Erdogan Puts Park Development on Hold

The message from protesters have been received, says Turkey's Prime Minister after two weeks of riots.Elad Benari, Canada, 6/14/2013, 11:36 PM

Erdogan Willing to Hold Referendum Over Protesters' Demand

Turkish Prime Minister raises the possibility of bringing the issue of the demolition of Gezi Park to a referendum, says his spokesman.Elad Benari, 6/13/2013, 5:42 AM

Turkish Gov't on the Warpath Against Twitter, Facebook

A spokesman for Turkey’s ruling AK Party on Wednesday labeled the Twitter social media website to be "deadlier than car bombs."Chana Ya'ar, 6/12/2013, 12:28 PM

Turkey: Police Use Tear Gas as Riots Continue

Riot police fire tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters in Istanbul; Erdogan says there will be "no more tolerance" for demonstrations.Elad Benari, 6/12/2013, 12:12 AM

Erdogan Agrees to Meet Protest Organizers

Turkish Prime Minister to meet with leaders of the protest movement behind the anti-government demonstrations.Elad Benari, 6/11/2013, 4:16 AM

Tensions Rising, Turkish Police Attack Protesters Overnight

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan orders police to "intervene" with protesters across the nation.Chana Ya'ar, 6/10/2013, 8:12 PM

Tens of Thousands Hit Turkey's Streets as Protests Continue

Tens of thousands of demonstrators packed the streets of Turkish cities, challenging Erdogan’s call to end their civil uprising.Arutz Sheva Staff, 6/9/2013, 6:35 AM

Erdogan Remains Defiant After a Week of Protests

Turkish Prime Minister says that the anti-government protests "are bordering on illegality" and must end.Elad Benari, 6/7/2013, 6:13 AM

Video: Violence Continues in Turkish Riots

Video shows police using tear gas and water cannon to disperse apparently peaceful demonstrators.Gil Ronen, 6/5/2013, 8:14 PM

Fresh Violence Erupts As Turkey Protests Enter 6th Day

Turkish police use tear gas and water cannons on hundreds of protesters in Istanbul, Ankara and Hatay.Elad Benari, 6/5/2013, 4:16 AM

Erdogan Claims Situation in Turkey Calming Down

Turkish Prime Minister says the situation in his country is “now calming down”, despite a fourth day of violent protests.Elad Benari, 6/4/2013, 4:43 AM

Turkey Riots Enter Fourth Day

Demonstrators used a mechanical digger and trucks to break through police lines.Gil Ronen, 6/3/2013, 1:21 PM