Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Istanbul to mark the end of a 25-day march. The protesters walked 450 kilometers for justice. The main opposition leader, Kemal Kilicdaroglu hopes to unite Turkey’s different opposition groups.
A Turkish court has issued life imprisonment for "attempting to violate the constitution" in the failed 2016 coup.
Ankara stopped three global banks from speculating on the lira after the currency fell to a record low. Rumors spread that the West is trying to harm Turkey, when, in truth, investors were spooked by Erdogan's excesses.
Istanbul prosecutors have issued a new arrest warrant for rights activist Osman Kavala, shortly after he was acquitted on terrorism charges in a trial pertaining to the 2013 Istanbul protests in Gezi Park.
NATO has met for crisis talks after Syrian airstrikes killed dozens of Turkish troops, marking a major escalation in the brutal conflict. Follow DW for the latest updates on the fallout of the Idlib offensive.
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