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July 22, 2016

Photo Gallery: Twilight for Turkish Democracy?

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is taking advantage of last week's failed coup to consolidate his power. As the country slides into a dictatorship, there is a lot at stake for the West. But the effects in Turkey itself promise to be far greater. more...

July 21, 2016

Photo Gallery: The Deadly Mosquito Invasion

The Aedes aegypti mosquito, which carries Zika, dengue fever and other illnesses, appears unstoppable. It is posing a unique threat to this year's Olympic Games in Rio and is rapidly spreading around the world. Europe, too, is at risk. more...

July 20, 2016

Photo Gallery: Mourad and the Monster

The older brother detonated a bomb at the Brussels airport. The younger one is representing his country at the Olympic Games in Rio. The story of two Belgian siblings who long ago parted ways. more...

July 18, 2016

Photo Gallery: Gülen's Modest Life

In a meeting at his compound in Pennsylvania, Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen defends himself against claims made by Turkey's president that he was behind the weekend's attempted coup. He alleges that power has poisoned Erdogan. more...

Photo Gallery: Bureaucrats for Terror

It isn't always easy for European authorities to prove that returning jihadists fought for Islamic State. But a new data leak from the terror organization could help. SPIEGEL has seen the books kept by IS bureaucrats. more...

July 14, 2016

Photo Gallery: The Child Laborers from Syria

Ahmed and Alin were 10 and 11 years old when their parents died in Aleppo. They fled to Turkey and now work there as child laborers -- collecting scrap and working in a sweat shop. They dream of escape, but don't know how. more...

July 08, 2016

Photo Gallery: Anger and Void in Britain

Two weeks after the EU referendum, Britain's political elite is crumbling and the country still has no plan for Brexit. The next government -- and also the Europeans -- will have to pick up the pieces. more...

July 06, 2016

Photo Gallery: Angry Voters Take Aim at the West

Whether they are fans of Donald Trump, supporters of Brexit or Marine Le Pen voters in France, those in the vaguely defined new movement of "angry voters" have one thing in common: They are globalization's losers. more...

July 04, 2016

Photo Gallery: Yugoslavia's Descent into Barbarism

In the 1990s, a horrific war broke out in the Balkans. Neighbors killed neighbors and families were broken apart. Ultimately, more than 100,000 people lost their lives. How did it start? more...

Photo Gallery: An Unwanted War in Yugoslavia

Twenty-five years ago, a concert held in Sarajevo was the apex of the peace movement in former Yugoslavia. Not long later, the country plunged into war. How did it start? more...

Photo Gallery: Crimea in Russian Hands

It's been two years since Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine. Since then, President Vladimir Putin has been cheered for liberating the peninsula and scorned for usurping it -- depending on whom you ask. But what do the Crimeans think? more...