When Istanbul is threatened by an ancient vampire, three veterans of the Turkish War of Independence are horrified to find themselves face-to-face with their nation’s hereditary enemy. Ali Rıza Seyfioğlu boldly reworks Stoker’s classic story, retelling it from the unique perspective of a people once routed by the real-life Dracula. And accompanying its first English publication is a host of exclusive material.
This map shows the estimated net immigration (inflows minus outflows) by origin and destination country on the example of Syria between 2010 and 2015.
Hover over a circle to see that country’s total net migration on the map below between 2010 and 2015. Click a circle (or tap the circle twice on mobile) to view only the migration flows in and out of that country.
The Anonymous hacktivist group has taken responsibility for a powerful cyber-attack on the Turkish sector of the internet this week. It promised to continue waging cyber warfare on .tr domains until Ankara stops the “insanity” of supporting Daesh (Islamic State).
One of Turkey’s exceptional news days kicked off mid-morning Tuesday March 31 when a national blackout gripped the country, caused chaos and shut down public transport across Turkey, with the government refusing to rule out that the electricity system had been the victim of an attack. The nationwide power cut, the worst since the earthquake 1999, began about 10.36am in Istanbul and it was grounding flights, shutting down transport links and stranding late-arriving commuters. Rescue teams rushed to subway stations to evacuate stranded travellers.