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At least 12 migrants believed to be Syrians drowned as two boats sank after leaving southwest Turkey for the Greek island of Kos, including three children, as the European Union keeps devising new plans to solve the worsening refugee crisis.
12 migrants drown heading from Turkey to Greek island
More and more Arab tourists visit Istanbul nowadays, but why do they choose this city? What do they think about Turks? What do Turks think about them? And what do Arabs in Turkey think of each other? Our reporters interviewed both sides on the streets of Istanbul and summarized their findings in this point-by-point report.
Al-Istanbul: How Turkey’s largest city became a hub for Arab tourists
Photos showing the dead body of a child washing ashore infuriated the Turkish public and caused many to ask how come so many boats sink so frequently on a usually calm sea, the Aegean
Six reasons for why migrant boats keep sinking off Turkey, Greece
“There’s no more rule of law,” said Mahathir Mohamad, the 90-year-old grandee who was prime minister of Malaysia for 22 years.
Malaysia: Najib in trouble
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has little love lost for Egypt’s Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who he sees as a dictator that ousted the country’s democratically elected president in a military coup, and went on to stage-manage an election to give himself the appearance of being a democratic leader.
An Orwellian nightmare
I will start this article with a highly risky and ambitious sentence.
I am a terrorist and a 'parallel'
Security has always been a major concern for humanity. After 9/11 we began to talk about it a lot more. Nowadays each and every one of us feels the need to be protected both in the real world and the digital one
New trend: Digitally enhanced security
Pictures of the dead body of a small boy swept to Turkey’s Aegean cost on the morning of Sept. 2 shattered the hearts of millions in the country
Refugee tragedy: Just the beginning
FOLDED CORNER - ‘A Useless Man: Selected Stories’ by Sait Faik Abasıyanık translated by Maureen Freely and Alexander Dawe (Archipelago Books, 240 pages, $18)
‘Turkey’s Chekhov’ Sait Faik: Not a useless man
Turkey’s human rights record has never been a bright one. Especially in the 1980’s and 1990’s when Turkey entered a spiral of violence due to the Kurdish issue, human rights violations became a major and shameful headache for Turks
Euro court replaces EU as Turkey’s main anchor to the union
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