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Turkish justice minister says 15 suspects jailed ahead of trial for spying for Israel

A court in Istanbul has ordered 15 of 34 people detained on suspicion of spying for Israel be held in prison awaiting trial, Turkey's justice minister said late Friday.

The suspects were arrested Tuesday for allegedly planning to carry out activities that included "reconnaissance" and "pursuing, assaulting and kidnapping" foreign nationals living in Turkey.

Positive end to the year for Greens and Reds

Panathinaikos and Olympiakos finished their year with relatively easy Euroleague wins, as the Greens defeated visiting Red Star Belgrade on Thursday and the Reds overcame lowly Alba in Berlin on Friday.

Panathinaikos played in front of a capacity crowd at the Olympic Sports Hall and won 82-65 for its 10th victory in 17 games.

Tears in the courtroom: Parents of murdered children in "Ribnikar" revealed details

The first prosecutors were heard.
The court summoned nine members of the Martinovi, Boovi and iki families, who will testify before the judicial authorities for the first time and talk about their loss and the crime. The second main hearing is scheduled for tomorrow, December 29, when five members of the Aimovi and Vlahovi families will testify.

Court indicts public officials in 2014 Soma mine disaster

A local court has filed a case against a group of public officials in connection with the 2014 mining disaster in the western province of Manisa's Soma district that claimed the lives of 301 workers.

According to a statement from Some Prosecutor's Office on Dec. 25, the case encompasses 28 public officials identified with negligence in Türkiye's deadliest mining accident.