Turks living in Germany have begun voting in a controversial referendum on centralizing presidential power in their native country. Can Dundar, former editor-in-chief of the newspaper 'Cumhuriyet,' talks to DW about what is at stake for Turkey.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has visited Skopje to add her voice to calls that the Balkans nation rename itself as "North Macedonia." The dispute has long hobbled ties with Greece and integration into the West.
The German government faces several legal challenges for using Trojan viruses to circumvent encrypted messages. Critics say the current surveillance laws are too broad and risk another massive ransomware attack.
Mesale Tolu was imprisoned in Turkey for more than half a year, at times held with her 2-year-old son. Finally allowed to leave Turkey, she tells DW about her time in jail, freedom of the press and her next plans.
An Istanbul court requested that President Erdogan's government ask Interpol countries to arrest journalist Can Dundar, who currently lives in Germany. Dundar has said such a request would be a "disgrace" for Turkey.
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