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All Posts Tagged With: "Gizem Yarbil"

The Turkish military under the ‘sledgehammer’

In the Newsroom

The Turkish military under the ‘sledgehammer’

Worldfocus producer Gizem Yarbil, who grew up in Turkey, shares her opinion about the recent detention of several high-profile Turkish military commanders. She argues it raises troubling questions about the role of the military in Turkey.

Posted: February 24, 2010 17:02   Comments: 10
Worldfocus Radio: Burmese Political Change

Worldfocus Radio

Worldfocus Radio: Burmese Political Change

Myanmar is on President Obama's list of countries deserving of direct diplomatic engagement. Many observers are hopeful that the Southeast Asian nation of 48 million people will respond to U.S. overtures and will hold a free and fair election in fall 2010. Joshua of Burma VJ and Suzanne DiMaggio join Martin Savidge to discuss political change in Burma.

Posted: February 17, 2010 12:19   Comments: 3
Turkish women fight against honor killings

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Turkish women fight against honor killings

Gizem Yarbil is an associate producer at Worldfocus who grew up in Turkey. She argues that Turkish immigrants may cling even more strongly to their customs-- including honor killings-- when faced with the difficulties of life in the West.

Posted: February 8, 2010 14:58   Comments: 12
Documentary tells story of Burma’s undercover journalists

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Documentary tells story of Burma’s undercover journalists

Worldfocus producer Gizem Yarbil writes about an Oscar-nominated documentary which follows the undercover reporters of Burma who put their lives at risk to defy government censorship.

Posted: February 4, 2010 13:39   Comments: 4
Controversy flares over use of the word ‘Allah’ in Malaysia

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Controversy flares over use of the word ‘Allah’ in Malaysia

Worldfocus producer Gizem Yarbil writes about the controversy in Malaysia over the word "Allah." Nine churches have been attacked or vandalized since last Friday, following a New Year’s Eve court ruling which overturned a government ban on the use “Allah” by non-Muslims.

Posted: January 12, 2010 16:34   Comments: 11
Kurdish activists and politicians detained in Turkey

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Kurdish activists and politicians detained in Turkey

Worldfocus producer Gizem Yarbil writes about the recent detention of Kurdish human rights activists and politicians in southeast Turkey. Yarbil argues that the arrests threaten a fragile reconciliation process.

Posted: January 7, 2010 15:31   Comments: 3
Top 15 Worldfocus Signature Stories of 2009

Worldfocus Best of 2009

Top 15 Worldfocus Signature Stories of 2009

Our signature stories delve into issues around the world -- from the long-term effects of Agent Orange in Vietnam and escalating gang violence in Mexico to discrimination against whites in South Africa and Afghan immigrants in Iran. See our best Signature videos of the year.

Posted: December 24, 2009 16:21   Comments: 3
Turkey’s Kurds seek justice for unsolved murders

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Turkey’s Kurds seek justice for unsolved murders

Correspondent Gizem Yarbil and producer Bryan Myers recently traveled to the Kurdish enclave of Diyarbakir in eastern Turkey for a closer look at the allegations that the Turkish government had engaged in a so-called "dirty war" against the Kurds.

Posted: December 16, 2009 14:15   Comments: 35
Ruling threatens reconciliation between Turks and Kurds

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Ruling threatens reconciliation between Turks and Kurds

Worldfocus producer Gizem Yarbil, who grew up in Turkey, writes about the experience of reporting from the Kurdish areas of that country. A recent court ruling has reignited clashes between the Kurdish minority and Turkish authorities, and the issue remains a polarizing one in Turkey.

Posted: December 16, 2009 13:23   Comments: 4
Gay refugees flee persecution but remain at risk

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Gay refugees flee persecution but remain at risk

Worldfocus producer Gizem Yarbil interviews Neil Grungras of ORAM, a not-for-profit organization providing legal assistance for refugees fleeing sexual or gender based violence. He describes the difficulties faced by gay, lesbian and transgender refugees who often flee persecution only to find continuing harassment while in transit.

Posted: November 23, 2009 15:41   Comments: 2
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