Since the attempted coup in Turkey on July 15th, 2016, the country has remained in a state of chaos. President Erdogan blames the Gülen Movement. But what do the people think? A film that captures a divided nation.
The Center for Political Beauty has launched a tongue-in-cheek call to assassinate Presidents Putin or Erdogan at the G20 in Hamburg. The artists say a dictator's presence is more provocative than anything they could do.
The Dutch government has said that Turkish politicians are not welcome at a ceremony commemorating last July's failed coup attempt in Turkey. A similar dispute in March severely tested ties between the two countries.
The European Parliament's rapporteur says EU inaction betrays Turks suffering under Recep Tayyip Erdogan. She wants a freeze of Turkey's accession process if the president implements further anti-democratic measures.
With purges intensifying, rich Turks are mopping up real estate in Greece. Old tensions may loom, but the incentive for secular Turks is sweet: visa-free stay in an EU member state. Anthee Carassava reports from Athens.
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