#Turkey

  • Article: Violence & Hunger Could Erupt If These 14 World Food Trade Routes Are Affected by Climate Change
    Food & Hunger

    Violence & Hunger Could Erupt If These 14 World Food Trade Routes Are Affected by Climate Change

    By Madison Feser|July 11, 2017

    Minor disruptions are common, but most“chokepoints” have seen a major closure in the past 15 years. Read more

  • Article: Turkey’s New High School Curriculum Will Officially Drop Evolution
    Education

    Turkey’s New High School Curriculum Will Officially Drop Evolution

    By Gabriella Canal|June 23, 2017

    Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution is too “controversial,” an official announced this week. Read more

  • Article: This Refugee Is Using Free Online Education to Help Rebuild His Life — And Hopefully Syria, Too
    Education

    This Refugee Is Using Free Online Education to Help Rebuild His Life — And Hopefully Syria, Too

    By Meghan Werft|June 21, 2017

    He thought he wanted to be a dentist. Read more

  • Article: Refugee Population Hits Record High in 2016: UN Report
    Citizenship

    Refugee Population Hits Record High in 2016: UN Report

    By Joe McCarthy|June 19, 2017

    20 people are displaced every minute. Read more

  • Article: Bodyguards of Turkish President Beat Up Protesters in DC
    Citizenship

    Bodyguards of Turkish President Beat Up Protesters in DC

    By Joe McCarthy|May 17, 2017

    There's footage. Read more

  • Article: These Are the Worst Countries to Be a Journalist Today
    Citizenship

    These Are the Worst Countries to Be a Journalist Today

    By Joe McCarthy|May 3, 2017

    “The rate at which democracies are approaching the tipping point is alarming.” Read more

  • Article: Study: Muslims More Likely to Help Refugees Than Other Religions
    Citizenship

    Study: Muslims More Likely to Help Refugees Than Other Religions

    By Phineas Rueckert|March 28, 2017

    They’re putting their faith in others. Read more

  • Article: Why the World’s Poorest Countries Are Taking in the Most Refugees
    Citizenship

    Why the World’s Poorest Countries Are Taking in the Most Refugees

    By Phineas Rueckert|March 1, 2017

    Turkey took in fewer than 20 Syrian refugees in 2011. Now, it’s host to 2.7 million. Read more