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Hurriyet ("Liberty") is a leading Turkish newspaper founded by Sedat Simavi in May 1948. Based in Istanbul, the newspaper is printed in six cities in Turkey but also in Frankfurt, Germany. Owned by Aydin Dogan, some 600,000 copies of Hurriyet are distributed everyday.

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On Erdogan's Ambitions: A Short History Of Nuclear Weapons In Turkey

ISTANBUL — One of the more prestigious duties for the pilots of the Turkish Air Forces during the Cold War years was the "nuclear watch." The four main air bases in Turkey had been housing ...

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Turkey Referendum, Erdogan Victory Leaves Questions Open

ISTANBUL — The narrow win of the "yes" camp in Sunday's crucial constitutional amendment to change Turkey to a presidential system is a major victory for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his ...

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A Sacred Right To Celebrate? 7 Questions After Istanbul New Year's Attack

ISTANBUL — The New Year's Eve terrorist attack at a popular nightclub in an upscale neighborhood of Istanbul has left 39 dead and dozens wounded. As Turkish authorities continue their search ...

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The ISIS Rockets "Made In Turkey"

In Iraq, near Mosul, ISIS was running a sophisticated operation to make guns and explosives. A ne...

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The Many Double Meanings Of The Turkey-Syria Border

[Note: This article was originally published on July 13, before the failed coup attempt] -Analysis- ISTANBUL — This newspaper (Turkish ...

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What To Say To A Child When Terror Attacks Become Routine

A developmental psychologist in Turkey offers some answers.

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Turkey's Failed Coup And The Rise Of A "Lynching Culture"

Recounting and reflections of the failed Friday night coup, and the mob mentality left in its wake.

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Turkey, A Failed Coup And Faith In Democracy

-OpEd- ISTANBUL — Years ago I told myself: "If there is another coup in this country, I will quit this profession…" Last night reminded me of that ...