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Turkey Tag Archive

The Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict: What’s happening & why?

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The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan is a perfect example of an already complicated and delicate situation being escalated and worsened by foreign intervention and...

Travel bucket list ideas: where to go post-lockdown

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Madeleine Raine shares her ideas on which destinations should be on your bucket list when travel resumes and lockdown is lifted. ...

What you need to know about Air Bridges

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Isabel Ellis details what we need to know about Air Bridges and what it means for UK travel. ...

The ultimate Christmas dinner

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Imogen Davies shares her secret to creating the Ultimate Christmas Dinner....

The Turkish Invasion of Syria, and our lack of response

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After having so valiantly fought against the forces of ISIS, led peaceful negotiations to stabilise the area surrounding Syria and fighting alongside British and American...

International Film: Mustang (2015)

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Our international film this week is 2015's Mustang...

A very European problem

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In December 2017, the Courier published articles on human rights in Turkey. Adnan Eren Can offers a rebuttal....

Human Rights: a cold Turkey?

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Since World War One and the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, Turkey has set its roots firmly in secular values. Kemal Ataturk, the first president of the Turkish Republic in...