Wikileaks claimed Monday it was under attack after it announced it would release hundreds of thousands of documents related to Turkey and the failed military coup attempted Friday, CNET reported.
, Soldiers And Government Officials. Barack Obama's "friend" in Turkey is a deeply corrupt radical Islamist dictator that has just staged a coup to consolidate his grip on power.
Turkey Requests Extradition of Cleric, Revokes License of 21,000 Teachers; Dear Merkel (Another Question)
WikiLeaks claims to have over 300,000 emails from Erdo?an's AKP party.
Opponents of Turkey's strongman have only solidified his position.
Leading up to Coup Announced. WikiLeaks reported suffering a "sustained attack" after it announced the upcoming release of hundreds of thousands of documents relating to Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Justice and Development Party (AKP)
As we predicted last year, the deep state coup against Erdogan finally materialized last weekend…but it fizzled out almost as quickly as it arrived. So what are we to make of this would-be putsch?
Dramatic events over the weekend in Turkey underscore the fragility of the region -- primarily driven by destructive US foreign policy. Is the coup really over, and what will its aftermath mean for US policy in the region?
Following a failed coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the government moved swiftly Sunday to shore up his power and remove those perceived as an enemy, saying it has detained 6,000 people.
- Erdogan Arrests 6,000 In Historic "Systemic Purge", Incirlik Airbase Commander Detained
TURKEY today set itself on a war path with America as tyrant Recep Erdogan attempts to reassert his iron grip on the country following a failed military coup.
This is a second follow-up to Military Coup in Turkey, Top Officials Held Hostage, Currency Plunges, Erdogan via Radio Calls for Resistance.
ISIS, Kurds, someone else? Who attacked the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul yesterday...and who benefits?
The terrorist attack on Ataturk Airport in Istanbul Tuesday immediately drew a crass barb from Donald Trump implying that it supported his notion of banning Muslims from the US. Trump probably doesn't know that the Turks are mostly Muslim, so he i
Religion of Peace Strikes Again
TASS reports, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that he would like to mend relations with Russia but he does not know what step Moscow expects him to take. He was speaking in Izmir before leaving on an African tour.
Editor's Comment: The U.S. rhetoric in Syria has backed off significantly, but there are certainly still those who'd love to see things escalate into a wider war, and force whatever candidate assumes the presidency to push for war.
Pretending Period is Over The refugee crisis in Europe got more interesting this week.
Erdogan Seeks Change to Charge Opposition Lawmakers as 'Terrorists'
US Would Only Confirm Deployment 'Under Discussion'
One month ago, we cited Turkey's president Tayyip Recep Erdogan who said that "it is not only the person who pulls the trigger, but those who made that possible who should be defined as terrorists, regardless of their title," ...
We recently discussed how Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has turned his suppression of critics to other countries and was demanding action from governments against his critics.
Has the US finally had enough of its "ally" Erdogan?
In an instance of bizarre timing or, perhaps, foreknowledge, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned Europe only four days ago that it could see terrorist bombings and attacks in its cities in the near future if it does not cease support for an
The European Council of the 17th and 18th March 2016 adopted a plan which aimed to solve the problems posed by the massive influx of migrants from Turkey . 28 heads of state and government submitted to the demands of Ankara.