Gaziantep | Gian Matteo Apuzzo* | 24 November 2016

Only 92 kilometres separate Gaziantep and Aleppo – two cities close to each other in terms of geography and history, now divided by war. A report from the south of Turkey, on the border with Syria

With the refugees in Gaziantep

Only 92 kilometres separate Gaziantep and Aleppo – two cities close to each other in terms of geography and history, now divided by war. A report from the south of Turkey, on the border with Syria

Turkey: censorship reaches Europe

A Kurdish television station based in Italy was blacked out at the request of the Turkish authorities. The reconstruction of the occurence

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