A crude neo-Ottoman imaginary:
Shared by a pro-gov’t columnist, Ömer Turan.
In Diyarbakir city, the informal Kurdish capital, a legacy of intense fighting between Kurdish rebels and the Turkish military.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Dec. 24 that Turkey will never allow the formation of a new state in northern Syria
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More than 1,500 people were taken into custody over the last six months on charges of promoting terrorism on social media, the Turkish Interior Ministry said in a statement on Dec. 24.
President Erdoğan managed to hold on to power in July, but a crackdown on liberals and secularists has turned survival into a game of chance
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