December 27, 2013
Istanbul: The Middle East’s Unlikely Refuge for Media Moguls

Turkey, one of the most repressive countries in the world for journalists, is welcoming outcasts from Egypt and Syria. 
Read more. [Image: Sout Raya]

Istanbul: The Middle East’s Unlikely Refuge for Media Moguls

Turkey, one of the most repressive countries in the world for journalists, is welcoming outcasts from Egypt and Syria. 

Read more. [Image: Sout Raya]

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