Posts Tagged ‘Turkey’

The Day After

 

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The morning after the coup of July 15th in Turkey: empty streets in the center of Istanbul, closed shops, military tanks replaced by antiterror vehicles of the police, lots of police.

Once upon a Time we were refugees

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  • Springtime is laughter time for children, but there was no laughter for three-year-old Betti Malek when the Germans crashed through Belgium and took Antwerp in 1940. She was one of numerous child refugees brought from Belgium to England, and one of the million of children who suffered during the five-and-a-half years of war, May 17, 1945. (AP Photo)

  • GERMANY - JUNE 06:  Post WWII German refugees & displaced persons crowding every square inch of a train leaving Berlin  (Photo by Margaret Bourke-White/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images)

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  • Post War refugees İn Germany Post War Refugee Camp in Germany
  • Betti Malek was one of numerous child refugees brought from Belgium to England, 1945. (AP Photo)
  • Post WWII German refugees crowding every square inch of a train leaving Berlin (Getty Images)
  • Syrian refugees in Gaziantep, 2016
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  • Angela Merkel is visiting a refugee Camp in Nizip/Gaziantep, 2016

Cyber-Attack on the Turkish Internet

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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).