People in Turkey have taken to the streets to protest the government for the fourth day running. The authorities have continued to respond harshly, but this has not deterred people.
With presidents changing constitutions to stay in power and political opponents ending up behind bars, there's a popular belief that democracy in Africa is dying. But experts say there's actually a lot of good news.
In the nick of time for a national holiday, President Erdogan is cutting the ribbon on Istanbul's massive new airport. It could one day be the world's biggest, but there have been many losers in the construction process.
More than 450 people were injured at massive anti-corruption protests on Friday. Prosecutors say they are reviewing footage and interviewing victims in a bid to bring offenders to justice.
Police in Turkey have rounded up hundreds of construction workers at Istanbul's new airport after they protested labor safety, bed bugs in their accommodations, delayed salaries and colleagues' deaths.
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