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Caftans and Quivers: An Archery Competition 500 Years in the Making

Caftans and Quivers: An Archery Competition 500 Years in the Making

Ludvig Grausz: “I do this because I am Hungarian. Hungarian people walked the world. We are tribal people.”
Despite Turkish Strife, Fashion Brands Stay True to Istanbul

Despite Turkish Strife, Fashion Brands Stay True to Istanbul

The sisters Beste, left, and Merve Manastir of Manu Atelier.
Despite Turkish Strife, Fashion Brands Stay True to Istanbul

Despite Turkish Strife, Fashion Brands Stay True to Istanbul

The sisters Beste, left, and Merve Manastir of Manu Atelier.
Syrian Activist and Her Daughter Are Fatally Stabbed in Turkey

Syrian Activist and Her Daughter Are Fatally Stabbed in Turkey

Halla Barakat and her mother, Orouba, were found stabbed to death, relatives and a Turkish news agency said.
Op-Ed Contributor: Who Is a Turk? It’s Complicated

Op-Ed Contributor: Who Is a Turk? It’s Complicated

People wearing masks of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern secular Turkey. A new online database of genealogy records in the country is testing a long-held idea of racially pure Turkishness.
Editorial: Trump’s Approach to Syria Is No Way to Run a War

Editorial: Trump’s Approach to Syria Is No Way to Run a War

American Special Forces soldiers scan the area at a frontline outpost near Manbij, in northern Syria, in February.
Trilobites: Gassy Earthquakes Near Istanbul May Pose New Risks to Region

Trilobites: Gassy Earthquakes Near Istanbul May Pose New Risks to Region

The cracked interior of the Little Hagia Sophia Mosque, in Istanbul in 2015. The city of 15 million lies on one of Earth’s most active fault lines, though some recent quakes have been attributed to
Trilobites: Gassy Earthquakes Near Istanbul May Pose New Risks to Region

Trilobites: Gassy Earthquakes Near Istanbul May Pose New Risks to Region

The cracked interior of the Little Hagia Sophia Mosque, in Istanbul in 2015. The city of 15 million lies on one of Earth’s most active fault lines, though some recent quakes have been attributed to
Erdogan’s Victory in Turkey Election Expands His Powers

Erdogan’s Victory in Turkey Election Expands His Powers

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey at a polling station in Istanbul on Sunday.
Erdogan’s Victory in Turkey Election Expands His Powers

Erdogan’s Victory in Turkey Election Expands His Powers

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey at a polling station in Istanbul on Sunday.
The Erdogan Supremacy

The Erdogan Supremacy

A billboard in Istanbul for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He plans to reshape the Turkish state after winning increased powers in elections on Sunday.
Turkey’s Economy Is So Hot That It May Face a Meltdown

Turkey’s Economy Is So Hot That It May Face a Meltdown

Turkey’s economy shows worrying signs: Merchants in Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar complain they must pay their rent in dollars and euros while selling their wares in the lira, which is dwindling in value.
Turkey’s Economy Is So Hot That It May Face a Meltdown

Turkey’s Economy Is So Hot That It May Face a Meltdown

Turkey’s economy shows worrying signs: Merchants in Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar complain they must pay their rent in dollars and euros while selling their wares in the lira, which is dwindling in value.
Turkey’s Economy Is So Hot That It May Face a Meltdown

Turkey’s Economy Is So Hot That It May Face a Meltdown

Turkey’s economy shows worrying signs: Merchants in Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar complain they must pay their rent in dollars and euros while selling their wares in the lira, which is dwindling in value.

Swedish Activist Tries to Stop Deportation of Afghan Man

Elin Ersson, a student, live-streamed the standoff on a Turkish Airlines flight, in which she refused to take her seat until a man who was being deported to Afghanistan was removed from the plane.
Life in Turkey Now: Tough Talk, but Fears of Drug Shortages

Life in Turkey Now: Tough Talk, but Fears of Drug Shortages

A new mosque under construction in Taksim Square.
Life in Turkey Now: Tough Talk, but Fears of Drug Shortages

Life in Turkey Now: Tough Talk, but Fears of Drug Shortages

A new mosque under construction in Taksim Square.