Police have begun to stand guard to protect a much-debated statue of an Ottoman prince taking a selfie with a smart phone in a historic Turkish town
Two men who were detained on suspicion they had vandalized the much-debated statue of a selfie-taking Ottoman prince in northern Turkey have told the police they damaged the statue inadvertently, bearing no political motives.
Statue of selfie-taking prince in Turkey is damaged by vandals
…in two. See also: Violence against women in Turkey: Erdogan takes a surprising stand Authorities in Amasya, a historical town in northern Turkey, were seen wrapping yellow crime scene tape around the statue of Prince Sehzade Mustafa on Monday, which had become both a hit for tourists — appearing often on Instagram and Twitter since it was installed May 9 — and a lightning rod for locals who found it disrespectful. “I find the construction of the statue a meaningless attempt to make fun of
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