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EuroNews
Europe Weekly: Abdeslam extradited to Francetax avoidance and terrorism Europe Weekly: Panama Papers and Ukraine referendu
Europe Weekly: Abdeslam extradited to France
EuroNews / Posted 3 hours ago
tax avoidance and terrorism Europe Weekly: Panama Papers and Ukraine referendum Europe Weekly: Brussels still reeling, Ankara not amused Europe Weekly: Brussels hit by terror attacks Europe Weekly: The EU and Turkey strike controversial deal... Read more
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Boston Globe
Let’s talk about Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ dresscloth and her hands clasp a gun behind her back. Shonibare’s work is ambiguous
Let’s talk about Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ dress
Boston Globe / Posted 6 hours ago
cloth and her hands clasp a gun behind her back. Shonibare’s work is ambiguous, and so is the cloth itself. Also known as ankara cloth, it originated in the 1800s as ersatz batik sold to West Africans by a Dutch company. Even today, most wax print... Read more
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The Star
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election - state TVANKARA (Reuters) - Iranians voted in a second round of parliamentary elections
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election - state TV
The Star / Posted 6 hours ago
ANKARA (Reuters) - Iranians voted in a second round of parliamentary elections on Friday, with allies of reformist President Hassan Rouhani seeking to wrest more seats from hardliners. Rouhani's moderate and centrist allies made big gains in... Read more
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CBS News
Lawmakers brawl over contentious billANKARA, Turkey -- Turkish lawmakers on Thursday fought and threw punches at eac
Lawmakers brawl over contentious bill
CBS News / Posted 8 hours ago
ANKARA, Turkey -- Turkish lawmakers on Thursday fought and threw punches at each other as they debated a contentious ruling-party proposal to strip themselves of immunity from prosecution - a move that could pave the way for the trial of pro-Kurdish... Read more
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Times of Malta
EU opposes calls to make suspending visa-free travel easiermajority to overrule it. The proposal came in the midst of a debate about whet
EU opposes calls to make suspending visa-free travel easier
Times of Malta / Posted 10 hours ago
majority to overrule it. The proposal came in the midst of a debate about whether to extend visa liberalisation to Ankara by the end of June under a deal to curb the flow of refugees and migrants to Europe. The Commission is due to report... Read more
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Daily Mail
Two Turkish journalistsjailed for two years for cartoon of Mohammedregularly targeted by prosecutions as concerns grow over freedom of speech in T
Two Turkish journalistsjailed for two years for cartoon of Mohammed
Daily Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
regularly targeted by prosecutions as concerns grow over freedom of speech in Turkey. Its editor-in-chief Can Dundar and Ankara bureau chief Erdem Gul are currently on trial on charges of revealing state secrets and could face multiple life... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
EU executive opposes call for easier suspension of visa-free travelmajority to overrule it. The proposal came in the midst of a debate about whet
EU executive opposes call for easier suspension of visa-free travel
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 hours ago
majority to overrule it. The proposal came in the midst of a debate about whether to extend visa liberalisation to Ankara by the end of June under a deal to curb the flow of refugees and migrants to Europe. The Commission is due to report... Read more
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express
SHOCK CLAIMS: Turkey has 'secret deal with ISIS' to swap guns for looted oilbroadcaster, Turkish officials are signing off on payments to jihadi oil mercha
SHOCK CLAIMS: Turkey has 'secret deal with ISIS' to swap guns for looted oil
express / Posted 11 hours ago
broadcaster, Turkish officials are signing off on payments to jihadi oil merchants in a deal which critics say places Ankara at the heart of ISIS' terror network. Kremlin-funded television network RT said invoices recovered from the Syrian... Read more
12h
Swissinfo
EU executive opposes call for easier suspension of visa-free travelmajority to overrule it. The proposal came in the midst of a debate about whet
EU executive opposes call for easier suspension of visa-free travel
Swissinfo / Posted 12 hours ago
majority to overrule it. The proposal came in the midst of a debate about whether to extend visa liberalisation to Ankara by the end of June under a deal to curb the flow of refugees and migrants to Europe. The Commission is due to report... Read more
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Reuters
EU executive opposes call for easier suspension of visa-free travelmajority to overrule it. The proposal came in the midst of a debate about whet
EU executive opposes call for easier suspension of visa-free travel
Reuters / Posted 12 hours ago
majority to overrule it. The proposal came in the midst of a debate about whether to extend visa liberalization to Ankara by the end of June under a deal to curb the flow of refugees and migrants to Europe. The Commission is due to report... Read more
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Zawya
Fragile economy forces Iran's top leaders to form allianceon economy may scare away foreigners * Khamenei risks losing core support if n
Fragile economy forces Iran's top leaders to form alliance
Zawya / Posted 15 hours ago
on economy may scare away foreigners * Khamenei risks losing core support if nation fails to flourish By Parisa Hafezi ANKARA, April 28 (Reuters) - President Hassan Rouhani and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei may have sharply ideological... Read more
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Zawya
Iran moderates eye more gains in run-off parliamentary electionUPDATE 2- (Adds detail) By Parisa Hafezi ANKARA, April 29 (Reuters) - Irania
Iran moderates eye more gains in run-off parliamentary election
Zawya / Posted 15 hours ago
UPDATE 2- (Adds detail) By Parisa Hafezi ANKARA, April 29 (Reuters) - Iranians lined up outside polling stations on Friday to vote in a second round of parliamentary elections, state... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo coverof Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with th
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo cover
Sky News Australia / Posted 15 hours ago
of Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with the magazine. Its editor, Can Dundar, and Ankara bureau chief, Erdem Gul, are facing possible life imprisonment over charges of espionage for their reporting, in a... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Merkel, Erdogan and Schengenborder town of Kilis and the dead and wounded civilians it claimed cast a brief
Merkel, Erdogan and Schengen
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 15 hours ago
border town of Kilis and the dead and wounded civilians it claimed cast a brief shadow over an occasion that authorities in Ankara had wanted to keep as bright and cheerful as a cloudless Anatolian sky. Contingency plans had been made to ensure... Read more
16h
Herald Sun
How safe are your favourite destinations?says it has received information that terrorists may be planning attacks in Tur
How safe are your favourite destinations?
Herald Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
says it has received information that terrorists may be planning attacks in Turkey. On April 9, the US Embassy in Ankara advised US citizens of credible threats to tourist areas, in particular to public squares and docks in Istanbul and... Read more
16h
Swissinfo
Iran moderates eye more gains in run-off parliamentary electionBy Parisa Hafezi ANKARA (Reuters) - Iranians lined up outside polling stations
Iran moderates eye more gains in run-off parliamentary election
Swissinfo / Posted 16 hours ago
By Parisa Hafezi ANKARA (Reuters) - Iranians lined up outside polling stations on Friday to vote in a second round of parliamentary elections, state TV reported, with allies of President Hassan Rouhani seeking to wrest more seats from... Read more
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16h
Zawya
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election -state TVUPDATE 1- (Adds quote, detail) ANKARA, April 29 (Reuters) - Iranians started
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election -state TV
Zawya / Posted 16 hours ago
UPDATE 1- (Adds quote, detail) ANKARA, April 29 (Reuters) - Iranians started voting on Friday in a second round of parliamentary elections for 68 seats of the 290-seat assembly, state TV reported,... Read more
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16h
Channel NewsAsia
Iran moderates eye more gains in run-off parliamentary electionANKARA: Iranians lined up outside polling stations on Friday to vote in a secon
Iran moderates eye more gains in run-off parliamentary election
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 hours ago
ANKARA: Iranians lined up outside polling stations on Friday to vote in a second round of parliamentary elections, state TV reported, with allies of President Hassan Rouhani seeking to wrest more seats from hardliners. Rouhani's moderate and... Read more
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17h
Reuters
Iran asks U.N. chief to intervene with U.S. after court rulingof President Hassan Rouhani to consider the ruling a violation of the nuclear d
Iran asks U.N. chief to intervene with U.S. after court ruling
Reuters / Posted 17 hours ago
of President Hassan Rouhani to consider the ruling a violation of the nuclear deal reached with the United States and other major powers in 2015. (Additional reporting by Parisa Hafezi in Ankara; Editing by James Dalgleish and Rich... Read more
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chroniclelive
What Tyne and Wear's museums have to teach the worldyears. In his most recent trip, Ian spoke at the 25th Annual Museology Symposi
What Tyne and Wear's museums have to teach the world
chroniclelive / Posted 17 hours ago
years. In his most recent trip, Ian spoke at the 25th Annual Museology Symposium, Antalya, in April an event organised by Ankara University for 600 museum directors from across Turkey. Housesteads Fort, Hadrian's Wall Antalya has a unique... Read more
18h
Channel NewsAsia
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election - state TVANKARA: Iranians started voting on Friday in a second round of parliamentary el
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election - state TV
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 18 hours ago
ANKARA: Iranians started voting on Friday in a second round of parliamentary elections for 68 seats of the 290-seat assembly, state TV reported, with the allies of President Hassan Rouhani seeking to wrest seats from hardliners. "The voters will... Read more
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18h
The Star
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election - state TVANKARA (Reuters) - Iranians started voting on Friday in a second round of parli
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election - state TV
The Star / Posted 18 hours ago
ANKARA (Reuters) - Iranians started voting on Friday in a second round of parliamentary elections for 68 seats of the 290-seat assembly, state TV reported, with the allies of President Hassan Rouhani seeking to wrest seats from hardliners. "The... Read more
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19h
Reuters
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election: state TVIran's President Hassan Rouhani speaks during a news conference in Islamabad, P
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election: state TV
Reuters / Posted 19 hours ago
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani speaks during a news conference in Islamabad, Pakistan, March 26, 2016. ANKARA Iranians started voting on Friday for a second round of parliamentary elections for 68 seats of the 290-seat assembly, state TV... Read more
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Swissinfo
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election - state TVANKARA (Reuters) - Iranians started voting on Friday for a second round of parl
Iran holds run-off parliamentary election - state TV
Swissinfo / Posted 19 hours ago
ANKARA (Reuters) - Iranians started voting on Friday for a second round of parliamentary elections for 68 seats of the 290-seat assembly, state TV reported. "The voters will elect 68 lawmakers in constituencies that candidates failed to get 25... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
AP EXPLAINS: A look at the Syrian city of Aleppoand deal a devastating blow to the opposition. Aleppo is about 50 kilometers (
AP EXPLAINS: A look at the Syrian city of Aleppo
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 21 hours ago
and deal a devastating blow to the opposition. Aleppo is about 50 kilometers (30 miles) from the Turkish border, and Ankara enjoys wide influence in northern Syria. Most of the rebels' supplies flow across the Turkish border. If the... Read more
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Perth Now
World News Update, what you need to knowinjured as clashes broke out during protests across France against planned labo
World News Update, what you need to know
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
injured as clashes broke out during protests across France against planned labour law reforms, the interior minister says. ANKARA - A Turkish court has sentenced two journalists to two years in jail for blasphemy, their newspaper says, after they... Read more
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The Courier Mail
World News Update, what you need to knowinjured as clashes broke out during protests across France against planned labo
World News Update, what you need to know
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
injured as clashes broke out during protests across France against planned labour law reforms, the interior minister says. ANKARA - A Turkish court has sentenced two journalists to two years in jail for blasphemy, their newspaper says, after they... Read more
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Reuters
U.S-backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killedtry to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG for
U.S-backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killed
Reuters / Posted yesterday
try to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG forces along the border with Turkey has alarmed Ankara, which is anxious to stop encroachment by Syrian Kurdish forces as it fights its own insurgency against Kurdish... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killedtry to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG for
backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killed
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
try to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG forces along the border with Turkey has alarmed Ankara, which is anxious to stop encroachment by Syrian Kurdish forces as it fights its own insurgency against Kurdish... Read more
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express
Politicians FIGHT during migrant debate putting EU-Turkey deal in jeopardyof laws needed to win European approval in order to win limitless visa-free tra
Politicians FIGHT during migrant debate putting EU-Turkey deal in jeopardy
express / Posted yesterday
of laws needed to win European approval in order to win limitless visa-free travel for Turks throughout the EU. However, Ankara has been forced to suspend talks on the urgent laws after fighting in the parliament turned violent. Related... Read more
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The Star
U.S.-backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killedtry to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG for
U.S.-backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killed
The Star / Posted yesterday
try to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG forces along the border with Turkey has alarmed Ankara, which is anxious to stop encroachment by Syrian Kurdish forces as it fights its own insurgency against Kurdish... Read more
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Swissinfo
U.S.-backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killedtry to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG for
U.S.-backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killed
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
try to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG forces along the border with Turkey has alarmed Ankara, which is anxious to stop encroachment by Syrian Kurdish forces as it fights its own insurgency against Kurdish... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
U.S-backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killedtry to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG for
U.S-backed Syrian fighters battle insurgents north of Aleppo, dozens killed
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
try to take back areas the SDF seized in recent weeks. The presence of YPG forces along the border with Turkey has alarmed Ankara, which is anxious to stop encroachment by Syrian Kurdish forces as it fights its own insurgency against Kurdish... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Fragile economy forces Iran's top leaders to form allianceANKARA: President Hassan Rouhani and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei may
Fragile economy forces Iran's top leaders to form alliance
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
ANKARA: President Hassan Rouhani and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei may have sharply ideological differences but the fragility of Iran's economy has forced them into an uneasy alliance at least for the time being. In the past, the two... Read more
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Swissinfo
Tough standards for Turks' visa-free travel - EU's TimmermansWednesday whether to recommend that member states approve by the end of June th
Tough standards for Turks' visa-free travel - EU's Timmermans
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
Wednesday whether to recommend that member states approve by the end of June the visa waiver scheme which the bloc offered Ankara as part of a deal in March by which Turkey is now taking back refugees and migrants who take boats to Greek islands... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Fighting erupts in Turkish parliament over contentious billTurkish lawmakers argue and push each other on the assembly floor in Ankara, Tu
Fighting erupts in Turkish parliament over contentious bill
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
Turkish lawmakers argue and push each other on the assembly floor in Ankara, Turkey, late Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Turkish lawmakers on Thursday argued and pushed each other as they debated a contentious ruling-party proposals. less Turkish... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Fighting erupts in Turkish parliament over contentious billTurkish lawmakers argue and push each other on the assembly floor in Ankara, Tu
Fighting erupts in Turkish parliament over contentious bill
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
Turkish lawmakers argue and push each other on the assembly floor in Ankara, Turkey, late Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Turkish lawmakers on Thursday argued and pushed each other as they debated a contentious ruling-party proposals. less Turkish... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Fighting erupts in Turkish parliament over contentious billTurkish lawmakers argue and push each other on the assembly floor in Ankara, Tu
Fighting erupts in Turkish parliament over contentious bill
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
Turkish lawmakers argue and push each other on the assembly floor in Ankara, Turkey, late Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Turkish lawmakers on Thursday argued and pushed each other as they debated a contentious ruling-party proposals. less Turkish... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Fighting erupts in Turkish parliament over contentious billTurkish lawmakers argue and push each other on the assembly floor in Ankara, Tu
Fighting erupts in Turkish parliament over contentious bill
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Turkish lawmakers argue and push each other on the assembly floor in Ankara, Turkey, late Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Turkish lawmakers on Thursday argued and pushed each other as they debated a contentious ruling-party proposals. less Turkish... Read more
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The China Post
Turkey reporters jailed for Muhammad cartoon ANKARA, Turkey--An Istanbul court on Thursday sentenced two prominent Turkish
Turkey reporters jailed for Muhammad cartoon
The China Post / Posted yesterday
ANKARA, Turkey--An Istanbul court on Thursday sentenced two prominent Turkish journalists to two years behind bars for illustrating their columns with a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad published by French... Read more
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Herald Sun
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo coverof Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with th
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo cover
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
of Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with the magazine. Its editor, Can Dundar, and Ankara bureau chief, Erdem Gul, are facing possible life imprisonment over charges of espionage for their reporting, in a... Read more
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CNN
Austria passes tough new asylum lawsthe first migrants were deported from Europe to Turkey as part of a controversi
Austria passes tough new asylum laws
CNN / Posted yesterday
the first migrants were deported from Europe to Turkey as part of a controversial new deal between the European Union and Ankara to tackle the migration crisis. The plan was agreed upon last month as Europe struggles to respond to the largest... Read more
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Swissinfo
Turkish military kills 11 Islamic State militants in northern SyriaANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's military returned fire on Islamic State positions i
Turkish military kills 11 Islamic State militants in northern Syria
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's military returned fire on Islamic State positions in northern Syria on Thursday, killing 11 members of the militant group, military sources said. The military returned fire after its artillery near the border town of... Read more
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News.com.au
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo coverof Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with th
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo cover
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
of Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with the magazine. Its editor, Can Dundar, and Ankara bureau chief, Erdem Gul, are facing possible life imprisonment over charges of espionage for their reporting, in a... Read more
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Perth Now
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo coverof Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with th
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo cover
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
of Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with the magazine. Its editor, Can Dundar, and Ankara bureau chief, Erdem Gul, are facing possible life imprisonment over charges of espionage for their reporting, in a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo coverof Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with th
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo cover
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
of Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with the magazine. Its editor, Can Dundar, and Ankara bureau chief, Erdem Gul, are facing possible life imprisonment over charges of espionage for their reporting, in a... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo coverof Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with th
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo cover
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
of Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with the magazine. Its editor, Can Dundar, and Ankara bureau chief, Erdem Gul, are facing possible life imprisonment over charges of espionage for their reporting, in a... Read more
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DW
Erdogan envisaged as aide for the elite, says biographer |been true. But in the meantime he has nothing to do with the people. We only ha
Erdogan envisaged as aide for the elite, says biographer |
DW / Posted yesterday
been true. But in the meantime he has nothing to do with the people. We only have to look at the palace he has had built in Ankara, with its over 1,100 rooms. That he's no longer at the level of the average citizen is made clear. If one sees Tayyip... Read more
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Weekly Times
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo coverof Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with th
Turkish journalists jailed for Hebdo cover
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
of Charlie Hebdo that appeared after the attacks to show its solidarity with the magazine. Its editor, Can Dundar, and Ankara bureau chief, Erdem Gul, are facing possible life imprisonment over charges of espionage for their reporting, in a... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Turkey journalists jailed for publishing Charlie Hebdo Mohammed cartoonregularly targeted by prosecutions as concerns grow over freedom of speech in T
Turkey journalists jailed for publishing Charlie Hebdo Mohammed cartoon
Hindustantimes.com / Posted yesterday
regularly targeted by prosecutions as concerns grow over freedom of speech in Turkey. Its editor-in-chief Can Dundar and Ankara bureau chief Erdem Gul are currently on trial on charges of revealing state secrets and could face multiple life... Read more
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