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Turkey: Crackdown on press freedom and civil society in full force | Today on Twitter - Nov. 12

Inside the racist panic that fueled Donald Trump's victory - Everyone should read this guide about what to do if you see Islamophobia - Ghana Journalist Group Sues Electoral Commission Over Media Accreditation Fees - A series of strategic mistakes likely sealed Clinton's fate - #Turkey's post-coup purge continues to spread as 370 humanitarian orgs, ngos and non-profits forced close.

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– Inside the racist panic that fueled Donald Trump’s victory

– Everyone should read this guide about what to do if you see Islamophobia

– Ghana Journalist Group Sues Electoral Commission Over Media Accreditation Fees

– A series of strategic mistakes likely sealed Clinton’s fate

– #Turkey’s post-coup purge continues to spread as 370 humanitarian orgs, ngos and non-profits forced close.

– Trump’s Top Military Adviser Is Lobbying For Company W Ties To Turkish Gvt

– CNN should sever ties with CNNTurk, which does not follow basic journalistic principles of objectivity. The CNN brand is at stake.

– The press freedom crackdown after the #TurkeyCoupAttempt continues. Stay up to date with our Crackdown Chronicle:

– VIDEO: Turkish special operations forces raid law office, arrest attorneys

– Erdogan on introducing death sentence: That decision doesnt belong to west but us. We dont care what George & Hans say, but what Allah says.

– Turkey insists on exclusion of Kurdish forces from Raqqa battle http://almon.co/2rtt via @AlMonitor

– The Iraqi advance on Mosul is slowing. Commanders now doubt they can capture it this year. Great report by @Loveday

– Canada lifts the visa requirement for Mexican visitors, announces @JustinTrudeau. Kapow.

– Dear humanity I’m so disappointed in you.I can’t believe we’ve come full circle back to 1930s after so much has been done to improve rights

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