Turkish coup d'état attempt

‘It Must Be a Mistake’: No End in Sight to Turkey’s Global Vendetta

"I called him several times in the evening, but his phone was out of reach," she said. "Finally, my son located his iPhone. We found his car parked with a flat tyre at around 3.20 in the morning. The doors were open. His jacket, glasses and two mobile phones were inside."

Authorities seek up to 15 years in jail for ByLock app’s license holder

Authorities are seeking up to 15 years in prison for the license holder of ByLock, an encrypted messaging app developed and exclusively used by FETÖ members, the state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.

Alpaslan Demir, a U.S. citizen of Turkish origin who goes by the name David Keynes, surrendered to Turkish authorities in Istanbul on June 9, according to the report.

Bulgaria Censured for Expelling Turkish Journalist Fleeing Arrest

A refugee waits near the Pazarkule Border gate early morning at the Turkish-Greek border, in Edirne, Turkey, 04 March 2020. EPA-EFE/SEDAT SUNA

The Bulgarian state was ordered to pay the journalist 15,000 euros in damages.

The court in Strasbourg found that he was forced to leave Turkey amid a widespread crackdown in the aftermath of a failed coup in July 2016.

NATO at the center of Turkey’s security, says defense minister

Turkey is putting NATO at the center of its security while sharing all of its values and burden, the Turkish defense minister has said just a few days before the NATO leaders' summit, recalling that the Turkish army ranks atop in terms of force contribution to the alliance's missions.