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Aydın Büyüktaş bends brains with dizzyingly distorted views of american landscapes

just over a year ago, turkish artist aydın büyüktaş turned the streets of istanbul upside down to form surreal city scenes for his series ‘flatland’. now, having recently returned from a trip to the united states, büyüktaş has completed a second installment in the series that completely warps american landscapes and defies the laws of physical existence. drawing from the satirical novel ‘flatland: a romance of many dimensions’ by edwin abbott — which tells the story of a two-dimensional world occupied by geometric figures — the artist has once again distorted viewers perception of space and dimension.

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the locations included in büyüktaş’ ‘flatland II’ series took more than two months to scout and plan. over the course of another month, büyüktaş shot the photos over about 10,000 miles of land in the united states. using between 18-20 photos, the artist then carefully created digital collages that stretch into the sky and fold backwards onto themselves. rolling landscapes and cow farms seemingly double over, while baseball and football stadiums appear to reverse the laws of gravity.

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‘the idea that I could depict surreal places that I saw in my dreams and thought of in my childhood gradually started to occur in my mind,’ büyüktaş describes. ‘during my childhood and adolescence, I read science fiction series of writers such as isaac asimov and H.G. wells and scientific and technical journals. these books made me question issues such as wormholes, black holes, parallel universes, gravitation, and the bending of space and time. while I was reading ‘hyperspace’ by michio kaku, I was obsessed with the idea of a black hole occurring in the place we live, and how it would bend space, time and place.’

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Turkey’s peace with Kurds splinters as car bomb kills soldiers

A Turkish soldier checks cars at a checkpoint in Diyarbakir after the car bombing.
A Turkish soldier checks cars at a checkpoint in Diyarbakir after the bombing. Photograph: Ilyas Akengin/AFP/Getty Images

Kurdish rebels blamed for attack on military police vehicle carrying several officers, as PKK says ceasefire has ‘lost all meaning’ after Turkish air strikes

The fragile peace process between the Turkish government and the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ party, or PKK, appeared to be on the brink of collapse on Sunday after two Turkish soldiers were killed and four others were injured in a car bomb attack which Ankara blamed on Kurdish rebels.

The blast came after Turkey launched air strikes against PKK positions in northern Iraq as well as against Islamic State in Syria, in retaliation for a string of violent attacks last week that Turkey holds both groups – themselves fierce rivals – responsible for.

On Sunday the Turkish foreign ministry said it said it had asked NATO to hold an extraordinary council meeting on Tuesday to discuss its security operations against Islamic State and PKK Kurdish militants.

US officials expressed their support for Turkey’s air strikes on the PKK, saying they “respected Turkey’s right to defend itself”. In a major policy shift, the Turkish government last week agreed to open its airbases for US-led coalition warplanes after the US had grown increasingly frustrated with Turkey’s reluctance to join the fight against the Islamic State.

While some wondered if American support for Turkey’s raids on the PKK was part of the deal reached after lengthy negotiations, others said it was too early to deduce that the US had dropped the Kurds, a major ally in the fight against Isis, in exchange for Turkey actively joining the anti-Isis coalition.

“In the clash between the Turkish state and the PKK, the Americans have always supported Turkey,” Mesut Yegen, a historian of the Kurdish issue, explained. “The real question is what the US would do if Turkey will turn on the PYD,” he said, referring to the Democratic Union party, the Syrian affiliate of the PKK.

The deadly car bomb exploded late on Saturday, when a military police vehicle carrying several officers was travelling to intervene in a traffic blockade close to the predominantly Kurdish town of Lice, according to a statement by the Diyarbakır governorate.

The military had launched a wide sweep to capture the bombers, Turkish authorities said. In coordinated raids throughout the province, at least 21 people suspected to have links to the PKK were arrested on Sunday morning.

The attack came on the heels of a PKK declaration that the ceasefire, agreed upon as part of the peace process started in 2012 in an attempt to end a bloody conflict that has killed more than 40,000 people over 30 years, had “lost all meaning” due to the Turkish military assault, the heaviest since peace negotiations began.

On Friday night, Turkish fighter jets hit several PKK targets, including shelters, warehouses, bunkers and parts of the Qandil mountains, where the Kurdish group’s military headquarters are located, the Turkish authorities said.

One PKK member was killed, and three others were wounded during the attacks, according to a statement published by the People’s Defence Force (HPG), the PKK’s military wing.

In a statement published on Saturday, the HPG denounced the air raids as an “aggression of war” by the Turkish state and vowed to resist.

The operations continued on Saturday, when Turkish fighter jets and artillery forces jointly attacked PKK camps in northern Iraq and Islamic State militants in Syria, with Turkish officials saying the incursion against the jihadis would help create a “safe zone” on Syrian soil alongside the Turkish border.

“As soon as areas in northern Syria are cleared of the [Islamic State] threat, safe zones will emerge naturally,” the Turkish foreign minister, Mevlüt Çavușoğlu, told reporters on Saturday, adding that these swaths of land could be used to host Syrian refugees.

“We have always defended the establishment of safe zones and no-fly zones in Syria. People who have been displaced can be placed in those safe zones,” he said.

Parliament has been summoned to meet on Wednesday to discuss the security situation.

Turkish police used water cannon to disperse a demonstration in Ankara condemning violence by Isis, an AFP reporter said, with police reportedly arresting about 33 people.

Meanwhile, the leftist opposition Peoples’ Democratic party (HDP) has harshly criticised the military operations, saying the attacks on the PKK were a “pretext” and an attempt by the interim Justice and Development party (AKP) government to force early elections after the party lost its parliamentary majority on 7 June.

“This is a plan by the government to set the country on fire in order to secure a single-party government. By creating a militaristic and nationalist climate while pretending to conduct a comprehensive fight with terrorism the government wants to force snap elections,”

a statement from the HDP said on Saturday, underlining the need for renewed dialogue and negotiations in order to keep the peace process, now hanging by a thread, on track.

Since the suicide bomb attack that killed 32 people last Monday, a wave of violence has rolled over the country, including the killing of several police officers for which the PKK claimed responsibility.

Violent protests against the AKP’s failed Syria policies and their stalling of the Kurdish peace process have erupted in several cities all over Turkey. In clashes between pro-Kurdish protesters and the police in Cizre, a 21-year-old man was reported shot in the exchange of gunfire.

In Istanbul, authorities banned a planned “peace march” scheduled to take place on Sunday, citing security concerns and traffic congestion.

Turkish police in Ankara used water cannon and teargas to disperse a demonstration protesting against the AKP’s Syria policies and Isis violence. Thirty-three people were reportedly detained.

Journalist and commentator Oral Çalışlar said that neither the Turkish government nor the PKK had anything to gain from a return to full-scale hostilities.

“In the end both parties will have to sit around a table and continue to talk,” he said. “They know, from years of struggle, that they cannot destroy each other, and that they cannot reach any lasting results through violence. The peace process simply has to continue because of that.”

Take A Ride On A New Luxury Train From Hungary To Iran Where A Ticket Costs Up To $40,000

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A new luxury train that runs from Hungary’s capital of Budapest to Iran’s capital of Tehran made its first trip on Wednesday, Reuters reports. 

The first branch of the route, connecting Budapest to Istanbul, follows the path of the world famous Orient Express, the early-20th century trip that used to carry Europe’s aristocracy to Turkey.

The new luxury train cars ride on existing railways, leaving from Budapest, heading east toward Turkish Kurdistan and dumping passengers in Iran. A ticket for the two-week trip costs more than $14,000, according to Reuters. 

The route is operated by the private travel agency Golden Eagle, a British company that offers trips on luxury trains across Europe, Central Asia, and Eastern Europe. The first train left on Oct. 15, the next one is scheduled for March next year.

The trip covers a total of 4,350 miles across five countries.

The trip covers a total of 4,350 miles across five countries.

The train left Budapest on Wednesday, Oct. 15. Everything from staffs’ uniforms to the design of the cars harkens back to the beginning of the 20th century.

The train left Budapest on Wednesday, Oct. 15. Everything from staffs' uniforms to the design of the cars harkens back to the beginning of the 20th century.

When the first convoy left Budapest, there was even a marching band to salute it.

When the first convoy left Budapest, there was even a marching band to salute it.

The basic ticket costs $14,333, but if you want extras like a private bathrooms and concierge service, the price can shoot up to $40,000, according to Reuters.

The basic ticket costs $14,333, but if you want extras like a private bathrooms and concierge service, the price can shoot up to $40,000, according to Reuters.

Despite the hefty price, the founder of Golden Eagle, Tim Littler, told Reuters that tickets sold out in 10 days.

Despite the hefty price, the founder of Golden Eagle, Tim Littler, told Reuters that tickets sold out in 10 days.

The company had to set up an Australian affiliate in order to apply and obtain travel permits in five different countries, including Iran.

The company had to set up an Australian affiliate in order to apply and obtain travel permits in five different countries, including Iran.

The trip is the vision of two English businessmen: Littler and Howard Trinder, who bought four rail cars from a Hungarian postal service, Reuters said. Refurbishing each car cost $1 million.

The trip is the vision of two English businessmen: Littler and Howard Trinder, who bought four rail cars from a Hungarian postal service, Reuters said. Refurbishing each car cost $1 million.

The dining car is furnished with intimate two-seats tables. Outstanding scenery from the windows is a plus.

The dining car is furnished with intimate two-seats tables. Outstanding scenery from the windows is a plus.

The train also have a full staff of waiters and chefs to accomodate all passenger requests.

The train also have a full staff of waiters and chefs to accomodate all passenger requests.

The piano bar is where passengers can enjoy the vintage atmosphere over a drink while listening to music.

The piano bar is where passengers can enjoy the vintage atmosphere over a drink while listening to music.

For those who prefer a quieter time, the train has private lecture rooms and sofas.

For those who prefer a quieter time, the train has private lecture rooms and sofas.

For an authentic experience, the train is still powered by a coal engine. It doesn’t move very fast.

For an authentic experience, the train is still powered by a coal engine. It doesn't move very fast.

Luxury train travel normally costs between $1,000 and $2,000 a day according to Reuters, meaning the Golden Eagle train is actually sold at an average price. Any interest?

Luxury train travel normally costs between $1,000 and $2,000 a day according to Reuters, meaning the Golden Eagle train is actually sold at an average price. Any interest?

50 Places In Europe You Need To Visit In Your Lifetime Vol. II

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Europe is home to historic cities, world-famous museums, and phenomenal restaurants. But there are also gorgeous hidden beaches, phenomenal ski resorts, and stunning natural formations like canyons, waterfalls, and gorges.

We’ve come up with the ultimate bucket list of travel destinations in Europe.

From biking along the canals of Amsterdam to tasting Chianti in Italy’s Tuscany region, here are 25 things you need to do in Europe in your lifetime.

Stroll through fragrant lavender fields in Provence, France.

Stroll through fragrant lavender fields in Provence, France.

Marvel at the treasures and artifacts inside London’s British Museum, which is open to the public for free. (As is almost every other major museum in London.)

Marvel at the treasures and artifacts inside London's British Museum, which is open to the public for free. (As is almost every other major museum in London.)

Have a beer in the beautiful Market Square of Krakow, Poland.

Have a beer in the beautiful Market Square of Krakow, Poland.

Indulge with fresh gaufres chaudes (hot waffles) topped with strawberries, whipped cream, Nutella, and more in Belgium.

Indulge with fresh gaufres chaudes (hot waffles) topped with strawberries, whipped cream, Nutella, and more in Belgium.

Go canyoning in Interlaken, Switzerland: rappel, raft, and jump through waterfalls.

Go canyoning in Interlaken, Switzerland: rappel, raft, and jump through waterfalls.

Take a gondola ride through the winding canals of Venice, Italy.

Take a gondola ride through the winding canals of Venice, Italy.

Gaze at the Aurora Borealis from Lapland, in northern Finland.

Gaze at the Aurora Borealis from Lapland, in northern Finland.

Sample Paški sir, the famous artisanal sheep milk cheese made on the Croatian island of Pag.

Sample Paški sir, the famous artisanal sheep milk cheese made on the Croatian island of Pag.

Drive through the Scottish Highlands and admire the gorgeous hilly terrain.

Drive through the Scottish Highlands and admire the gorgeous hilly terrain.

Run with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain.

Run with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain.

Take a dip in a thermal bath in Budapest, Hungary.

Take a dip in a thermal bath in Budapest, Hungary.

Skip the lines at the Eiffel Tower, and take in the view of Paris from the top of the stairs at the Sacre-Couer in Montmartre.

Skip the lines at the Eiffel Tower, and take in the view of Paris from the top of the stairs at the Sacre-Couer in Montmartre.

Explore the Eden Project, a pair of giant biomes that hold thousands of plant species from around the world in Cornwall, England.

Explore the Eden Project, a pair of giant biomes that hold thousands of plant species from around the world in Cornwall, England.

Straddle two continents on a boat tour along the Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey.

Straddle two continents on a boat tour along the Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey.

Sample Italian Chianti in the vineyards of Tuscany.

Sample Italian Chianti in the vineyards of Tuscany.

Cheer on the home team at a football (soccer) match in the U.K.

Cheer on the home team at a football (soccer) match in the U.K.

Recount the tale of Dracula in Sighisoara, the Romanian town where real-life inspiration Vlad the Impaler was born.

Recount the tale of Dracula in Sighisoara, the Romanian town where real-life inspiration Vlad the Impaler was born.

Cruise Norway’s imposing fjords, created by eroding glaciers.

Cruise Norway's imposing fjords, created by eroding glaciers.

Try a restaurant that specializes in foraged food in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Try a restaurant that specializes in foraged food in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Watch the sun set at Stonehenge, in southern England.

Watch the sun set at Stonehenge, in southern England.

Find solace at the Rila Monastery, an Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria.

Find solace at the Rila Monastery, an Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria.

Scuba dive in the clear Mediterranean waters off the coast of Cyprus.

Scuba dive in the clear Mediterranean waters off the coast of Cyprus.

Admire the incredibly detailed facade of the Sagrada Família, a church in Barcelona, Spain, which was designed by famed architect Antoni Gaudí and has been under construction since 1882.

Admire the incredibly detailed facade of the Sagrada Família, a church in Barcelona, Spain, which was designed by famed architect Antoni Gaudí and has been under construction since 1882.

Savor a rich chocolatey Sachertorte in Vienna, Austria.

Savor a rich chocolatey Sachertorte in Vienna, Austria.

Admire Claude Monet’s enormous series of “Water Lilies” murals at the Musée de l’Orangerie in Paris, France.

Admire Claude Monet's enormous series of "Water Lilies" murals at the Musée de l'Orangerie in Paris, France.

Istanbul violence: Female attacker killed in assault on police HQ

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Turkish police responding to a gunmen situation in Istanbul(Reuters)

Turkish police have shot a woman dead after she and another attacker tried to storm the central police headquarters in Istanbul local media have reported.

Officers returned fire on two armed attackers, killing the woman – who was carrying “bombs and a long-barrel firearm” – and capturing a man.

Pictures have since emerged believed to be the woman attacker.

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Istanbul governor Vaslip Sahim told the Anadolou news agency that a security guard was injured in the attack.

It comes a day after two members of a Marxist group killed prosecutor Mehmet Selim Kiraz during a raid on Istanbul’s courthouse.

Elsewhere on Wednesday police detained a gunman who attacked an office of the ruling AK party and hung a a Turkish flag with the emblem of a sword, Reuters reported. 

Turkish authorities have arrested 22 suspected radical leftists since the killing of prosecutor Kiraz, all of them listed as members of the Marxist Revolutionary People’s Liberation Front (DHKP-C), who carried out Tuesday’s attack.

Charlie Hebdo cover printed in Turkish daily

Purported cartoon of Prophet Muhammad published in Cumhuriyet’s opinion columns, but not in its news pages.

A Turkish daily has published cartoons from the latest edition of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, which came under a deadly attack last week, as Turkish police took tight security measures around the Turkish newspaper’s headquarters.

Secularist Cumhuriyet newspaper published four pages of translated Charlie Hebdo cartoons on Wednesday, the same day the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo came out.

The weekly French newspaper’s cover purportedly depicts Prophet Muhammad crying and holding a sign reading, “I am Charlie” with the words “All is forgiven” written above him.

Although Cumhuriyet chose not to publish the cover in its news pages, two writers, Ceyda Karan and Hikmet Cetinkaya, have put the cartoon in their columns.

Karan, who was contacted by Al Jazeera, refused to comment on the issue. Cetinkaya could not immediately be reached for comment.

Later on Wednesday, a Turkish court ordered the country’s telecommunications authority to ban access to web pages showing Charlie Hebdo’s front cover, Turkey’s state-run news agency said.

The Anatolia news agency said the court in the city of Diyarbakir in southeastern Turkey ordered the ban.

A total of 17 people, including journalists and police officers, died in the assault on Charlie Hebdo’s office last week and in a bloody hostage situation at a kosher supermarket two days later.

Millions of copies of the special Charlie Hebdo issue on the attack were sold out after they were distributed across France on Wednesday.

Renald Luzier, the cartoonist who drew the cover image under the pen name “Luz”, said it represents “just a little guy who is crying”, adding: “Yes, it is Muhammad.”

Cumhuriyet’s pages included Charlie Hebdo articles and cartoons satirising Nigerian armed group Boko Haram and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group.

The newspaper is known for its strong opposition to the policies of the ruling Justice and Development Party and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

In ‘soldarity’ with Charlie Hebdo

In a statement via his Twitter account, Ufuk Cakirozer, the editor-in-chief of Cumhuriyet, said that his newspaper stood in “solidarity” with Charlie Hebdo for press freedom.

“We have lost our writers in terror attacks. We understand the pain of the Charlie Hebdo massacre,” he said.

“As part of our solidarity, we have published four pages of Charlie Hebdo cartoons in our special issue. However, as part of our principles, we have been delicate on freedom of religion and religious sensitivities… We have not put the cover page of the newspaper in our Wednesday issue.”

In a public statement on Wednesday afternoon, Cumhuriyet said it “had no intention to take on or target anybody’s religious or sacred values”, adding that it would continue to defend freedom of speech.

Starting very early on Wednesday morning, Turkish police blocked the streets leading to Cumhuriyet’s offices, and took comprehensive measures around the building in case of potential aggression against the newspaper.

At the same time, police searched trucks leaving a printing house with Cumhuriyet’s Wednesday edition.

In the earlier reports, Turkish media said that police allowed circulation because the selected cartoons did not feature the cover. However, the cover was featured in the two columns.

The Istanbul prosecutor’s office gave the green light to the circulation of Cumhuriyet following the search, Turkish media reported.

Yalcin Akdogan, a senior adviser to Erdogan, said on his Twitter account that the Turkish government “condemn the incitements, attacks and provocations against Islamic symbols as they condemn the Paris attack.”

“[The ones] who ignore the values of Muslims by publishing figures referring to our holy prophet are in an act of provocation,” Akdogan said.

“[The ones] who take pride in targeting religions are heating up Islamophobia. This mentality, whatever tool they use, is a threat to the world peace.”

Several people were detained on Wednesday night after a demonstration against Cumhuriyet close its offices.

Protesters gathered outside the premises of the daily in Istanbul, chanting slogans such as, “Cumhuriyet will answer”, “This is Turkey, not France” and “Kouachi brothers are our pride”.

The Kouachi brothers, who attacked Charlie Hebdo, were killed in a police operation in France last week.

Later on Wednesday, T24, a Turkish liberal news website, published the whole Charlie Hebdo special issue “to support freedom of speech” and “to stand solidarity against terror”.

 

2 Killed In Belgium Anti-Terror Raid After Arms Dealer Linked To Charlie Hebdo Arrested

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Two people were killed and one person was seriously wounded Thursday during a police counterterrorism raid in the Belgian city of Verviers, in the province of Liège near the German border, RTBF reports.

The operation was intended to check on suspected radicals believed to have returned to the area after taking part in the Syrian civil war. Belgium has seen significant radical Islamist activity among its Muslim population.

Earlier, Belgian authorities had detained a man for arms dealing and are investigating whether he supplied one of the Islamist gunmen who together killed 17 people in Paris last week, prosecutors said on Thursday. According to RTBF, a press conference is scheduled for 8 p.m. local time (2 p.m. ET).

Local media reports detailed that gunshots and explosions were heard on a residential street near a railway station. This photo was posted on Twitter by a person in the area:

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Haaretz reports that the unnamed Belgian arms dealer is a “known figure in Brussels’ underworld” who turned himself into police in the southern city of Charleroi on Tuesday out of fear.

He confessed that he had been in touch with Amedy Coulibaly, the militant who took hostages in a Jewish supermarket in the French capital and was later killed by security forces.

Police searched his home and allegedly found documents relating to negotiations over the sale of arms.

Amedy Coulibaly

According to police officials, the Scorpion machine gun and the Tokarev handgun used by Coulibaly during his attack on the kosher supermarket, which resulted in the deaths of four Jewish Parisians, came from Brussels and Charleroi.

The man said he also swindled in a car sale, but police later found evidence that the two had been negotiating the sale of ammunition for a 7.62 mm caliber firearm.

Bullets of this caliber are needed for the Tokarev pistol that Coulibaly used in his attack on the supermarket in Paris, where he killed four hostages, and possibly in the shooting and injuring of a jogger two days earlier.

“The man is being held by the judge in Charleroi on suspicion of arms dealing,” a spokesman for Belgium’s federal prosecution said.

“Further investigations will have to show whether there is a link with the events in Paris,” he added.

The Kalashnikovs and rocket launchers used by the Kouachi brothers in the Charlie Hebdo attack, killing 12, were purchased by Coulibaly near the Gare du Midi in Brussels for less than $5,867 (€5,000/£3,870), The Telegraph reports.

Earlier this week, Al Qaeda in Yemen claimed responsibility for the attack on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, saying the assault on the paper’s offices was ordered by the Islamist militant group’s leadership, according to a video posted on YouTube. Those claims have met scrutiny.

Hayat Boumediene and Amedy Coulibaly.

The search continues for France’s most-wanted woman, Hayat Boumeddienne, Coulibaly’s common-law wife, who is believed to have crossed the border to Spain to fly from Istanbul, where she later crossed into Syria.

Police suspect she might have had a hand in Coulibaly’s supermarket hostage-taking, though she was not identified among the dead or wounded, AFP reports.

The couple lived in a modest apartment in a poor suburb south of Paris.

Boumeddienne reportedly accompanied Coulibaly several times to a forest in southern France to shoot a crossbow. Le Monde published several photos of the couple holding up the weapon, with Boumeddienne wearing her niqab.

This story is developing.

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