Istanbul: hundreds protest police raid on opposition media
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Istanbul: hundreds protest police raid on opposition media

“A free press cannot be stopped,” protesters shouted in Istanbul on Wednesday (October 28), in…

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EP rejects possible GM food bans
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EP rejects possible GM food bans

MEPs on Wednesday rejected a draft law that would have allowed countries to ban certain…

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Germany sharpens its tone with Austria over migrants
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Germany sharpens its tone with Austria over migrants

Germany has accused Austria of sending people over their common border under the cover of…

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Kurdish vote expected decisive in Turkish elections — again
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Kurdish vote expected decisive in Turkish elections — again

In Turkey’s elections this Sunday, the Kurdish vote is expected to prove decisive. Turkey has…

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Turkey’s nationalists spurn AKP before polls, eye options
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Turkey’s nationalists spurn AKP before polls, eye options

Turkish nationalists have hailed Devlet Bahçeli as chief since 1997. The Nationalist Movement Party (MHP)…

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MEPs reject net neutrality rule changes
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MEPs reject net neutrality rule changes

MEPs voted on Tuesday against plans to amend legislation that aims to protect “net neutrality”…

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Nigerian military ‘frees 338 hostages’ from Boko Haram camps
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Nigerian military ‘frees 338 hostages’ from Boko Haram camps

Army raids on Boko Haram camps in north-eastern Nigeria are said to have resulted in…

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Thieves Taser man and leave him stunned on train tracks
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Thieves Taser man and leave him stunned on train tracks

Transit Police in Pennsylvania are looking for two thieves, one male and one female, who…

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Interview with Didier Billion (IRIS)about Turkey’s future in Europe
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Interview with Didier Billion (IRIS)about Turkey’s future in Europe

Give and take. After months of blocking Turkey’s negotiations to join the European Union and…

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Doing the Timewarp again: Rocky Horror film celebrates 40 years
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Doing the Timewarp again: Rocky Horror film celebrates 40 years

From royalty to the Rocky Horror Picture Show, London’s Royal Albert Hall has had a…

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