German Prosecutors Launch Investigation After 'Hit List' of Turkish Dissidents Discovered
German police have visited Turkish journalists living in Germany to warn them that they're on a list of individuals who could be targeted.
Turkey and Russia Are Teaming Up to Screw Over the Kurds
Russian troops are already ordering the Kurds to give up territory, or face a renewed onslaught from Turkey.
Turkey’s President Keeps Showing Footage of the New Zealand Massacre at Political Rallies
"This isn't an individual act, this is organised," he said, suggesting anti- Islamic violence has become entrenched throughout the West.
Turkey's Government Crackdown on Journalists and Social Media Has Crippled Freedom of Speech
Turkey's President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, benefited from Twitter and Facebook but used his power to silence critics and journalists.
Turkey is shelling U.S.-backed forces in Syria
Turkish troops shelled Kurdish militia forces based in an enclave in northern Syria Friday, as Turkey defied U.S. calls for restraint.
Activists Are Fighting to Free Turkey's Jailed Human Rights Defenders
More than 50,000 people have been jailed by the Erdoğan regime after a failed coup, but international activist groups want the immediate release of ten human rights defenders.
Enes Kanter Laughs Off Reports of Turkish Arrest Warrant
"Hahaha" the Turkish NBA star wrote in a tweet regarding reports that Turkey put out a warrant for his arrest, adding "I will... spit on your ugly, hateful faces."
We Have Problems With that Washington Post Story About Canadian Democracy
As a bitter graduate student, my credit rating did not die for this bullshit.
How LGBTQ Turks are Preparing for a History-Making Constitutional Vote
If Turkey's constitution is amended on April 16, nationalism could rise—and the already imperiled queer community may bear the brunt of what follows.
Turkey says its 'anti-Americanism' depends on US response to extradition request for cleric
Ankara is not compromising on its request that the United States extradite Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is in Pennsylvania, and who Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and his allies blame for orchestrating last month's attempted coup.
Turkey's ruling and opposition parties staged a huge post-coup rally Sunday
The rally came as rights group Amnesty International said it had received credible evidence of detainees being subjected to beatings and torture, including rape, since the coup attempt.
We Spoke to Turkish Residents in London About Friday's Coup Attempt
What it felt like to go to sleep on Friday without knowing who'd be in charge of your home country when you woke up.