Reporters Without Borders has put Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on its "Predator of Press Freedom" list of 35 heads of state, extremist organizations, secret services and criminal groups.
Two weeks after the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi government still hasn't confessed to what it knows. Riyadh's window of opportunity is closing and that only benefits Ankara, says Rainer Hermann.
Turkish authorities have arrested another German citizen according to media reports, this time for defaming Erdogan online. The suspect was arrested while on holiday and is not thought to hold Turkish citizenship.
Turkey's Education Ministry has sparked concern with its move to remake learning materials for students. Researchers found that new textbooks diminish women's role in the workforce and emphasize religion.
Turkish authorities have suggested that a missing Saudi journalist was murdered by a special hit squad inside Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul. The prominent commentator was last seen entering the diplomatic mission.
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