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10 pro-Erdogan imams accused of spying fled Germany

According to the report, based on officials’ statements to German public broadcaster WDR, 10 imams who work for the Turkish-Islamic …

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Iran ambitious to take Mosul 

According to reports by head of Arab tribes in Eastern part of Mosul, Islamic Revolutionary Guard of Iran, Sepah, has …

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Wikipedia has been blocked in Turkey

With the move, Turkey joins the Chinese government as two of the only nations to completely block access to Wikipedia. Since a failed …

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A Forgotten Past: Anzac and the Armenian Genocide

On April 24, 1915, the day before Anzac soldiers landed amid a hail of rifle-fire on the beaches of Gallipoli, …

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Denial of the Armenian Genocide should concern us all

In April 2015 the centenary of the genocide was marked in Turkey by a burgeoning civil society movement, that has …

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Continuous imprisonment  of pro-Kurdish deputies

The pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) deputy Burcu Çelik was arrested by a Muş court on Wednesday for “membership in …

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Italian Journalist jailed in Turkey for 10 Days to Go On Hunger Strike

According to Doğan News Agency (DHA) citing Italy-based ANSA news agency, Gabriele Del Grande was allowed to speak with some …

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Here’s why Erdogan’s victory may come back to haunt him

Even with his new powers, Erdogan will still have to address the Kurdish issue, a possible quagmire in Syria, tensions …

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How to get elected dictator of Turkey: A ten-step guide

It appears that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has gotten himself elected dictator of Turkey through 2029, by a conveniently …

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Fraud in Turkey’s referendum means renewed violence is on its way

The Republican Peoples Party says it is filing objections involving 2.5 million votes. If only one-fifth of that total changes, …

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