Tomorrow, nearly 200 high-ranking members of the Turkish military will appear in court. The case is widely seen as a battle for power between the Islamic party's new ruling elite ï¿½ and the old secular order in the military. Julia Rooke reports.
A year ago Syrian school children sparked a revolution by writing anti-regime graffiti on their school walls. Reporter Marine Olivesi went to one school along the Turkish-Syrian border to find out how the students there are coping in exile.
Istanbul's Gezi Park protests have produced a new word, funny chants and songs with daringly rewritten lyrics. Even though they are being pushed out of public places, the protesters want to maintain the spirit of inventiveness and irony.