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The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

At least ten dead in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, Kim Jong Un calls Trump "mentally deranged," Facebook to share Russian ads with Congress, and more.
VICE Staff
9.22.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Kushner copped $285 million loan just before election, cops break up LGBTQ rally in Istanbul, Ohio government websites hacked with pro-ISIS messages, and more.
VICE Staff
6.26.17
online censorship

Turkey Has Blocked Wikipedia and Is Censoring Twitter

President Erdoğan's crackdown on voices of dissent is expanding to the internet.
Farid Farid
4.29.17
Essays

Trying to Find a Turkey I Recognize After the Failed Coup

I returned to Istanbul right before last month's failed coup attempt, and I'm still trying to make sense of my home in an age of growing authoritarianism and fear.
Busra Erkara
8.23.16
News

How It Feels to Be a Dissident in Turkey After the Failed Military Coup

Government critics are terrified that they'll be removed from their jobs, imprisoned, or worse.
Louise Callaghan
8.1.16
News

'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.
Ugur Gültekin
7.23.16
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

This morning, Ted Cruz was booed off stage at the Republican convention for failing to endorse Donald Trump, a newly released video shows a North Miami police officer shooting a black man who was caring for his autistic patient, and more.
Vice Beta
7.21.16
News

How Facetime Saved the Turkish President from His Country's Attempted Coup

Social media, the very form of communication President Erdogan has earned a reputation for suppressing, came to his rescue during Friday night's chaos.
Anna Nini
7.17.16
News

What's Next for 'Sultan' Erdogan After Friday's Attempted Coup?

We asked an expert on international law about how the failed coup is likely to impact Turkish president Erdogan's hold on power.
ΚΩΣΤΑΣ ΚΟΥΚΟΥΜΑΚΑΣ
7.17.16
Stuff

We Spoke to Turkish Residents in London About Friday's Coup Attempt

What it felt like to go to sleep on Friday without knowing who'd be in charge of your home country when you woke up.
Salma Haidrani
7.16.16
News

Turkey Throttled Social Media During Coup In ‘Evolution’ of Internet Censorship

Turkey has a new approach to censorship.
Jordan Pearson
7.15.16
Stuff

A Brief History of the Outdated Law That Makes Satire Punishable in Germany

From Popes to Shahs, there's a long story behind the law that might see German satirist Jan Böhmermann prosecuted for insulting Turkey's president.
Matern Boeselager
4.16.16
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