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The Turkish premier's phone calls keep appearing on the Internet. Now Erdogan has announced that he intends to block the Internet platforms YouTube and Facebook. A restriction of free speech - but an ineffective one.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned drastic steps could be taken to censor social media websites like Facebook and YouTube. However the country's president has said such a ban is "out of the question."
Iran's Internet regulations are to be "adjusted and updated" to reflect modern times, according to the country's culture minister. He said Iran will not be able to maintain its ban on outlets like Facebook forever.
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Tsunami, Fukushima, nuclear catastrophe are three words that lead our thoughts to the same events of 2011. German photographer Hans-Christian Schink has made a study of the devastating aftermath. His pictures show houses piled on top each other, boats stranded on dry land, and the skeletal remains of industrial complexes.
JR is the pseudonym of one of the world’s most influential street artists. From the slums of Nairobi to the favelas of Rio, he brings art to people who would otherwise have little access to it. Many of his works are large-scale photographs of local residents that he uses to decorate roofs, stairs, and walls of buildings. Now he’s come to Baden Baden for a solo exhibition.
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