TURKEY

true crime

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.
Francisco Alvarado
11.15.18
Quango

So, What Was Boris Johnson Doing in Copenhagen Anyway?

Lathering up autocrats, of course.
Simon Childs
8.6.18
Turkish elections

Photos of the Celebrations in Istanbul after Erdoğan's Presidential Victory

The win means that Erdoğ​an is now more powerful than ever.
VICE Staff
6.25.18
Can't Handle the Truth

Don't Worry, Tide Pods Aren't Going Anywhere

Don't believe the story about Tide pulling the toxic little guys off the shelves.
Mike Pearl
1.28.18
foreign policy

Britain's Confusing Kurdish Policy Is Screwing Anti-ISIS Fighters

It's perfectly simple: they're fighting ISIS, who we hate, with the YPG, which is linked to the PKK, who Turkey – who we're selling weapons to – hates.
Norma Costello
8.31.17
politics

A Long, Comprehensive List of the Allegations Against Mike Flynn

The former national security adviser has a lot of explaining to do.
Mike Pearl
5.10.17
LGBTQ

How LGBTQ Turks are Preparing for a History-Making Constitutional Vote

If Turkey's constitution is amended on the 16th of April, nationalism could rise – and the already imperilled queer community may bear the brunt of what follows.
Lorena Rios
4.14.17
Tinder

Smoker or Vaper, Vegan or Meat Eater: What Do the Men of Tinder Really Want?

I set up a load of conflicting profiles to find out.
Hannah Ewens
2.21.17
Film

Street Cats Are Our Only Hope

The new documentary 'Kedi' takes you inside the delightful world of stray cats in Istanbul.
Lauren Oyler
2.18.17
refugees

Where Will Refugees Suddenly Rejected by the US Go Now?

Trump's ban on refugees has governments and aid workers scrambling, and made some desperate situations worse.
Meredith Hoffman
2.1.17
Art

[Premiere] Normcore Meets Net Art in the 18th Issue of FELT Zine

Turkish digital artist Helin Sahin shares her bizarre hairy creations for this latest issue.
Nathaniel Ainley
1.28.17
Art

Succulents Make a Stunning Statement Inside Vintage Typewriters

Turkish artist Aysenaz Karayalcin likens succulents to the resilence of women around the world.
Beckett Mufson
1.25.17
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