Ankara's chief prosecutor ordered the detention of 110 soldiers from the air force on Friday for suspected links to a U.S.-based cleric
Turkey will lift the state of emergency introduced after a failed 2016 coup and which granted President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government greater powers.
The United Nations called on Turkey on Tuesday to end the state of emergency in place since July 2016 that it said had led to widespread human rights violations.
A Turkish prosecutor issued detention warrants for 120 suspects from the military, the state-run Anadolu agency said on Thursday.
Turkish police detained 172 people in the latest operation targeting supporters of U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen within the arm.
Turkish family of PakTurk Schools director has been abducted by authorities in the eastern city of Lahore, HRCP said.
A Turkish court on Thursday jailed on terror charges 14 lawyers representing two detained teachers who have been on hunger strike for six months after being sacked.
Thirty journalists from a Turkish newspaper went on trial on Monday, facing life sentences over charges that they had links to a failed coup attempt.
Turkish authorities issued detention warrants for 79 former school employees on Wednesday over alleged links to last year’s failed military coup.
Erdoğan’s exploited attempted coup to bolster his power.
Turkish authorities issued arrest warrants for 35 employees of media groups on suspicion of links to the alleged mastermind of the failed 2016 coup Fethullah Gulen.
Turkey dismissed about 1,519 Imams and staffers from the Directorate of Religious Affairs over alleged links to terrorism on Sunday.
It is not easy to find a Turkish political dissident old man who is being chased by regimes and terrorist organizations from all over the world.
The State of Emergency has been extended for four times in Turkey since the coup attempt.
Fethullah Gulen, says he has no plans to flee the United States and would accept extradition if Washington agrees to a request by Ankara to hand him over.
Turkish authorities jailed local chairman of Amnesty International pending trial over charges of "membership of a terrorist organisation"
The head of Amnesty International in Turkey was charged late Friday over suspected links to the movement of a Muslim cleric blamed by authorities.
Turkish police detained 53 former employees of the Istanbul stock exchange
Turkish authorities have expelled more than 3,900 people from the civil service, military and gendarmerie, the government said in its Official Gazette on Saturday.