A Turkish hacker is giving out prizes for DDoS attacks – PCWorld

December 8, 2016
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PCWorld A Turkish hacker is giving out prizes for DDoS attacksPCWorldThe DDoS platform has been promoted on Turkish hacking forums, and the attack tool involved is designed to only harass 24 political sites related to the Kurds, the German Christian Democratic Party — which is led by Angela Merkel — and the Armenian┬á…Turkish Hackers Are…

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Turkey mobilizes against ‘economic coup’ – Al-Monitor

December 7, 2016
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Al-Monitor Turkey mobilizes against ‘economic coup’Al-MonitorThe bloody coup attempt on July 15 was a real attack on Turkish democracy, which the nation heroically averted. Yet the attempt still had detrimental effects on Turkey, such as initiating an excessive post-coup crackdown. Moreover, it intensified the …Turkey…

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‘He always said he was going to kill her’: Turkish laws protecting women are often ignored – CBC.ca

December 7, 2016
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CBC.ca ‘He always said he was going to kill her’: Turkish laws protecting women are often ignoredCBC.caShe has words for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the leader she says she can no longer support, who last year said women who don’t have children are “lacking”…

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Turkey: Curfews and crackdown force hundreds of thousands of Kurds from their homes – Amnesty International

December 6, 2016
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Amnesty International Turkey: Curfews and crackdown force hundreds of thousands of Kurds from their homesAmnesty InternationalTens of thousands of residents of the UNESCO world heritage site of Sur are among…

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Selver’s Kitchen brings Turkish cuisine to Peekskill – The Journal News / Lohud.com

December 6, 2016
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The Journal News / Lohud.com Selver’s Kitchen brings Turkish cuisine to PeekskillThe Journal News / Lohud.comPEEKSKILL – The recently-opened Selver’s Kitchen is bringing Turkish flavors to this city. Take a…

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Turkey’s Crackdown Curiously Spares the Literary World – New York Times

December 5, 2016
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New York Times Turkey’s Crackdown Curiously Spares the Literary WorldNew York TimesSigns showing the imprisoned Turkish novelist Asli Erdogan at a protest against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey in…

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