Evolution will be introduced to 18 and 19 year olds in university, as the administration believes the students do not have the background to understand it.
Schulz also believes that in light of this, the European Union needs to make its response stronger through concrete policies.
With the Turkish authorities blocking online access to Wikipedia across the country, multiple “mirror” websites – sites designed to reproduce the content of Wikipedia, which is constantly being updated – have sprung up.
After the biggest Middle Eastern powers severed ties with Qatar, Turkey approved a bill with a large majority to deploy troops to the county.
Turkish President has said he will approve the reinstatement of death penalty if parliament submits such a proposal or if the measure is backed in a referendum.
As head of the ruling party in Turkey, Erdogan plans to revamp party to fulfil promises of fighting enemies and speeding up economic change.
Months of fighting last year between Turkish forces and the Kurdistan Workers Party caused huge destruction, leaving the peace process in tatters.
The documentary on the cats of Istanbul portrays a face of Turkey that goes beyond the usual stereotypes.
Other regions may be helpful to Erdogan for a short time, but they cannot substitute the economic and political contributions Turkey requires of Europe.
The initiative was proposed by Russia, President Bashar al-Assad’s most powerful ally, with the support of Turkey and Iran, Assad’s other major ally.
Russia and Turkey have a fragile alliance, made worse by the fact that they back opposing sides in the Syrian civil conflict.
Under Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s rule, Turkey has jailed more than a hundred journalists since the failed coup last year.
The Turkish president’s comments on Kashmir were made knowing full well they were contrary to India’s position. He was, in fact, brandishing his Islamist credentials.
Though there was no formal protest, several students have opposed Jamia’s move citing “ongoing human rights violations in Turkey”.
Modi said that terrorism was a “shared” worry on which he and Erdogan had an “extensive conversation”.
The arrests came days after the bitterly divisive referendum that was heavily criticised and gave Erdogan expansive powers to bring about change in Turkey.
It is a critical week for Turkey-EU relations, as lawmakers will debate ties on Wednesday and the bloc’s foreign ministers will discuss the issue on Friday.
The reunification talks have stumbled over the years due to the issue of territory and security.
Politicians said that the loyalty many Turkish origin people in Germany showed to an authoritarian Erdogan reflected a rejection of democratic values.
Even though the opposition has filed an appeal against the decision to allow unstamped ballots in the widely criticised vote, no result can be hoped for.
For the first time in the democratic history of Turkey, an election has been seen as illegitimate by both domestic contenders and international observers.
Sunday’s referendum narrowly backed the largest overhaul of Turkey’s political system since the founding of the republic nearly a century ago
The mission of observers from the 47-member Council of Europe, the continent’s leading human rights body, had said that the referendum was an uneven contest.
After years of creeping authoritarianism, Turkey’s president is now set up to take the reins in earnest.
Opponents have said that the vote was marred by irregularities and they will challenge it.
Turkey’s referendum could lead to a tremendous change in the country’s political development, leading to an extremely autocratic Erdogan regime.
The vote may bring the biggest change in the country’s system of governance since the modern Turkish republic was founded on the ashes of the Ottoman Empire almost a century ago.
An adversary of EU expansion, Vladimir Putin is pleased to see Turkey’s chance of acquiring full EU membership rapidly diminish.
Some of Erdogan’s supporters, who have backed him over the past decade, are growing disillusioned by the burgeoning cult of personality around him.
Erdogan will apparently stop at nothing to centralise power – and every move that backfires makes him even more desperate.
Turkish authorities arrested the reporter Deniz Yucel in February on charges of propaganda for a terrorist organisation and inciting public violence.
Under the operation Turkey took the border town of Jarablus on the Euphrates river and cleared ISIS fighters from a roughly 100-km stretch of the border.
The Raqqa campaign appears to be gathering steam as an overlapping US-backed effort in Iraq is drawing closer to driving ISIS from the city of Mosul.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan accused Germany on Sunday of “fascist actions” reminiscent of Nazi times in a growing row over the cancellation of political rallies aimed at drumming up support for him among 1.5 million Turkish citizens in Germany.
A Syrian air force pilot who bailed out as his warplane crashed on Turkish territory has been found by a Turkish rescue team and is being treated at a hospital in the Hatay region, a hospital spokeswoman said on Sunday.
Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern on Sunday called for a EU-wide ban on campaign appearances by Turkish politicians to avoid having individual member countries like Germany come under pressure from Ankara.
Tayyip Erdogan said journalist Deniz yucel being held in Turkey was a “German agent” and a member of a Kurdish militant group. Germany called the comments absurd.
Turkey’s authoritarian regime has ruined the lives of many intellectuals and opponents of the regime. Resisting, even softly, is an act of survival.
Staffan de Mistura said that the parties had agreed to return later in March to discuss four key issues – governance, a draft constitution, elections and counter-terrorism.
A new crop of populist leaders is reviving a tried and true method of demonstrating leadership – killing people.