On a December night in 2011, a terrible thing happened on Mount Cudi, near the Turkish-Iraqi border. One side described it as a massacre; the other called it an accident.
nytimes.com – Behlul Ozkan – Aug 28– Istanbul — In the late 1990s, as Turkey was reeling from various political and economic crises, there was a nationwide debate over European Union membership and whether Turkish accession to the union would solve the country’s problems. Back
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If there is a war or something,” said Ilter Turan, a professor at Istanbul’sBilgi University. “It is not one in which the president calls a session and says: Let’s build a bridge. That’s not the idea.” Presidents take an oath to remain neutral when …
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The number of refugees from Iraq’s Yazidi religious minority who have fled to Turkey from the advance of jihadists has risen to 16,000 and may rise further, a top provincial official was quoted as saying Saturday. The number marks a sharp rise from the figures of several thousand previously given and shows Turkey is dealing with another major influx of refugees as it gives sanctuary to some 1.2