In the weeks leading up to the election, young professionals lean on YouTube to gather varied and impartial news
Kurdish journalists arrested as Turkey flexes its muscles
Journalists in Turkey are once again being targeted in one of the country’s largest Kurdish-majority cities, explains a director from the Media and Law Studies Association
Project Exile: Turkish journalist still fearful in Germany
Turkish journalist Zübeyde Sari began her career in 2009. By 2018, following President Erdogan’s crack down on the media, she was forced to flee.
This Week at Index: Looking back at the day the Berlin Wall fell
Thirty years ago this month, the world changed: a border that divided a city for 28 years was brought down.