Suvari Öztürk is a Turkish songwriter, performer and interpreter. He wrote a song called “Enkaz” which means “wreckage” - a not so subtle reference to what's happening these last years in Turkey. In his songs you hear him talk about the violation of human rights in Turkey.
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The EU has strong concerns over the large number of journalists and academics being detained in Turkey, the EU's commissioner for candidate countries has said. The comments come after talks with Turkey's foreign minister in Ankara. The EU's foreign affairs chief also expressed concerns over detaine
The European Court of Auditors has expressed doubts about the use of European funds for migration by Turkey. The Court regrets that Ankara refuses to communicate the beneficiaries of these funds. The EU agreed to a deal with Turkey in 2016 to reduce migrants arrivals in Europe.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan wrapped up a three-day visit to Germany on Saturday with a visit to Cologne, where a security lockdown kept supporters and protesters away from a ceremony to open the country's largest mosque.
The key challenge for Turkey is not the form of its relationship with the EU, but the fact that it crucially needs EU markets, funds, and investment to prosper. This in turn requires the rule of law, not the rule of the arbitrary. Choices will have to be made in Ankara.
The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is offering a platform that countries like the Netherlands and Germany have denied to Erdogan. But as is so often in the country, the decision has proved divisive.
Turkey has said it will release two Greek soldiers it has imprisoned once eight of its own servicemen are returned home from Greece, where they fled after a failed coup attempt. Athens says this amounts to "blackmail".
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A massive deterioration of the rule of law in Turkey is making a political alliance with the EU impossible, but cooperation must continue. Supporting the country’s resilient democrats is a major political task for Brussels, writes Marc Pierini.
Two Greek soldiers are being held on suspicion of attempted military espionage and entering a prohibited military zone, according to reports
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
In The Brief from Brussels today:
EU Council chief Donald Tusk was all smiles as he greeted German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin. Merkel has
A court in Istanbul has ruled to release the head of Amnesty International in the country after nearly eight months in jail.
Turkish minister for EU Affairs, Omer Celik, is in Brussels, meeting with senior officials.
After months of tension, Ankara is hoping to build bridges. Bulgaria, which currently holds the EU presidency, is also keen to work with Turkey on migration, counterterrorism and energy issues.
The Good Party has gathered ground since its foundation last October, emerging as a serious contender to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in next year's presidential elections.
German and Turkish Foreign ministers have been meeting in order to improve relations following a series of conflicts over the past year.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan meets French counterpart in Paris on Friday
The two-day visit, seen as historic, is set to discuss migration, Cyprus and other tricky topics.
The human rights situation in Turkey is unacceptable and EU leaders have asked their executive arm to look at cutting pre-accession aid to Ankara in a "responsible way"