Judges found that verses referencing sexual habits and race were 'unacceptable'
This month marks the centennial of a secret pact.
'We as Germans know what happens in the early stages of a dictatorship', the artists who projected the message have said
'Shame on those who in the West divert their sensitivity to the so-called freedoms, rights, and law shown in the debate over gay marriage away from Syrian women, children, and innocents in need of aid'
The Turkish interior ministry has denied that police and soldiers are attacking refugees
The Queen might be constitutionally obliged to remain neutral at all times but there have, of course, been numerous occasions her political views have slipped out
Kim Sengupta finds that the presence of extremists, intelligence agencies and smugglers of people, arms, looted artefacts and oil, have made Turkish border towns like Gaziantep a place of illicit opportunities and danger
The burger contained goat's cheese in reference to a satirical poem about the Turkish President
Fall-out from strongman Erdogan’s latest power play looks likely to affect the EU’s refugee policy
Mr Davutoglu confirmed that he will formally step down at his party's congress on 22 May
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A party official told Reuters that Davutoglu is not planning on standing for leadership at the AKP congress
Country's language body also criticised for entries on 'available' and 'bad women'
Another 22 people have been wounded in the attack in the city on the Turkish-Syrian border
At least one person was believed to be dead and 13 injured in the blast
Alert follows four suicide bombings so far in 2016, including two blamed on Isis