The Boundaries of Prohibitions and the Borderless Language   

The ban on the official use of the Kurdish language as well as on its use in areas of education, knowledge and intelligence has made us feel that ourselves, our existence and our being human are prohibited

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Ashraf Fayadh’s Death Sentence Repealed; New Ruling Sentences Poet to 8 Years, 800 Lashes

The appeal of Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh — who was facing the death penalty in Saudi Arabia — was heard today: The higher court reversed the previous death-sentence ruling and replaced it with eight years, eight hundred lashes, and public

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NEW NOVEL BY ORHAN PAMUK OUT IN TURKEY

Orhan Pamuk’s newest book hits bookstores on Tuesday. Turkish Nobel Prize-winner published his 10th novel. The new book is called “K?rm?z? Saçl? Kad?n” (The Red-Haired Woman) and so far it’s only out in Turkish. The book is published by Yapi

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H&M and Next admit Syrian kids found working in Turkish factories

It’s not the first time underage children are found working in factories in Turkey providing clothes to multinational brands

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