Stories By Anna Tuson
123 Feb 2014 Sun
Since the founding of the Turkish Republic in 1923, the Kurdish minority has faced oppression and discrimination -- their language and culture were banned, and their rights to sovereignty were repressed.
207 Feb 2014 Fri
In Turkey, books, newspapers and other media continue to face heavy censorship. Political satire, sex and controversial history are frequently banned, and the offending artists and writers can face fines, job loss and even imprisonment.
306 Feb 2014 Thu
With recent attempts to "Europeanise" the Turkish Republic, animal rights activists are starting to get the hump over the country's ancient sport of camel wrestling.