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Cartoon: “Free” Press

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New revelations show that the firm was hired by the ruling Jubilee Party to gather voter information in order to influence the August 2017 presidential election.

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Keep the Power in a Cage, Not the Writers

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I Will Raise My Hand and Be Heard: An Interview with Porochista Khakpour
by  / June 30, 2017
Porochista Khakpour talks with Sampsonia Way Magazine about crafting her characters, her own identity, and her thoughts on the use of fabulism and absurdity as a means of political resistance. Read more...
Terror and Silence
by  / April 9, 2018
Three journalists and academics who spoke against the Erdoğan regime have been sentenced to life in prison Read more...

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