Anti-government protesters in Turkey are defiant despite the police sweeping through a camp in Istanbul. They're vowing to keep up the pressure on Prime Minister Erdogan, who has largely dismisssed their demands.
The Gezi Park protests shook Turkey three years ago, leaving 11 people dead and thousands injured. While five murder suspects are on trial, there has been criticism alleging biased proceedings.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is hoping to transition to a presidential system. The EU is following the changes closely but prefers to stick to realpolitik, Professor Ayse Ayata told DW's Seda Serdar.
Turkey's incoming prime minister, Binali Yildirim, has unveiled his new Cabinet. Although most members of the previous government will retain their posts, there have been some notable changes.
The Bundestag president has criticized the Turkish regime's push to strip legislators of parliamentary immunity. Norbert Lammert told Süddeutsche Zeitung that Turkey's president has "autocratic ambitions."
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