"The silence [...] is quite frankly shocking."
Country Director, IRC, Yemen
"Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! (Except you Harvey..."
"We couldn't move, women were tortured and raped, children were killed. I saw this with my own eyes. We didn't have any freedom, this is why I came here to Bangladesh. I came to Bangladesh to find peace."
"I can boldly say that here and now the radical right is back!"
Force and Determination movement
"Even a small debris is of importance"
Head of ESA's Clean Space Office
"While Merkel herself may not be missed much, a power vacuum in Berlin is a blow for hopes to revive the EU"
Former economic adviser to the European Commission president
"The legacy of Rosetta is 'see what you can do when you can work together'"
ESA Rosetta Project Scientist
"If we do not set a successful narrative ourselves, Russia’s 'malign influence' will do that for the EU."
Radu Magdin, Adelina Jelescu
Strategy consultants and regional analysts
No campaigners keep up pressure on Turkish government after referendum vote and political scientist warns AK should beware falling support in cities.
International election observers criticise the handling of Turkey's constitutional referendum.
The outcome of the constitutional referendum appears to have been much more clear-cut among Turks living abroad than for those living in Turkey.
When I left my native France at the age of 18, I was full of dreams and hope for the future.
Turkey's biggest cities have rejected the presidential referendum, and people in Izmir, Ankara and Istanbul appear dubious about the result or what it means for Turkey.
Jubilant Erdogan supporters took to the streets of Istanbul waving flags of victory.
The main Turkish CHP opposition claims the referendum result is fraudulent, and that the vote should be abandoned.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared victory in a referendum granting him sweeping powers and which could keep him in office until 2029.
State run news agency reports a narrow victory for Yes, while opposition parties call for a recount.
More than three quarters of the ballots have been counted and partial results put the Yes camp in front.
Local media reported the violence was sparked between two groups due to differing political views.
Turkey has been going to the polls in the long-awaited referendum that would give Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers.
Turkey’s president Tayyip Erdogan has ramped up his anti-EU rhetoric on the eve of a referendum which would hand him sweeping powers.
Turkey's president slams the OSCE election monitor over reports of campaign inconsistencies ahead of the constitutional vote.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the daily news stories from Europe’s de-facto political capital.
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Turkish voters go to the polls this Sunday.
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