Turkish author Orhan Pamuk in his central Istanbul home overlooking the Bosphorus.

Orhan Pamuk, Turkish author, shot for The Sunday Times

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Vahide Şefkatlıoğlu, 40, in her hospital room in Istanbul, Turkey. Vahide lost one of her legs and severly injured another when a tank ran her over on the 15th of July 2016 during an attempted coup d'etat in Turkey.

Shot for Dagens Nyheter

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Shot for Die Presse

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Andreas Vetr has lived in Turkey for 23 years, and works for an HR consulting company based in Istanbul. Photographed at the Hilton Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey.

Shot for Die Presse

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Europe, Turkey, Istanbul. Kadri Gürsel, Turkish journalist for the Cumhirriyet newspaper in Istanbul, Turkey on 23rd April 2018. Kadri was sentenced to 2 years and 6 months in prison on 25th April 2018, in connection to his journalism.

Kadri Gürsel, Turkish journalist for Cumhurriyet newspaper, shot for Helsingin Sanomat. April 2018

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Petra Holzer Özgüven, Austrian documentary film maker who has lived in Istanbul for more than twenty years.

Shot for Die Presse

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Europe, Turkey, Istanbul. Kadri Gürsel, Turkish journalist for the Cumhirriyet newspaper in Istanbul, Turkey on 23rd April 2018. Kadri was sentenced to 2 years and 6 months in prison on 25th April 2018, in connection to his journalism.

Kadri Gürsel, Turkish journalist for the Cumhurriyet newspaper in Istanbul, Turkey on 23rd April 2018. 

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Shot for Financial Times

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Turkish journalist Canan Coskun at the offices of Cumhuriyet newspaper where she works. Several of her former colleagues are now in prison or self imposed exile abroad. Bradley Secker for POLITICO

Shot for POLITICO Europe

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Nilhan Osmanoglu outside her shop and cafe, Nilhan Sultan Kosku, on the Asian side of Istanbul, Turkey.

Nilhan Osmanoglu outside her shop and cafe, Nilhan Sultan Kosku, on the Asian side of Istanbul, Turkey. Shot for Dagens Nyheter

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Iyi party leader Meral Aksenar in her office at the iyi party headquarters in Anraka, Turkey. February 1st 2018

Meral Akşener, iyi Party leader, for Dagens Nyheter

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Mahmoud Bitar, a Syrian refugee stands in the 'Bridges; centre in Athens, Greece.

Shot for KNACK Magazine, Belgium

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Hüseyn Yıldız, the Imam at the Çamçukur mosque. Originally from Bursa he was been stationed in the village for several years.

Shot for Dagens Nyheter

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TNT - Palestinian rapper, Lebanon.

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Ms Demiral working at the small textile factory in her village of Çamçukur. Women from the village and nearby work in the small scale factory.

Shot for Dagens Nyheter

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Maria Galinou, an officer in the Salvation Army in Athens, Greece. Maria works on the streets of the city helping migrants, sex workers and unaccompanied children that are seeking asylum in Greece.

Shot for KNACK Magazine, Belgium

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Samer al Kadri, the owner of Pages bookshop, a rare establishment where customers can find a range of Arabic, Turkish, French and English language books.

Samer Al Kadri, Shot for Huffington Post

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Abdel Basset Sarout. Shot for Society Magazine (France)

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Şaban Bat, a former mayor of Çamçukur village for 31 years. His late brother, buried in the tomb behind, quitted Turkish president Erdoğan when he was on trial many years ago.

Shot for Dagens Nyheter

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Shot for Fatma Aydemir

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Muhammed, a member of Syria's Civil Defence, also known as the 'White Helmets'

Shot for The White Helmets

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Amar, a 20 year old member of Syrian Civil Defence, also known as the 'White Helmets' during a training session in southern Turkey.

Shot for The White Helmets

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Gardenia, a member of the Syrian Civil Defence, also known as the 'White Helmets' at a training session in southern Turkey.

Shot for The White Helmets

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16 year old Abdulkader al-Ali is a fighter with the group Ahrar al-Sham, who are fighting the Syrian Regime in northern areas of the country. He prays at a friends home in Sanliurfa, Turkey, during a break from fighting in Syria.

Shot for Helsingin Sanomat

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Asli Erdogan, shot for Le Figaro

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Ermen Demircian, who's real name is Abdulrahman Zoraslan works as a caretaker at the Surp Giragos Armenian church in Diyarbakir, South Eastern Turkey. Raised as a Sunni Muslim, Demircian only discovered his Armenian roots after the death of his father.

Shot for PRI's The World

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Ziad Homsi, a Syrian citizen photojournalist working to cover the conflict in Damascus province, and northern Syria.

Ziad al Homsi, shot for The New Republic

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Syrian photographer Ziad Homsi working on his images from his temporary home in Reyhanli, on Turkey's border with north-western Syria.
Ziad al Homsi, shot for The New Republic
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Shot for TAZ

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Anastasia Christodoulopoulou, Greece's minister of immigration and member of the ruling Syriza party at her office in central Athens, Greece.

Shot for KNACK Magazine, Belgium

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Dimiter Djison stands wrapped in his national Bulgarian flag, near the Bulgarian border with Turkey, the EU's external border

Shot for Knack Magazine

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Işınsu, who co-runs Palamutis cafe, in central Istanbul. The cafe is the newest LGBT friendly location in the city.

Shot for TimeOut Istanbul

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Erkut Emcioglu of the European Stability Initiative in Istanbul, Turkey

Shot for Die Presse

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Hashish dealer, Pakistan.

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Mr Gay Syria 2016, Hussein Sabat.

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Betül Celep wearing a white vest asking for her job back, at a small protest in a square in central Kadıköy, Istanbul, Turkey.

Shot for Die Presse

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