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Deborah Ann Dilley · May, 2007

As well as occasionally authoring articles for the Turkish and Kurdish blogosphere coverage on Global Voices, I am also the Daily Digest Editor.

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Latest posts by Deborah Ann Dilley from May, 2007

16 May 2007

Kurdistance: The Honor Killing of Dua

This may seem like old news....but it isn't. Even though the tragic honor killing of a young girl in Northern Iraq/Southern Kurdistan took place in early April, sometimes the meaning...

15 May 2007

Turkey is Typing….the Eurovision Song Contest

While there may still be presidential protests expanding across Turkey, I thought that on this week's article we could diverge into some more important and entertaining prospects of Turkish culture....the...

9 May 2007

Turkey is Typing…Winding Down from May Day

The days before May Day were marked by presidential protests in Turkey, but somehow with the coming of the new month, those peaceful protests became marred by violence. This week...

1 May 2007

Turkey is Typing….Is Turkey Heading for Another Coup?

Increased tensions over the Turkish presidential elections result in more protests and even statements from the military alluding to a possible coup if the current Presidential candidate Abdullah Gull becomes...

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