Turkey’s election hands Erdoğan unchecked power for up to a decade
"This is pretty much an unchecked version of a presidency."
Turkey Is Prosecuting Two Kids for Ripping Down Posters of President Erdogan
The prosecutor's office in the predominantly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir said that it would seek to put the boys behind bars for up to four and a half years on charges of "insulting the Turkish president."
What It's Like to Work for the Turkish Government's Propaganda Machine
A job at Turkey's official press agency means being a government spin doctor.
Kate O’Sullivan and Laura Benitez