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Another education is possible in Turkey
BLOG: Radikal newspaper curtsies goodbye and takes leave from Turkey’s sick sector
Hürriyet’s web coordinator wins media organization’s Human Rights Award
Russia 'open to Turkish ops in Syria under Adana Agreement'
Poor media literacy ‘making Turks vulnerable to fake news’
Apple Watch 'at heart of investigation' on missing Saudi journalist Khashoggi
Vahap Munyar takes over as Hürriyet’s editor-in-chief
100,000 web pages banned in Turkey
Turkey must be more persistent in repatriation of ancient artifacts: Veteran journalist Özgen Acar
‘The Lost Atlantis,’ would a question mark matter?
Time for books
Aung San Suu Kyi’s free press dilemma
Unbearable lightness of Pyongyang tourism during nuke crisis
Education basic human right, defend it to the end: Doğan Online chairwoman
Hürriyet chair Doğan Sabancı: People must learn to ‘co-exist’
How many other like-minded officers do we have in the police force?
Facebook can be greater by becoming more journalistic
Animals posing as humans
Social media emerges as key news source for urban Turks
Google before posting: How to debunk misinformation
Trustees appointed to Zaman media group
‘Spotlight’ team talks investigative journalism ahead of Oscars
Umberto Eco, author of ‘The Name of the Rose,’ passes away
The year in social media: The ultimate news source, Periscope and emojis
We invite your newspaper to be like its title
Journalists march ‘to stand up for journalism’ on World Press Freedom Day
Turkey's fresh ban pushes social media giants to remove content
Turks losing battle against government on social media
Turkey defends its rights record at UN body
BLOG: The legacy of the Gezi protests, from the streets to government offices
All quiet on the Turkish front
Turkey suffering 'rights rollback' under Erdoğan: HRW
Why is Stiglitz closely watching Turkey?
Google hit by 70,000 'right to be forgotten' requests
Google opens path in Europe for being 'forgotten'
Gezi-inspired comic anthology seeks funding to publish
A war against the Internet ‘is one the state cannot win’
New leaked tape reveals PM Erdoğan reducing media boss to tears over report
Media ethics, public responsibility
Re-exhibition of an exhibit aborted 18 years ago
Increasing political pressure on Turkish media
Sad truths about the Turkish media
‘Instructions rain down on Turkish media every day,’ says prominent editor-in-chief
Opposition calls on Turkish President Gül to veto law on Internet
US 'shares concerns' regarding Turkey’s Internet bill
Happy birthday, Facebook
What’s the problem with coffeehouses and the Internet?
Hürriyet represents composite media, says chairwoman Vuslat Doğan Sabancı
US and UK crack online encryption, new leaks show
Al-Jazeera America goes live, woos viewers