Turkish public are unaware of the hardships journalists face

When you are in it, you might sort of get used to it. That’s why sometimes it becomes important when someone holds up a mirror.

I had this sentiment when I came across the findings of the “media barometer,” a study conducted with the support of a German think tank, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

Turkish police to buy 50 new vehicles with water cannons

Katmerciler Ekipman announced that it has won another bid to supply Turkey’s police force with 50 riot control vehicles equipped with water cannons, known as TOMAs, in a written statement issued to the Public Disclosure Platform on Nov. 24.

The police will pay 11.7 million euros to the company for the TOMAs, said the statement.

Bombs hit near shuttered Egypt, UAE embassies in Libya

Twin car bombs struck near the shuttered Egyptian and United Arab Emirates embassy buildings in the militia-controlled Libyan capital on Nov. 13, an AFP correspondent and a UAE official said.
Two guards posted outside the empty Egyptian embassy compound were wounded in the first blast, Libya's LANA news agency reported.