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This popular urban patch has been a symbol of the secular republic for nearly 100 years, but six years after deadly protests there, contentious changes have begun to alter its character in major ways.
The Turkish president used blurred images of the assault to criticize an opposition leader, comparing him to a notorious Australian politician.
Turkish government figures show two consecutive quarters of declining growth amid falling investor confidence, shrinking investment and rising prices.
The president is trying to keep prices down in an effort to maintain support before municipal elections vital to his party?s hold on power.
The nation?s economic slowdown has undercut plans for a subdivision of 700 minicastles, complete with turrets and indoor pools, near the Black Sea.
Sevan Bicakci spent more than nine years creating the 85 pieces in his first watch collection.
While the sweeping verdicts are welcomed by the government and its supporters, critics say they are deeply flawed and represent collective punishment.
From Tokyo to Zurich, readers told us how New York?s subway compares with the public transportation in their cities (spoiler alert: not well).
The rare rebuke of the Chinese crackdown by a majority-Muslim country came after reports that a prominent Uighur folk poet had died in detention.
Turkish news reports raised the possibility that columns had been removed from the building, weakening it ? once a common practice.