In photos: Dutch flag ripped down from consulate in Istanbul

A protester shouting slogans has climbed on the roof of the Dutch consulate building in central Istanbul where he replaced the Dutch flag with...

Photo story: International Women’s Day Istanbul

Tens of thousands of women walked through Istanbul’s famous Istiklal Street to mark International Women’s Day. Several non-governmental organisations and women’s movements came together...

Photo story: “Les migrations que vivent”

By Haydar Tastan*A migrant bar in the northern district of Paris, far from the romantic movies, high art and sterilised life styles, just before arriving...

Photo story: Football not just a man’s game

By Ates Alpar*Taksim, Istanbul.19 February International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia in Football, 2016.Last year, a group of LGBTI+ activists came together in order...

Photo story: Distant II

By Haydar Tastan*Dersim. Officially, Tunceli. A city that has never compromised with the state and the establishment since the early stages of the Republic....

Photo story: Children of war

By Duygu Yildiz*In, Nusaybin, the southeastern province of Mardin, Turkey, a military curfew was declared on Tuesday. The residents of the town have been...

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By Haydar Tastan*Dersim. Officially, Tunceli. It is a city that has never compromised with the state and the predominating establishment, since the early Republican...

Photo story: Living through the curfew

By Duygu Yildiz*Clashes between Kurdish militia and Turkish security forces forced hundreds of thousands of people to move from their homes in Southeast Turkey in...

Hengameh Golestan: photographing women in Tehran, 1979

By Duygu Yildiz*8 March 1979, Tehran. Over a hundred thousand Iranian women were on the streets to protest Khomeini's hijab law. This was the beginning of six...

Photo story: Ninestones, an ancient game

By Firat Aygun*Ninestones is an ancient mind game of the Middle East. Archaeological findings show that the game appeared for the first time in history in Ancient...

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