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'Pushed aside': Turkey's Kurds losing hope

A peace initiative has produced little progress in the decades-long standoff between the Turkish state and the country's Kurdish minority.Full story

Headscarves slam brakes on women's careers

For young women in Turkey, a degree from a good university isn't enough. The traditional Muslim head covering that some choose to wear often stalls their careers. Full story

Trailing in polls, Turkey's opposition seeks new face

Turkey's main opposition party, trailing in opinion polls before a June vote, dropped old guard loyalists and introduced a record number of women as party candidates in a bid to regain ground lost to the ruling AKP. Full story

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