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Veteran Turkish journalist, author Çetin Altan dies at 88

Veteran Turkish journalist, author Çetin Altan dies at 88

Çetin Altan, a prominent figure in the Turkish journalism history, died on Oct. 22 of pneumonia-driven respiratory failure and septic shock. He was 88

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Fragments of so-called life in Syria

Fragments of so-called life in Syria

In her latest book ‘The Crossing,’ PEN award winning Syrian journalist Samar Yazbek gives an account of what she witnessed in Syria

Comment(s)10/13/2015

Out of nowhere: The Kurds of Syria

Out of nowhere: The Kurds of Syria

FOLDED CORNER: ‘Out of Nowhere: The Kurds of Syria in Peace and War’ by Michael M. Gunter (Hurst, 176 pages, £30)

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P. J. Harvey releases first poetry collection

P. J. Harvey releases first poetry collection

British singer P. J. Harvey released her first book of poetry on her 46th birthday on Oct. 9 - based on journeys to Afghanistan, Kosovo and the United States

Comment(s)10/11/2015

An Armenian in the mountains of Eastern Anatolia

An Armenian in the mountains of Eastern Anatolia

FOLDED CORNER - ‘Four Years in the Mountains of Kurdistan: An Armenian Boy’s Memoir of Survival, 1915-1919’ by Aram Haigaz (Maiden Lane, 396 pages, $26.95)

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INTERVIEW: Ahmet Ağaoğlu, a paradoxical symbol of Turkish liberalism

INTERVIEW: Ahmet Ağaoğlu, a paradoxical symbol of Turkish liberalism

Ozan Özavcı talks to HDN about his new book on the life of Turkish politician and intellectual Ahmet Ağaoğlu (1868-1938)

Comment(s)10/10/2015

Frankfurt Book Fair opens as Rushdie sparks Iran’s boycott

Frankfurt Book Fair opens as Rushdie sparks Iran’s boycott

The world’s biggest book fair opened in Frankfurt on Oct 13 with a press conference by British-Indian writer Salman Rushdie, saying ‘Expression of speech is fundamental to all human beings.’

Comment(s)10/15/2015

Orhan Pamuk's museum to go to London for show next year

Orhan Pamuk's museum to go to London for show next year

Exhibits from the Museum of Innocence, the award-winning Istanbul museum created by the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Orhan Pamuk in 2012, will go on show early next year at the Somerset House in London as part of a special display, the Art Newspaper has reported.

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