G E Z I   O L A Y L A R I  v e  U Y A N I S 
Ozal ile baslayan ve Erdogan ile devam eden ideolojinin, Turk Bayragina katkisi.
Neo-Ottomanism is a Turkish political ideology that, in its broadest sense, promotes greater political engagement of the modern Republic of Turkey within regions formerly under the rule of the Ottoman Empire, its predecessor state.
It has been used to describe Turkish foreign policy under the Justice and Development Party which took power in 2002 under prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Neo-Ottomanism is a dramatic shift from the traditional Turkish foreign policy of the Kemalist ideology, which emphasized looking westward towards Europe with the goal of avoiding the instability and sectarianism of the Middle East. The shift away from this concept in Turkish foreign policy under Turgut Özal's government has been described as the first step towards neo-Ottomanism.
g e z i o l a y l a r i  Mayis, 2013  Turkiye
g e z i  - Taksim Gezi Park is an urban park next to Taksim Square, in Istanbul's Beyoğlu district (historically known as Pera.) It is one of the last green spaces in Beyoğlu and one of the smallest parks of Istanbul. In May 2013, plans to replace the park with a reconstruction of the former Taksim Military Barracks (demolished in 1940) intended to house a shopping mall sparked the nationwide 2013 protests in Turkey.
Following the protests the Istanbul based platform InEnArt presented Urban Voices which opens a critical view on cultural practices and phenomena that expresses the ethos, aspirations, and dreams of a specific population during a well-defined era and that triggered dramatic cultural changes in the past. One section of Urban Voices focusses on the protest culture in Turkey as described with the neologism Çapuling. It describes and reflects the visual culture, humor and irony of the peaceful protestors (the Çapulcu) as it developed in many forms in Turkey during 2013.
Raki carsafa girdi ! Mayis, 2013
Raki is in a burka! - Alcohol laws of Turkey regulate the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages. Restrictions on sale and consumption have been tightened in recent years under the governments of the Justice and Development Party (AKP)
y i r m i  i k i   Abdullah Comert Polis Kursunu ile olduruldu. June 2013
Twenty two years old young man shot dead by police during protests. June 2013
k a n s e r 
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Turkiye'de yapilan 299 AVM
There are 299 shopping malls in Turkey
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s i l i v r i  - 1 Agustos, 2013
s i l i v r i - August 2013- Many of the Turkish writers, politicians, generals has been in prison for years in Silivri
s i l i v r i - 2  Agustos 2013
s i l i v r i - a court in Silivri, a small town outside of Istanbul, sentenced 19 current and former military officers to life in prison after finding them guilty of being part of a cadre that aimed to overthrow Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP).
The group, named Ergenekon after a mythical Central Asian valley connected to Turkish nationalist lore, was described as consisting of members of the armed forces and civilians in the media, academia, and opposition political parties. They were accused of being part of a secret "deep state" and were said to view themselves as the protectors of Turkey's national identity and the secular values of the country's founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
e r i m e  n o k t a s i , Misir da, halkin ayaklanmasi , Agustos, 2013
m e l t i n g p o i n t, Clashes between police and Muslim Brotherhood supporters have broken out in several cites in Egypt, August 2013.
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r a b i a - 
r a b i a - is a hand gesture and a sign that first appeared in late August 2013 in social media and protest marches in Egypt. It is used by protesters, activists and politicians who oppose the recent coup d'état in Egypt, which was led by General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi causing the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi.  In Egypt, security forces and the military-backed government consider the sign to resemble terrorism, by confining its wide use solely to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Egyptian and non-Egyptian politicians are regularly seen making Rabia gesture. Erdogan is one of them.
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I S T A N B U L   2 0 2 0        rengarenk merdivenleri griye boyayan bir hukumetin olimpiyat hirsi, Agustos -2013
I S T A N B U L 2 0 2 0  The National Olympic Committee of Turkey (NOCT) announced the selection of Istanbul as Turkey's candidate on July 7, 2011.Turkey's candidacy was announced officially by Prime MinisterErdogan on August 13, 2011.Tokyo competed against Madrid and Istanbul in the election and finished second with Tokyo ultimately being elected as the host city. 
memecan, Eylul 2013
d e k o l t e , Ekim, 2013
low-cut Turkish TV presenter, Gözde Kansu's revealing outfit was allegedly described as "unacceptable" by a spokesman Huseyin Celik for the ruling Justice and Development Party.October,2013.
a c i l i m        h u k u m e t i n   a c i l i m   p a k e t i - Ekim 2013
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g i r l s  a n d  b o y s - Turkish Prime Min Recep Tayyip Erdogan raises storm of protest after saying he wants to outlaw coed dormitories at state universities and even extend crackdown to off-campus housing shared by male and female students.
H r a n t   D i n k 
H r a n t D i n k - was a Turkish-Armenian editor, journalist and columnist. As editor-in-chief of the bilingual Turkish-Armenian newspaper Agos, Dink was a prominent member of the Armenian minority in Turkey. Dink was best known for advocating Turkish-Armenian reconciliation and human and minority rights in Turkey. Hrant Dink was assassinated in Istanbul in January 2007, by Ogün Samast, a 17-year old Turkish nationalist.
k a v g a  Aralik, 2013
f i g h t - Offices of several businessmen with close ties to Turkish Prime Min Recep Tayyip Erdogan are raided as part of wide-ranging corruption inquiry connected to construction business and public financing of real estate projects; investigation increases pressure on Erdogan and appears to have been triggered by growing feud between Erdogan and exiled charismatic Muslim preacher Fethullah Gulen. December 2013.
a h h ! .. b e r k i n  mart 2014
a h h ! .. b e r k i n - BERKIN ELVAN was a 15-year-old boy who was hit on the head by a tear-gas canister fired by a police officer in Istanbul while out to buy bread for his family during the June 2013 anti-government protests in Turkey. He died on March 11, 2014, following a 269-day coma.
s e c i m  Mart 2014
e l e c t i o n s- March 2014
t w e e t , mart 2014
t w e e t - Turkish Prime Min Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ban of Twitter draws international outrage and is defied by thousands of Turks, including Pres Abdullah Gul, who protested--using Twitter. March 2014.
m e h m e t e z e r   mart,2014
m e h m e t e z e r - Mehmet Ezer, a ten year old boy was shot dead in the head by a gas canister fired by police. March, 2014
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F e y zi o g l u - Mayis 2014
F e y z i o g l u - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan heckled the head of the country's bar association on Saturday, accusing him of rudeness for speaking critically of the government at a judicial ceremony before storming out of the hall. May 2014.
s o m a    mayis, 2014
s o m a - On 13 May 2014, an explosion at a coal mine in Soma, Manisa, Turkey, caused an underground mine fire, which burned until 15 May. The disaster has quickly metastasized from local tragedy into new political crisis for Prime Min Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has aggravated public outrage with highhanded remarks; security forces shoot tear gas and water cannons at thousand of protesters in Soma, further heightening antigovernment sentiment.
“This is how they steal people’s lives,” said the grieving man, Bayram Uckun, who like many people here has become increasingly angry with Turkey’s leadership for its response to Tuesday’s explosion at the mine.
“This government is taking our country back 90 years.” May 2014.
1 Mayis 2015
20 Temmuz 2015
Suructaki patlamada, Kobanenin yeniden kurulusunda katkida bulunmak icin bir araya toplanan 30 aktivist hayatini kaybetti.!00 kadar yarali var. Yetkililer, patlamanin ISIS e bagli bir kadinin patlamayi gerceklestirdigini soylediler. 
20 July 2015
A bomb attack in the Turkish town of Suruc has killed at least 30 people during a meeting of young activists to discuss the reconstruction of the neighbouring Syrian town of Kobane.
Around 100 others were wounded in the explosion, which may have been caused by a female suicide attacker from the Islamic State group, officials say.
6 Eylul 2015 Hakkari"nin daglica ilcesinde, teroristlerce yapilan saldiri sonucu 16 Turk Askeri catismada hayatini Kahbetmistir. Cumhurbaskani Recep Tayyip Erdogan, demecinde, " Eger 400 MIlletvekli vermis olsaydiniz, butun bunlar olmazdi" diye konusmustur.
6 September 2015 There was a fatal attack in Hakkari's county Daglica, 16 Turkish soldiers were killed by the terrorists. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan , " If you have given the leading party a 400 ministers, these attacks would not have happened"  said in his speech.
Eylul 2015 Turkiye -PKK catismalarinda, Cizre de sokaga cikma yasagi 8 gun kadar surdu. Bolge, su, yiyecek ve tedavi acisindan hemen hemen hic yardim gormedi. 12-20 civarinda bolge sakininin oldugu rapor edilmistir. Ayrupa Konseyi, guvenlik gucleerinin,sivil halka karsi orantisiz kuvvet gosterdigi icin endiselerini dile getirmistir. Cizre nin belediye baskani, nefreti ve teroru destekledigi gerekcesi ile gorevden alinmistir.
September 2015 During the Turkey–PKK conflict in September 2015, Cizre was blockaded by Turkish Security Forces. The Turkish Security Forces had besieged the town and placed a curfew for eight days. The town had limited access to water and food and many of the injured were prohibited to receive professional medical treatment. As many as 12-20 civilians were reported killed.[17]The Council of Europe raised concerns about "disproportionate use of force by security forces against civilians."[18] The mayor of Cizre was forcefully removed from her post under charges of inciting hatred and supporting terrorism
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