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Istanbul Nightclub Attacker Who Killed 39 On New Year’s Day Has Been Captured

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jan 16, 2017 4:48 PM The Raina nightclub attacker, Abdulgadir Masharipov, who killed 39 people in a nightclub attack in Istanbul on New Year’s Eve, was captured by Turkish security forces late Monday according to Turkey’s Hurryiet and Daily Sabah. The Uzbek attacker was caught in his friend’s house in the Esenyurt […]

ERDOGAN CLAIMS TO HAVE EVIDENCE, PHOTOS, VIDEO OF U.S. COALITION SUPPORT FOR ISIS

thedailysheeple.com / by Brandon Turbeville via ACTIVIST POST / JANUARY 3, 2017 Editor’s Note: Interestingly after Erdogan first came out and officially made this claim, there was an ISIS terrorist attack a few days later in Istanbul… Shortly after Christmas, and lost in the holiday shuffle, Turkish President and terrorist supporter Recep Tayyip Erdogan, made a statement accusing […]

Currency Shows Turkey’s Death Spiral into Dictatorship

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Jan 3, 2017 Turkey has really turned into a dictatorship and the claimed “elected” head of state acts like anyone other than a democratically elected representative. He has acted more like Stalin, and has been gathering anyone who disagrees and demanding other government return people who have fled from him so […]

At Least 35 People Killed After Shooters Dressed As Santas Open Fire In Istanbul Nightclub – Live Feed

Live Feed from Istanbul courtesy of RT: * * * Turkey greeted the New Year with another tragedy after at least 35 people were killed and 40 wounded around 1:15 am local time, when gunmen dressed as Santas opened fire on New Year’s revelers at a nightclub in Istanbul on Sunday morning, Istanbul Governor Vasip […]

Spotlight with Sibel & Spiro- Synthetic Terrorism: The Uncanny Parallels from 9/11 to Istanbul Airport Attack

boilingfrogspost.com / SIBEL EDMONDS / JULY 8, 2016 Istanbul Airport Attack Updates, Akhmed Chatayev, Parallels, Perception Management, Perpetual Wars & Police State Expansion Sibel & Spiro discuss the recent developments in the Istanbul Airport Attack case. From Istanbul to Manhattan and everything in-between, Newsbud points to a reoccurring theme in the recent high profile terror […]

UPDATES: Post-Coup in Turkey – Erdogan’s Revenge

Obama convenes national security team amid Turkey unrest https://t.co/sUXwjJutJE pic.twitter.com/yWHez59x3j — Hürriyet Daily News (@HDNER) July 16, 2016 21stcenturywire.com /  BY VANESSA BEELEY / JULY 16, 2016 WARNING: THIS POST CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES 21st Century Wire says… The coup in Turkey is over, as quickly as it flared up and as drammatically as it exploded onto our […]

Roadside Bomb Explosion At Istanbul Train Station Kills 1, Injures 6 – Live Feed

Turkish broadcaster NTV says explosion on an overpass near metro station in #Bayrampasa district in #Istanbul may have been caused by a bomb — Sky News Newsdesk (@SkyNewsBreak) December 1, 2015 zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 12/01/2015 11:00 Update 2: MAYOR OF ISTANBUL’S BAYRAMPASA DISTRICT SAYS EXPLOSION NEAR  METRO STATION CAUSED BY BOMB, FIVE INJURED: […]

Marxist Group Takes Turkish Prosecutor Hostage, Posts Pictures

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 03/31/2015 09:55 It’s been a tumultuous day in Turkey. In the midst of a near-nationwide blackout that grounded planes and froze rail traffic and which officials say could be terror-linked, armed gunman have taken a prosecutor hostage in an Istanbul court house. The prosecutor, Mehmet Selim Kiraz, is in […]

THE TRUTH ABOUT MAY DAY

dollarvigilante.com / Jeff Berwick / May 1st, 2014 As I write this police are using tear gas on protestors in Istanbul. It appears as if it is going to be another rowdy May 1. Today is International Worker’s Day, which is a celebration of labor and the working classes. May 1 is a national public holiday in […]

In Istanbul:The Rise & Fall of Society

lfb.org / By Chris Mayer / March 4, 2013 It’s Istanbul, not Constantinople, as the song goes. In this history is an omen for any powerful state (read: the U.S.). A somewhat obscure essayist knew all about it back in 1959. His little book deserves wider circulation. Below, we’ll take a look. Constantinople was once the seat of […]