KONYA, Turkey—On the humid afternoon after July’s bloody coup attempt, signs of a rift that is redefining this nation’s academia played out in two cities 400 miles apart. In Istanbul, Nil Mutluer grabbed her 3-year-old daughter and raced
Protests over the murder of a transgender woman took place in Turkey this weekend. We’d like to know what it’s like being LGBT in the country
Protests took place in Istanbul, over the murder of a transgender
woman – and LGBT activist – Hande Kader who was found dead in August. Her burned body was discovered in a forest.
WASHINGTON The U.S. State Department said on Friday that Turkey has formally requested the extradition of U.S.-based Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen but not on issues related to the recent coup attempt, which Turkish leaders have accused him of
Turkish investigative journalist Barış Pehlivan spent 19 months in jail,accused of terrorism based on documents found on his work computer. But when digital forensics experts examined his PC, they discovered that those files were put
It says a lot about post-failed-coup Turkey that you can spot the priority list of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s foreign antagonists from the Government’s reactions to a massacre. The slaughter of at least 50 Kurdish wedding guests by a suicide
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