Violence against LGBT people
A Turkish father has finally reunited with his daughter after undergoing a tough quest to save his daughter who left her home in the Netherlands to join ISIL in Syria.
A Turkish man suspected to be an ISIL member has refused to testify in court in the Central Anatolian province of Kayseri, while the police detained 12 other suspects in the western province of Bursa, including two women sought internationally.
US President Donald Trump has said his Turkish counterpart assured him that any remaining ISIL fighters in Syria will be eliminated, after Trump abruptly ordered US troops in Syria to leave.
Amnesty International has called for a transparent and thorough investigation into the death last month of a 33-year-old LGBQT activist and the stance of police during the incident.
Zak Kostopoulos died after being assaulted and repeatedly kicked in the head outside a jewelry store in central Athens in what many have described as a homophobic attack.
U.S. troops in Syria will stay in the war-torn country until the job is done, a spokesperson for the Pentagon has said, underlining that there is still a lot of work to accomplish, like defeating ISIL and establishing security for the Syrian people.
Seven suspects were detained by anti-terror police in Istanbul on Sept. 11 for their alleged links to ISIL.
Security forces detained 15 suspects across the northwestern provinces of Istanbul and Kocaeli for alleged links to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a police source said on Aug. 7.
Australia will not give up its quest to prosecute an Australian Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) suspect despite a Turkish court rejecting an extradition application, the Australian prime minister said on July 20.
A Turkish court has postponed an extradition case against an Australian Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) suspect pending the result of a Turkish terror-related investigation, the Associated Press reported on May 24.