When the Turkish government suddenly banned Wikipedia in late April last year, it came as little surprise to many people in the country. Access to platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and WhatsApp have been periodically
The opposition İYİ (Good) Party on April 30 vowed to host the “reopening of Wikipedia,” which has been banned in Turkey for over a year, a day after snap elections on June 24.
The Verge – Paul Benjamin Osterlund – Apr 30, 8:41 AM
Turkey will roll out a debt restructuring and social reforms package costing nearly $6 billion, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said on April 30, weeks before snap elections slated for June 24.