"Justice is a right; we want our right back", Mr. Kilicdaroglu said as he addressed the rally. "They don't think the EU's approach to Turkey is honest", he stressed.
Erdogan said the charges stemmed from intelligence gathered by police.
Turkey is not eager to join the European Union and will find it "comforting" if it will not be accepted as a member, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan told the BBC in a segment published Wednesday.
"We are in a hurry to find a solution here". Turkey is never in favor of Muslim killing Muslim in this region. "We are fed up with this", Erdogan said.
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Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver walks towards his vehicle after his arraignment in federal court on January 22, 2014. McDonnell , once a rising star in Republican politics, was convicted on federal corruption charges in 2014.
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Though India have stumbled after a bright start to their Women's World Cup campaign, the team has the ability to bounce back. But Mithali, who had to choose between classical dance and cricket, preferred the latter and clearly has no regrets now.
"Opponents have been purged, human rights have been systematically abused, 160 media outlets have been shut down, 150,000 people have been put under investigation and 50,000 people have been put in jail, including over 1,000 elected politicians", he added. "Please let's not deceive the world with these lies", he said. Turkey has been cited by the Committee to Protect Journalists as the country that has jailed the most journalists in the world - nearly two-thirds of the global total. You have more freedom than me.
Reporters without Borders (RSF) said Turkish authorities had rescinded 775 press cards since 2016 and hundreds of journalists' passports have been cancelled without any court approval.
Trump administration officials to move forward on an extradition request against US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, one year after the failed coup attempt the Turkish government has accused Gulen of orchestrating.
More than 240 people, a lot of them civilians, were killed last July when rogue soldiers tried to overthrow Mr Erdogan's government.
The protesters have issued a series of demands that include restoring parliament's authority, lifting the state of emergency, re-establishing judicial independence and releasing detainees.