Three suicide bombers have targeted Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey’s main international airport late Tuesday evening. The explosions have killed at least 36 people and injured at least 60 according to initial assessments. Istanbul’s governor, Vasip Sahin initially stated that at least three people were involved in the terror attack […]
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The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) published documents on the 14th of June in response to a request under the Freedom of Information Act, exposing the specifics of the program undertaken in the Bush administration that involved the torture of detainees. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) had filed a Freedom of […]
On the 6th of June, a bomb exploded in Istanbul, Turkey and claimed the lives of at least 11 people, seven of whom were members of the police force. The explosion occurred in the Beyazit district after the bomb was placed in a car that was targeting a passing […]
The United Nations has expressed its concern over several refugee sites in northern Greece as having “sub-standard conditions”, and has called on Greece to increase the standard of living for refugees at these sites. The UN voiced its concern on the 27th May after police began to move approximately 8000 […]