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Turkish writer Ahmet Altan: ‘I went to prison, I came out, and I can go back again’ – Duvar

In his first interview since he was released from prison, Turkish writer Ahmet Altan has told people to speak up and not be afraid. "You can't make fear so ordinary. Fear is so ordinary now, and I don't think it's something we can accept so easily…I went to prison, I came out, and I can go back again," he said.

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Ottoman Theatrical Posters Exhibition – Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa

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La Turquie mène une guerre de l’eau en Syrie – OrientXXI

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Dismissed academic & renown documentary maker Can Candan prevented from entering Boğaziçi University by appointed rector’s orders – OTC with Duvar

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« The High Cost of An Unpredictable Turkey » Marc Pierini – Carnegie Europe

"With twenty months left until Turkey’s legislative and presidential elections, the political debate will be fierce. The West may choose to sit it out...

Fehim Taştekin: « Iran and Turkey return to the old game » – Duvar

"With both Iran and Turkey reevaluating relations with the long-deadlocked Arab world, the Persian-Turkish rivalry may rear its ugly head," says Fehim Taştekin on...
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