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· November, 2015

Stories about Turkey from November, 2015

30 November 2015

Death in Diyarbakır: Shooting of Human Rights Lawyer Deepens Turkey's Political Strife

"We have lost a very important lawyer who gave all his life to peace and the human rights struggle. Please get to know him better and do not forget him."

29 November 2015

Kyrgyzstan Torn Between Russia and Turkey Over Plane Spat

As the Moscow-Ankara standoff continues, the small countries in the pair's respective spheres of influence have tough choices to make.

25 November 2015

Welcome to the #StandwithRussia Movement

RuNet Echo

Russian Internet users are getting quite inventive about conveying to Turkey how they feel about an attack on a Sukhoi Su-24 jet earlier this week.

23 November 2015

One Woman's Poem for Syrian Refugees—Including Her Cousin, Who Died Crossing the Mediterranean

“If I can create an empathetic bridge for them, through the poem, that that will create a really powerful success story.”

21 November 2015

Death Could Not Stop His Drive to Help Syria's Refugees

After dental student Deah Barakat was shot to death, his friends and family in the US made his dream of a dental clinic for Syrian refugees happen.

14 November 2015

Activists in Turkey Try to Keep #SilvanUnderAttack in the Media After the Paris Attacks

'Our magnificent media, #ParisUnderAttack is unfortunately true, what about #SilvanUnderAttack?'

1 November 2015

Turkey's Repeat Election Returns a Majority For Governing Party

At the second time of asking Turkey's ruling party the AKP have recovered their treasured parliamentary majority. What will they do with it now?

Polls Closed After Turkey Votes in Second Crucial Election this Year

Turkey waits on the result of its second general election in the space of five months, with President Erdogan's AKP party desperate to reclaim a majority.