On 15 July 2016, a coup was attempted in Turkey against state institutions. This had far reaching repercussions for the opposition, media and judicial institutions.
Western governments and human rights activists have vehemently criticized the crackdown and purges conducted by supporters of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. But the Turkish government says the measures were necesary to remove those in the public sector who are intending to destabilize the state. Here you find a chronological compilation of all DW content related to Turkey over the past year.
Critics say proposed legislation in France will stigmatize Muslims - The UK introduces hotel quarantine for returning travelers - Change in Kosovo - The Turkish opposition politician who's set on ousting Erdogan - Coronavirus deaths in Bergamo one year on - Hungary deploys Chinese-made COVID vaccine - Improving our mental health during the lockdown
The EU's vaccine fiasco - Protests continue in Poland over tighter abortion law - EU top envoy heads to Moscow after Alexei Navalny is jailed - The future of the British high street - Will Uighur refugees in Turkey be extradited to China? - Trouble brewing for Germany's beer industry - 5 years after his death, David Bowie inspires artists in Spain - Food delivery boom in Rome
The biggest mafia trial in decades gets underway in Italy - The UK'S health system on the brink of a coronavirus crisis - Ireland's mother-and-baby homes scandal explained - Injecting life into Spain's depopulated villages - Turkey and Greece address long-standing issues - Milan bans outdoor smoking in many public places - The Swiss watch industry looks to the youth to boost business