Turkey's President Was Just Rejected by His Own Hometown
Recep Tayyip Erdogan's party demanded a do-over of Istanbul's mayoral election—and lost by an even wider margin the second time.
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China Is Allegedly Forcing Its Muslims to Break Their Ramadan Fast
And most Muslim majority nations, most notably Saudi Arabia, are silent about it.
Turks Banned from Attending Dawn Service at Gallipoli Amid Security Fears
The Turkish government has prohibited locals from attending tomorrow's Anzac Day ceremonies citing post-Christchurch tensions.
The Dangers of Leaving Islam
VICE News meets a network of ex-Muslims based in London, helping others who have left Islam, as they escape imprisonment, violence, forced marriage, kidnapping, exclusion, and ostracization from their communities and families.
The Jamal Khashoggi Murder Saga Is Just Getting Started
If Saudi Arabia thought it might silence (execute) a critic without much fuss, it was wrong.
Is This the First Historical Dick Pic?
Archaeologists in Turkey have discovered second century mosaics of “Narcissus enchanted with his own penis.”
This Diplomatic Dispute Will Not Be Televised
The Saudi's ban on Turkish soap operas is the latest example of how political conflicts affect pop culture.
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In the Face of Terror, Istanbul's Underground Is Still Dancing
Even after attacks on nightclubs, a failed coup, and changes in regulations that threaten the existence of all but the most wealthy venues, groups of misfits are still finding places to dance in Turkey.