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British journalist held by police at Luton airport for five hours without arrest
Matt Broomfield, who has worked in Kurdish-controlled north-east Syria, had his phone and laptop seized when he was questioned last month

Dan Sabbagh Defence editor

20, Sep, 2023 @11:55 AM

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UN complaint lodged over Turkish airstrikes on hospital in Iraq
Survivors and witnesses bring case to human rights council over 2021 attack killing eight people

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

31, Jul, 2023 @6:00 AM

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‘Love is the answer’: the Kurdish refugees finding art and healing in a country that imprisoned them
After fleeing their homes in Iran, Mostafa Azimitabar and Farhad Bandesh spent eight years detained by Australia. A new film, Freedom is Beautiful, tracks their journey

Susan Chenery

27, Jul, 2023 @3:00 PM

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Name Me Lawand review – empathic and inspiring portrait of deaf Iraqi refugee boy
This heartfelt documentary shows us the world from the point of view of a migrant whose life was revolutionised by a school for the deaf in the UK

Peter Bradshaw

04, Jul, 2023 @8:00 AM

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Turkish fury as Sweden allows Qur’an burning risks further delays to Nato bid
Foreign minister condemns ‘vile protest’ outside Stockholm mosque ahead of meeting in Brussels to discuss application

Jon Henley Europe correspondent

28, Jun, 2023 @3:57 PM

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The Guardian view on Erdoğan’s victory: a triumph for polarisation, not unity | Editorial
Editorial: As he embarks on a third decade in power, Turkey’s president will continue to use sweeping powers to divide and rule


29, May, 2023 @5:28 PM

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Behrouz Boochani, the refugee reporter who exposed the cruelty of Australia’s island jail | Ten years of Guardian Australia
One inmate became the voice of the men locked up on Manus. Behrouz Boochani and Ben Doherty look back at the risks he took to get this story to the world

Caitlin Cassidy and Marni Cordell

21, May, 2023 @3:00 PM

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The Observer view on Turkey: Erdoğan looks more fragile | Observer editorial
A moment of weakness on TV has done nothing for the president’s strongman image in a country already tiring of authoritarian rule

Observer editorial

30, Apr, 2023 @5:31 AM

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My Name Is Happy review – Turkish talent show contestant survives femicide attempt
At age 19 Mutlu Kaya overcame the trauma of being shot – but her story illuminates male violence in the country

Phuong Le

11, Feb, 2023 @9:45 AM

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Turkey’s two-faced ‘sultan’ is no friend of the west. It’s time to play hardball
President Erdoğan’s increasingly hostile stance towards Nato and democratic principles can no longer go unpunished

Simon Tisdall

05, Feb, 2023 @8:00 AM

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Turkey summons Swedish ambassador over Erdoğan effigy
Swedish government distances itself from hanging of presidential dummy in Stockholm stunt by Kurdish group

Jennifer Rankin

12, Jan, 2023 @5:54 PM

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Suspect in Paris shooting ‘had pathological hatred of foreigners’
The man, 69, was held on Friday after killing three people at a Kurdish cultural centre and nearby cafe

Angelique Chrisafis in Paris

25, Dec, 2022 @6:08 PM

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