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A Russian court has sentenced three young women to up to 15 days imprisonment after they performed a dance with "twerk" moves in front of a war memorial and posted a video online.
VIDEO: Russia jails three for WWII memorial ’twerk’
A leftist moderate promising to press for a peace deal in ethnically-split Cyprus swept to victory in the presidential election run-off in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) on April 26. Mustafa Akıncı, standing as an independent, won 60.3 percent of the votes.
High hopes for peace as Akıncı elected as new president of Turkish Cypriots
The election of Mustafa Akıncı as the president of northern Cyprus will usher the island into a new and challenging phase.
With Akıncı’s election, a new era opens in Cyprus
'We haven’t seen the worst,' said Helen Clark, the head of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), regarding the refugee crisis across the world as we were talking right after the inauguration of a new regional hub in Istanbul.
UN: Refugee toll in Turkey may hit 2.5 million in 2015
Turkey’s top defense procurement panel may select Dornier as primary model for the planned Turkish regional jet
Top panel to discuss regional jet, fighter aircraft
Pledges in the main opposition CHP's election manifesto triggered ruling AKP's defensive responses such as, 'Where will you find the finances? There is no such financing.' Is it so?
The polemic of this election: Where are the finances?
The main opposition CHP has managed to steal some of the thunder of the ruling AKP by unveiling an economic package for the upcoming elections that will force whoever forms the next government to address the issues that have been raised, according to economist Güngör Uras.
Economic vows of Turkey's main opposition 'setting agenda for next government'
I’ve just got back from a very quick trip to Athens... What did I see? I saw a country whose people by now have become more stoic, more resilient and more aware.
Greeks have afterthoughts but hope dies last
'Muslim Youth' in Sakarya University have protested the spring festival. When campus security told them it was time for them to end their demonstration, they replied, 'Do you want us to raid the festival?'
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According to news reports, Turkey’s Family and Social Policies Ministry is considering a ban on the game Minecraft, concerned it promotes violence and social isolation. Such moral panics are inevitably a distraction from real issues, such as poverty or mental health reform, Dr. Chris Ferguson writes.
Don’t get into a moral panic with so-called violent video games
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