Turks living in Germany have begun voting in a controversial referendum on centralizing presidential power in their native country. Can Dundar, former editor-in-chief of the newspaper 'Cumhuriyet,' talks to DW about what is at stake for Turkey.
Two more prominent journalists have been released in the sprawling trial against the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper. Upon release, one vowed that the "mafia" Turkish regime would fall.
A company with close ties to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has bought the daily newspaper "Hurriyet" and TV station CNN Turk. The consolidation is "a deep cut," says Reporters Without Borders' Christian Mihr.
The sale of the independent Dogan Group to a firm close to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has sparked anger and dismay among many people in Turkey. Does it spell the end for independent media in the country?
Turkish forces will target Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria and possibly Iraq, Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said. The threat comes as military and rebel allies captured the Syrian Kurdish enclave of Afrin.
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