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Landmarks across the globe turn red for Istanbul

Landmarks across the globe turn red for Istanbul Across the world, from Australia to Amsterdam, landmarks were bathed in Turkey's national colors of red and white on Wednesday as cities stood in solidarity with Istanbul.Attackers with suicide bombs killed 41 people and injured hundreds more on Tuesday at the city's Ataturk Airport.

Newlywed journalist tweets face-to-face encounter with Istanbul attacker

Newlywed journalist tweets face-to-face encounter with Istanbul attacker A newlywed Iraqi journalist has shared his horrific experience of being caught in the attack at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport in a series of tweets.Steven Nabil, who is based in New York, had left his wife in a cafe while he went to get food on a different floor.

How Could This Happen

How Could This Happen For once, I'm glad that the Pats won 23 hrs agoNot all heroes wear capes 14 hrs agoAnon sums up Super Bowl 51 10 hrs agoA Tale of Two Rulers Part 80 15 hrs agoHow ancient ruins look when they are new 16 hrs agoSnowflakes ETERNALLY BTFO 02/06/2017when you turn off the lights 19 hrs agoA Tale of Two rulers Part 81 10 hrs ago

Erdogoat at it again

Erdogoat at it again President Erdogan of Turkey is holding a referendum that could increase his political power.So to ensure a yes Erdogan wants to campaign for a yes in various European countries, where many Turkish people live.

Why you saw swastikas appearing on Twitter accounts everywhere

Why you saw swastikas appearing on Twitter accounts everywhere Thousands of Twitter accounts — including major verified ones like Duke University, Reuters Japan, BBC America, Forbes Magazine and Amnesty International — have been compromised with a swastika and a message in Turkish supporting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.The compromised accounts were under attack likely through their use of Twitter Counter, a third-party service that allows people and companies to track their popularity on the social network.

Flight electronics ban will separate passengers from their private data

Flight electronics ban will separate passengers from their private data If yours was left behind in a checked bag at some airport terminal, you'd be rendered somewhat useless until you got it back.That's not to say it'd be the easiest job in the world.