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Hurriyet has been in the news in 1 countries in the past week:

Country Articles Coverage Population Distance Rating
United Kingdom 1 0.11% 63705000 10906km 0.69
World Coverage Rating 0.69

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Apr 04, 2014
United Kingdom - "I don't find it right and patriotic that the Constitutional Court has adopted such a decision," Mr Erdogan said, according to the Hurriyet website. full story »
Apr 02, 2014
Cyprus - The clashes were sparked by rumours of fraud, including the burning of ballot slips, according to Hurriyet. full story »
Mar 31, 2014
Armenia - Two people have been killed and nine more injured in the southern Turkish province of Hatay after a fight broke out between two rival candidates for village headman (muhtar), Hurriyet reports. full story »
Mar 29, 2014
Cyprus - Police overnight briefly detained Onder Aytac, a prominent writer and journalist known to be close to the Hizmet movement, on suspicion of having information about the bugging of the foreign ministry meeting, the Hurriyet newspaper said. full story »
Mar 28, 2014
Benin - L'information est donnée par le quotidien Hurriyet sur son site web. full story »
United Arab Emirates - The government informed mobile phone operators and internet service providers of its decision, the Hurriyet newspaper reported on its website. full story »
Mar 27, 2014
Singapore - Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government had informed mobile phone operators and internet service providers of its decision, the Hurriyet newspaper reported on its website. full story »
Mar 25, 2014
Israel - Related: Analysis: Turkey as a model of Muslim democracy is in shambles The assessments are in contrast to comments Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc made to the Hurriyet Daily News on Tuesday. full story »
Mar 24, 2014
Israel - The ban that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government placed on Twitter to block recent anti-government postings was extended to Google on Saturday, as the search engine was used as a way to get around the Twitter ban, Turkey’s Hurriyet Daily News reported. full story »
Hong Kong - On Saturday, the Hurriyet newspaper and Twitter users said the clampdown had been expanded to Google's Domain Name System, which had provided many of Twitter's Turkish users an alternative means of gaining entry. full story »
Oct 20, 2013
Israel - “I am therefore not surprised by Turkey’s accusation that Israel is behind the report in The Washington Post about ‘revealing spies to Iran,’ and I don’t even know if there was such a spy ring” The Yisrael Beytenu leader’s comments came shortly after Turkish daily Hurriyet reported that Turkey’s intelligence agencies believe that a report by The Washington Post foreign affairs analyst David Ignatius, accusing Ankara of giving Iran inf... full story »
Oct 19, 2013
Israel - According to the Turkish daily Hurriyet, Turkey's intelligence agencies believe that the report, which was penned by influential foreign affairs commentator David Ignatius, is part and parcel of a deliberate Israeli media campaign aimed at discrediting Hakan Fidan. full story »
Oct 11, 2013
Singapore - This is my way of getting dressed and I will continue to do so," Ms Gozde Kansu told the Hurriyet newspaper in an interview. full story »