Opposition to a proposed amendment to Turkey's constitution is strong in Germany's Turkish community. Now they've started a "No" campaign. President Erdogan is hoping for a yes from his AKP party's supporters in Germany.
The German Federation of Journalists and Amnesty International have announced they will hold a joint rally in Berlin to protest Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's state visit this month.
The Turkish president's hopes of addressing the German-Turkish community are closer to becoming reality. His upcoming state visit was described as a "betrayal" by journalist Deniz Yücel, who was imprisoned in Turkey.
Germany's Social Democrats suggested the government in Berlin should use taxpayers' money to help Turkey. Reactions to that proposal have been negative here, and DW's Henrik Böhme says Turkey can only help itself.
The Presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey have failed to reach a ceasefire deal to delay a Syrian government assault on Idlib. Bashar Assad's regime is preparing a massive offensive to retake the rebel-held province.
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