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In Turkey, One Emergency Rule Ends, Another Begins

Last week, Turkey’s emergency rule came to an end. Normally, it should have been met with great joy and celebration after two years of crackdown, arrests and a debilitating purge in civil service and security bureaucracy, all of which grounded on emergency laws.

Missing Turkish Mother, Kid Found Dead in Evros River

After 36 hours of search efforts by Greek and Turkish officials, the dead body of a mother and her one-year-old baby were recovered on the Turkish side of Evros River at Turkey-Greece border, adding two more deaths to a slow but rising number of slain Turkish asylum seekers attempting to reach Greece.