A court on Thursday handed down verdicts to several people, among more than 220 suspects, in one of the biggest trials relating to the deadly July 15, 2016 failed coup.
Saudi Arabia’s efforts to restore its image in light of the Khashoggi killing has been dealt a blow after the UN decided to appoint an expert to investigate the murder of the Washington Post journalist.
Representatives of both countries are expected to discuss the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, the businessman and cleric accused of many crimes and also the mastermind behind the failed coup in 2016.
"We don't extradite our citizens," said Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, Adel al Jubeir, days after a Turkish court issued arrest warrants for two former Saudi officials in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Evangelical pastor Andrew Craig Brunson, who was arrested by Turkish authorities in 2016 on charges of espionage and links with terror groups, released by Turkish court.
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the court, not politicians, will decide the fate of detained American pastor Andrew Brunson who faces terrorism charges.
Yusuf Nazik was brought to Turkey from Syria's Latakia following an operation by Turkey's National Intelligence Organization.
A higher Turkish court has rejected an appeal for the release from detention of the American pastor Andrew Brunson, who is facing terrorism-related charges and is currently under house arrest in the Aegean province of Izmir.
Turkey's Vice President Fuat Oktay denounces US' sanctions threat on Ankara over pastor Andrew Brunson, under detention on terror-related charges, saying Turkey's judiciary must be respected.
Court also accepts indictment seeking 18 years in prison for Deniz Yucel on charges of spreading terrorist propaganda. He will also go on trial for openly inciting enmity and animosity among the public.
Police raids target financial structure of FETO terrorist group, as Turkish court sentences six journalists to life imprisonment over failed coup in 2016, in Turkey. Columnists were convicted for attempting to overthrow the constitutional order.
A suicide bomber, Saudi-born Syrian Nabil Fadli, killed the tourists when he blew himself up in Istanbul on January 12, 2016. Two Syrians and a Turkish national were found guilty for their role in the attack.
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