Copyright in Azerbaijan is protected by law, but this has no practical significance. We tried to find out the reasons for this together with the authors themselves
Around 60 percent of medical staff in Turkey have been exposed to attacks at least ten times
The sacrifices families are ready to make for the sake of a ‘pure blood line’
86 years later, the Hagia Sophia, one of the main symbols of Istanbul, is deprived of the status of a museum and is open for worship as a mosque
Turkish President Erdogan wants to ban Youtube, Twitter, and Netflix after social media users offended his daughter. 16 people who posted comments have been detained, another 15 are on the wanted list.
A possible change in the status of the Hagia Sophia sparks tensions between Turkey and Greece
Ankara Bar Association under fire for criticism of Turkish Minister of Religious Affairs Ali Erbaş' harsh statement on sexual minorities
Report from the largest city of Turkey, where the opposition has defeated the authorities…twice
The opposition sees in the elections a chance to weaken the one-man rule of President Erdogan
Why are these elections so important for Turkey? Who are the main contenders and what are the predictions?
Why are municipal elections so important in Turkey, who are the main players and why has the ‘Battle for Istanbul’ begun?
The Turkish authorities deny there is inflation in the country and say that the price hike is the result of ‘businessmen sabotaging the market’
Approximately 50 children are sexually abused or given away to child marriage per day in Turkey
Women with head coverings are rarely hired, especially in the service industry
Competing explanations for the economic crisis in Turkey – pressure from the Trump administration or the incompetence of the Turkish authorities
In the wake of all the fine words about heroism come the casualties and the nightmares of those who pulled the trigger
Erdogan, the current leader, has a strong rival. Everything you need to know about the candidates and their odds of success.
Local activists say that the media as well as advertising and religious institutes propagate sexism