Thousands of people took to the streets of the German city of Dresden on Aug. 29 to send a message of welcome to refugees, after a string of violent anti-migrant protests in the region.
The gunman in the shooting deaths of two television journalists in Virginia on Aug. 26 was a veteran anchorman with a history of workplace grievances who had previously sued a Florida station alleging discrimination because he was black.
Germany's interior minister led calls on Aug. 23 for a crackdown on right-wing militants and racists after a second night of scuffles between protesters and police outside a refugee shelter in an eastern German town near Dresden.
German police sprayed tear gas on several hundred demonstrators throwing bottles and stones at busloads of asylum seekers arriving at an eastern German town in the early hours of Aug. 22 in scuffles which left several people hurt.
Jean-Marie Le Pen, France's elderly, far-right master provocateur, was booted out of the National Front (FN) he founded on Aug. 20 after a high-profile feud with his daughter and party leader Marine.
Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
Unlike Mark Twain’s experience with New York, returning to Washington D.C. after an absence of a mere six months in April I found quite of bit of moral decadence: Cannabis had been legalized
The FBI will participate in the investigation into the death of an unarmed black Texas college football player who was fatally shot by a white officer during a burglary call at a car dealership, a suburban Dallas police chief said on August 8.
Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) co-chair Selahattin Demirtaş has rejected allegations his party served as a political mouthpiece for the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and defined retaliations against the Suruç massacre as “dirty" acts in an interview with the British daily Financial Times.
Category: FATİH ÇEKİRGE
How could weapons be drawn so quickly? How could death traps be set so quickly? How could those spiteful attacks be organized against the police and the military so quickly?
Turkey is set to build a 20,000-seat stadium to international standards in the Gaza Strip to support sports in Palestine, officials revealed on July 14.
Twenty years ago, on July 11, 1995, Serbian nationalist forces, led by General Ratko Mladić, carried out a systematic massacre of more than 8,000 Bosniak boys and men.
Category: KANAT ATKAYA
China is conducting systematic cruelty in East Turkistan with various methods, in complete violation of human rights. It does not respect freedom of belief (imposes a ban on fasting, etc.), forces abortion, and restricts the use of native tongues.
“Go Set a Watchman,” the much-anticipated second novel by “To Kill a Mockingbird” author Harper Lee, is the most pre-ordered print title on Amazon.com since the last book in the “Harry Potter” series, Amazon said on July 9.
The divisive Confederate flag came down on July 10 at South Carolina's legislature, drawing a line under a furor rekindled last month by the murder of nine black churchgoers by a young white supremacist.
Two Israelis are being held captive in the Gaza Strip, including one detained by Hamas after crossing into the territory last year, Israeli officials said July 9, raising fears of another hostage crisis
The head of the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) has raised some eyebrows by saying both Chinese and Koreans "have slanted eyes" while touching on attacks on Chinese people in Turkey to protest the alleged abuse of Uighurs in Xinjiang/East Turkestan.
A new window of opportunity has opened after the June 7 general elections, the Ankara-based think-tank International Strategic Research Organization (USAK) said, calling for a deepening of European Union–Turkey relations.
Rwandan spy chief Karenzi Karake arrived for a court hearing in London on June 25 after President Paul Kagame slammed his arrest on a Spanish-issued warrant as "absolute arrogance and contempt".
Walmart and Amazon will no longer stock merchandise bearing the Confederate flag after the Charleston church massacre, in a growing movement against what critics say is a symbol of racism in the American South
US President Barack Obama on June 22 ignited a storm of social media debate when he used a racial epithet in an interview posted online that discussed race relations following the recent killings of nine black churchgoers.
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