Six female teachers who volunteered to provide additional education to 35 students in a village of the Karabağlar district in the western province of İzmir barely escaped sexual assault by a group of men in the village in May, it has been revealed after the opening of a trial into the case, according to daily Habertürk.
A local court in the northwestern border province of Edirne ordered the release of an academic and a teacher, who were suspended from their duties as part of the ongoing probe into the July 15 failed coup attempt, after they attempted to escape to Greece illegally from the province's Uzunkörpü district on Sept. 11, Doğan News Agency has reported.
Six eighth-grade students in an elementary school in Gromiljak, near Kiseljak, Bosnia-Herzegovina, have been lightly injured by their teacher.
This happened when the man, a Sarajevo resident whose initials are M.B., started "throwing desks around the classroom," the daily Nezavisne Novine is reporting on Friday.
A local court sentenced a teacher to 508 years and three monts in prison on April 20 on charges of sexually assaulting 10 male school children in the Central Anatolian province of Karaman.
The 54-year-old teacher, identified only by the initials M.B., pleaded not guilty in the hearing, which took place amid tight security measures.
A teacher facing up to 600 years in prison on charges of sexually assaulting 10 male school children in the Central Anatolian province of Karaman has denied all accusations in the first hearing of the case.
The 54-year-old teacher, identified only by the initials M.B., pleaded not guilty in the April 20 hearing, which took place amid tight security measures.
A trial into a teacher who is facing 600 years in prison on accusations of sexually assaulting 10 male school children in the Central Anatolian province of Karaman has begun amid tight security measures.
The Karaman Governor's Office has banned reporters from attending the trial, while also prohibiting all press briefings, gatherings or rallies in the province.