Gaziantep in southern Turkey is known as one of the "Anatolian Tigers" for its dramatic economic growth, driven by industry and border trade. But the boomtown has been hit hard by the crisis next door. From Gaziantep, Matthew Brunwasser reports.
For the Geo Quiz we are looking for a province in southern Turkey about the size of Delaware. It is an ethically diverse province and even includes a village with a 100 percent ethnic Armenian population. Can you name it?
Syrian Military defectors in Turkey talk about the role of the military in the uprising. Divisions within the military are deepening over violence against civilians. Orders to shoot protesters are enforced with executions.
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