The old suspension bridge over the Bosporus is 1,560 meters (5,120 feet) long, six lanes wide and connects Europe with Asia. The structure had long been considered a symbol of a country heading into modernity, but on July 15 of last year, a blazing hot day, the bridge became the setting for a coup d'état. And transformed from a symbol of progress to one of reversal. It's around 9:45 p.m. on that fateful Friday evening when army trucks drive up and armed soldiers jump out onto the road.
Putschversuch in der Türkei: "Ergebt euch. Oder flieht!" Vor einem Jahr versuchten türkische Militärs vergeblich, Präsident Erdoğan zu stürzen. Der machte einen alten Feind für den Aufstand verantwortlich und nutzte die Gelegenheit, um Tausende Gegner hinter Gitter zu bringen. Doch was steckte wirklich hinter dem merkwürdigen Staatsstreich? 12. Juli 2017DIE ZEIT Nr. 29/2017 Auf dem Taksim-Platz in Istanbul feiern Anhänger Erdoğans in der Nacht zum 16.
Maybe it was the bombs that struck only a few yards from his home. Maybe it was the atrocities perpetrated by his fellow believers that he witnessed to day-in and day-out. Maybe it was even that Yazidi girl, hardly ten years old, who was suddenly standing in his living room. The men in the black robes had presented her to him like a piece of meat. He could keep the little girl as a sex slave. Raqqa, Syria, in September 2015.
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