Concern rises as new Turkish media law squeezes dissent

Concern rises as new Turkish media law squeezes dissent

By Fulya OZERKAN A new law gives Turkey fresh ammunition to censor the media and silence dissent ahead of elections in which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan plans to prolong his two decades in office, journalists and activists say. Since 2014, when Erdogan became...
How Bellingcat became Russia’s ‘biggest nightmare’

How Bellingcat became Russia’s ‘biggest nightmare’

By Aurélie CARABIN Digital investigators from the Bellingcat group have spent eight years exposing the lies of the powerful and gathering evidence of their crimes – work that has a grave human cost, the organisation’s chief told AFP in an interview. Bulgarian...