Violence against LGBT people
Five people were murdered per day across Turkey in 2016, according to a report from the Police Department and the Gendarmerie Command.
Firearms were used the most in the 1,948 murders committed in the country in 2016, the report said.
Most of the murders were committed due to conflicts over money or honor killings, according to official figures.
LGBT rights group Zagreb Pride is organising a protest entitled 'Love Is and Remains Stronger than Hate' on Monday at 6pm in the centre of Zagreb, after tear gas was set off at a nightclub in the capital during a LGBT party in the early hours of Sunday - an attack that was strongly condemned by Croatian officials.
The terrible massacre by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) on a nightclub in Ortaköy last week has triggered Turkey's most traditional debate on "secular versus conservative" lifestyles.