Turkey's plan to allow minority religion courses is welcomed by rights advocates, but experts say more steps are needed to meet universal standards.
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Debate follows reform allowing construction of hydroelectric power plants in areas that do not have "exceptional" environmental features.
The European Court of Human Rights urged the government to reverse its decision to make religion courses mandatory, saying the policy violates the rights of minorities.
The terrorist organisation threatens regional peace, conference participants say.
The European Commission's latest progress report on Turkey is considered balanced but joining the Union by 2023 may not be possible.
Turkey increases its security measures against possible ISIL attacks inside the country.
Ankara agrees to provide training and safe passage for anti-ISIL forces.