's Government Reports Thousands of Military Personnel Detained, 265 People Dead After Failed Coup Photo: AP Turkey’s Prime Minister Binali Yildirim announced there have been 265 casualties and 1,440 wounded as a result of clashes between military personnel and government forces following an attempted military coup in Turkey, the New York Times reports. Yildirim also said that 2,839 military personnel have been detained. At a news conference in Ankara, Turkey on Satur..