Turkey's President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, benefited from Twitter and Facebook but used his power to silence critics and journalists.
A Turkish judge ordered the release on bail of human rights activists who were standing trial on terrorism-related charges. By their account, they were just attending a workshop.
After more than 100 days of what many say is unlawful imprisonment, the first hearing in the trial of a group of activists is about to go down.
VICE Impact spoke to an Avaaz campaigner to find out more about how the group is organizing ahead of the critical and decisive trial.
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.
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Two people have been killed in the clashes between police and masked protesters.
VICE News went to Istanbul to check out polling stations and the city's main election center. They found a largely analog election process, vulnerable to all kinds of voter fraud—citizen watchdog groups are the only line of defense against widespread...
VICE News correspondent Tim Pool is on the ground in the Okmeydani neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey, where protesters are clashing with police after the funeral of 15-year-old Berkin Elvan.
Last night, Turkish police raided 38 homes and made 16 arrests, including some teenagers. Their crime? Tweeting about the demonstrations.