Number of Ukrainian refugees into Poland passes 4-million mark

Number of Ukrainian refugees into Poland passes 4-million mark

The number of Ukrainians who have left their country for Poland since Russia’s invasion in February has crossed the 4-million mark, according to the Polish border patrol agency in a tweet on Sunday.

Purge-victim teacher set free after spending 5 days in police custody for providing online tutoring services

Purge-victim teacher set free after spending 5 days in police custody for providing online tutoring services

A Turkish teacher who was arrested by police on June 4 for providing online tutoring services to students, was set free on June 9 after spending almost five days in custody, according to Ömer Faruk Gergerlioğlu, a pro-Kurdish deputy.

Recent photograph from Izmir’s Şakran Prison reveals large number of children accompanying their mothers

Recent photograph from Izmir’s Şakran Prison reveals large number of children accompanying their mothers

A recent photograph taken in western Turkey’s Izmir’s Şakran Prison has revealed the large number of children who were made to accompany their mothers in prison, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported, citing the Bold Medya news website.

Turkish authorities arrest father of three, leaving children without parents

Turkish authorities arrest father of three, leaving children without parents

Turkish authorities on Wednesday arrested a father of three for alleged links to the Gülen movement, leaving his children without any parents, the Stockholm Center for Freedom reported, citing Tr724 news website.

37 detained across Turkey for helping families of jailed Gülen followers

37 detained across Turkey for helping families of jailed Gülen followers

Thirty-seven people have been detained in a Bartın-based operation that was also conducted in Karabük, İstanbul and Isparta provinces on terrorism charges for helping the families of people jailed over alleged links to the Gülen movement, local media reported on...

19 journalists detained in morning raids in SE Turkey

19 journalists detained in morning raids in SE Turkey

Nineteen journalists were detained in police raids on their homes in southeastern Diyarbakır province early on Wednesday due to “preparing programs for television channels broadcasting from abroad,” according to a report by the Mezopotamya news agency (MA).

Another purge-victim man dies of heart attack in prison: report

Another purge-victim man dies of heart attack in prison: report

A Turkish man named Hakan Kaşarlıoğlu reportedly died of heart attack on June 4 in the Denizli Kocabas prison.

War could last another two to six months, Ukrainian advisor says

War could last another two to six months, Ukrainian advisor says

An advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has predicted that the war with Russia could last up to half a year longer.

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