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Thursday, May 26, 2022

Interview: How Turkey’s Failure to Protect Women Can Cost Them Their Lives | Human Rights Watch

Interview: How Turkey’s Failure to Protect Women Can Cost Them Their Lives According to the most recent official data, around four out of ten women in Turkey have suffered physical and/or sexual violence during their lives. Hundreds are murdered by their partners every year, even though in some cases they had reported their abusers to authorities more than once. In some cases, their deaths could possibly have been prevented, had the authorities made sure that restraining orders were respected, breaches punished, and perpetrators prosecuted, according to a new Human Rights Watch report, “Combatting Domestic Violence in Turkey: The Deadly Impact of Failure to Protect.” More:Interview: How Turkey’s Failure to Protect Women Can Cost Them Their Lives | Human Rights Watch

Playing games in NATO: Turkey eyes its role in a new world order - Global Village Space

Playing games in NATO: Turkey eyes its role in a new world order Mr. Erdogan’s military plans complicate Swedish and Finnish accession to NATO. The two Nordic states slapped an arms embargo on Ankara after its initial incursion into Syria in 2019. The Turkish leader has demanded the lifting of the embargo as part of any deal on Swedish and Finnish NATO membership. More:Playing games in NATO: Turkey eyes its role in a new world order - Global Village Space

Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Turkey’s opposition claims millions funneled to US through foundations close to president  - Al-Monitor: The Pulse of the Middle East

Turkey’s opposition claims millions funneled to US through foundations close to president CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu claims President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plans to leave Turkey in event of election defeat. More:Turkey’s opposition claims millions funneled to US through foundations close to president  - Al-Monitor: The Pulse of the Middle East

bne IntelliNews - Lira drags Turkey further down road to hell

Lira drags Turkey further down road to hell By bne IntelIiNews May 24, 2022 The Turkish lira dragged Turkey further down the road to economic hell on May 24, breaching the 16/$ threshold as markets despaired at a populist government that won’t play ball with conventional economics. More:bne IntelliNews - Lira drags Turkey further down road to hell