Photojournalist Ben Taub has spent the last two summers on the Turkish-Syrian border, recording the lives of civilians caught up in the conflict in Syria. Contains graphic images.
The politician’s comments have sparked an outcry.
Yet it’s also sort of cute?
Turkish company Pugedon is trying to help the massive stray animal population by also helping the environment!
Can you make it through this without your mouth watering?
A tasty snack becomes a blank canvas for Turkish artist Hasan Kale.
Surely, he pressed send, and then returned the phone to its belt holster.
Users are now free to watch anti-Erdogan or cat videos galore.
Hayrünnisa Gül browses $195 ties at the upscale fashion boutique one year to the day after police cracked down on a demonstration in Istanbul’s Gezi Park, sparking months of violent protests. Update: A presidential spokesman said that the president paid for the luxury hotel suite with his own money.
Police fired tear gas and water cannons at protesters Saturday in Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey.
“I am being kicked,” Ivan Watson told the camera before it was cut.
Licorice liquors only sound like a good idea…
Turkish authorities have detained 25 people in connection with the coal mine fire in Soma, Turkey, that killed 301 miners. Three have been indicted.
Six of the 33 Chilean miners who survived in a collapsed copper mine for months in 2010 have expressed sympathy for the families of the 301 people who have died in Soma, Turkey.
Did Erdogan go so far as to punch a protester?
The government gave the green light for arms companies to send sniper rifles and other military hardware to the country despite the shooting and gassing of protesters.
This is what the rest of the world eats when intoxicated?! We need to step up our game.
“What you saw is just warm-ups.”
You can hardly blame aliens for wanting to invade. Which they will, in the new DreamWorks animated film HOME, coming to theaters in 2015.
“There are no rules any more. It’s all about the preservation of Erdogan.”
The government goes after YouTube, one week after blocking Twitter.
“There are no legal grounds for the blocking of our service in Turkey,” Twitter said in a statement.
“I don’t care who it is. I’m not listening,” Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan told an election rally in Istanbul.
No wonder her name is Turkey.
Within hours of the late night ban, #TwitterIsBlockedInTurkey and #DictatorErdogan were trending in the country.
“I don’t care what the international community says,” Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said. UPDATE: Twitter says it is investigating reports that service has been banned in Turkey, according to Reuters.
No better time for a group selfie than after your arrest.