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Videos of passengers demanding accommodation made rounds on Twitter after thousands of travellers were stranded at the new Istanbul airport as a result of bad weather conditions and cancelled flights.
In light of recent natural disasters and weak governmental response, many wonder whether the government is prepared to handle its worst disaster yet — a possible earthquake in Istanbul.
Turkey procured vaccines from China in December 2020, but delivery delays and negative perceptions of China-made vaccines are now making other sources more attractive.
To counter the trending #HelpTurkey the government responded with its own hashtags #StrongTurkiye and #WeDontNeedHelp.
The Hunutlu coal-fired power plant is part of China's Belt and Road Initiative in Turkey, an economic and political cooperation program that Ankara joined in November 2015.
"Sea snot"—or "marine mucilage"—may cause biodiversity loss. It is triggered by global warming, waste pollution and rising water temperatures.
This year's exam was embroiled in controversy -- and not just because of the pandemic.
On March 8, International Women’s Day, feminist night marches took place in several cities across Turkey. While the event was held for the 17th time in İstanbul, it ended with violence and detentions
Recently, a new campaign has been gaining ground to draw attention to one of the country’s longest-serving political prisoners.
In Turkey, a top sanitary pad brand comes under fire after it releases a feminist ad.
With over 10 million views and still trending, the song 'cannot stay silent' is making a deafening noise in Turkey and liberating the minds.
Activists and artists join forces in Turkey to fight deforestation caused by mining companies.
A Turkish Twitter celebrity is being sued for allegedly advocating drug consumption, reigniting the debate about online freedom of expression
"Kontr is a publishing house, and a home where one invites the ones he likes, it is not a factory aimed at producing goods, labels or at making money."
In Turkish, "tamam" means "that's enough". And that is exactly what Turks are saying to the president.
With 155 journalists serving jail time because of their work, such sentences are becoming routine for Turkey's embattled independent media community.
During the week of February 5-11, 2018, Global Voices' stories and translations attracted readers from 195 countries!
“I don’t have anything to regret. I just did my work as a human rights defender,” Idil Eser told the court.
A group of human rights defenders and information technology trainers continue to face jail time in Turkey and accusations that they were "aiding a terrorist organization without being a member."
"The accusations of aiding an armed terrorist organisation against them are groundless. Workshops of this kind are common, essential education for human rights organisations."
“Our purpose is to promote bird language to our country and to the world.”