RECEP TAYYIP ERDOGAN
So, What Was Boris Johnson Doing in Copenhagen Anyway?
Lathering up autocrats, of course.
Politics And Terror Could Hurt Turkish Football
Citing security threats and a fraught political situation, German clubs are no longer going to Turkey, their once-preferred winter training camp destination. Will a player exodus be next?
coup crackdown hits turkish football
Turkish Football Federation Fires 94 Referees and Other Officials After Failed Military Coup
President Erdogan’s authoritarian purge has now spread to Turkish football.
UK Sports Staff
'I Have a Bad Feeling About This': My Experience of the Failed Military Coup in Turkey
It's been an absurd and frightening few days in Turkey. This is what it felt like to be there.
What Boris Johnson’s Crappy, Prize-Winning Limerick Tells Us About the Privilege of Power
The man is a fraud.
The Turkish Football Supporters Accused of Terrorism
We spoke with the leader of a Beşiktas supporters group who was accused of terrorism by the Turkish government following demonstrations against President Erdoğan.
Lara Villalón & Pelin Doğan
Turkish Football Club President Holds Referees Hostage After Not Being Awarded a Penalty
Locking them up in the stadium seemed like a good idea at the time.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Istanbul's Gentrification Wars
Meeting Turkey's antigentrification militants – the Revolutionary People's Liberation Front.
Social Media Isn't a Threat to the Turkish Government
Twitter might have turned Erdogan into a TV villain, but it's not going to end his political career.
Protesters in Istanbul Rioted to Save Their Internet
The government don't want people finding out about corruption, so they're trying to restrict online freedom.
Deniz Agah, Photos: Charles Emir Richards
The Sixth Day of Fire, Tear Gas and Blood in Istanbul
Protesters and police are still fighting in Turkey.
Esra Gurmen, Photos: Nazim Serhat Firat and Ali Gü