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.
Millions of young Turks will soon be of voting age and President Erdogan wants to win them over. Yet many of the country's youth feel rebellious and openly reject him.
A Turkish drama has become all the rage as millions are glued to the screen amid the pandemic. The show received widespread criticism for not only its violent, nationalist content, but also for historical inaccuracies.
The verdict came three years after Peter Steudtner and 10 other human rights activists were arrested in Turkey on terrorism-related charges. Four others in the case were handed jail terms.
Activists and dissidents in Turkey have long avoided official censorship by using social media. Now the government wants to put an end to that, introducing a new handbook to establish digital control of the country.
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