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BRITAIN-MANBOOKERINTERNATIONAL/
RTSEEAZ
May 15, 2016
Nominated translator Ekin Oklap poses with her translated novel "A Strangeness in My Mind" by author...
London, United Kingdom
Nominated translator Ekin Oklap poses with her translated novel "A Strangeness in My Mind" by author...
Nominated translator Ekin Oklap poses with her translated novel "A Strangeness in My Mind" by author Orhan Pamuk, during a media event for the Man Booker International Prize 2016, in London, Britain May 15, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
TURKEY-MEDIA/
RTX2CLIH
May 03, 2016
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Belge and Turkish author Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after...
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after Belge appeared in court on charges of insulting Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, Turkey May 3, 2016. REUTERS/Osman Orsal TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TURKEY-MEDIA/
RTX2CLCG
May 03, 2016
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Belge and Turkish author Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after...
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after Belge appeared in court on charges of insulting Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, Turkey May 3, 2016. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-MEDIA/
RTX2CLCE
May 03, 2016
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Belge and Turkish author Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after...
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after Belge appeared in court on charges of insulting Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, Turkey May 3, 2016. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-MEDIA/
RTX2CLCD
May 03, 2016
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Belge and Turkish author Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after...
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after Belge appeared in court on charges of insulting Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, Turkey May 3, 2016. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-MEDIA/
RTX2CLCC
May 03, 2016
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Belge and Turkish author Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after...
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after Belge appeared in court on charges of insulting Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, Turkey May 3, 2016. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-MEDIA/
RTX2CL9U
May 03, 2016
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Belge and Turkish author Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after...
Turkish writer, columnist and academic Murat Belge (R) and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk leave Kartal Justice Palace after Belge appeared in court on charges of insulting Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, Turkey May 3, 2016. REUTERS/Osman Orsal
TURKEY-CULTURE/
RTR4HW9Y
December 13, 2014
Turkish author Orhan Pamuk signs autographs after the presentation of his new book "Kafamda Bir Tuhafli"...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish author Orhan Pamuk signs autographs after the presentation of his new book "Kafamda Bir Tuhafli"...
Turkish author Orhan Pamuk signs autographs after the presentation of his new book "Kafamda Bir Tuhafli" ("A Strangeness In My Mind?) in Istanbul December 13, 2014. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY/
RTR31AAL
April 27, 2012
A journalist inspects artifacts from an exhibit before the official opening of the Museum of Innocence...
Istanbul, Turkey
A journalist inspects artifacts from an exhibit before the official opening of the Museum of Innocence...
A journalist inspects artifacts from an exhibit before the official opening of the Museum of Innocence in Istanbul April 27, 2012. The museum, named after a novel written by Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk, houses a collection of Istanbul's past cultural and daily life artifacts from the time period the novel was set in. The museum will be open to the public on April 28. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
TURKEY/
RTR31AAK
April 27, 2012
A journalist inspects artifacts from an exhibit before the official opening of the Museum of Innocence...
Istanbul, Turkey
A journalist inspects artifacts from an exhibit before the official opening of the Museum of Innocence...
A journalist inspects artifacts from an exhibit before the official opening of the Museum of Innocence in Istanbul April 27, 2012. The museum, named after a novel written by Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk, houses a collection of Istanbul's past cultural and daily life artifacts from the time period the novel was set in. The museum will be open to the public on April 28. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
TURKEY/
RTR31A94
April 27, 2012
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference before the opening of the Museum of...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Pamuk attends a news conference before the opening of the Museum of Innocence...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference before the opening of the Museum of Innocence in Istanbul April 27, 2012. The museum, named after a novel written by Pamuk, houses a collection of Istanbul's past cultural and daily life artifacts from the time period the novel was set in. The museum will be open to the public on April 28. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
TURKEY/
RTR31A8Y
April 27, 2012
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk gestures during a news conference before the opening of the...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Pamuk gestures during a news conference before the opening of the Museum...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk gestures during a news conference before the opening of the Museum of Innocence in Istanbul April 27, 2012. The museum, named after a novel written by Pamuk, houses a collection of Istanbul's past cultural and daily life artifacts from the time period the novel was set in. The museum will be open to the public on April 28. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
TURKEY/
RTR31A8P
April 27, 2012
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference before the opening of the Museum of...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Pamuk attends a news conference before the opening of the Museum of Innocence...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference before the opening of the Museum of Innocence in Istanbul April 27, 2012. The museum, named after a novel written by Pamuk, houses a collection of Istanbul's past cultural and daily life artifacts from the time period the novel was set in. The museum will be open to the public on April 28. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
TURKEY/
RTR31A8M
April 27, 2012
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference before the opening of the Museum of...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Pamuk attends a news conference before the opening of the Museum of Innocence...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference before the opening of the Museum of Innocence in Istanbul April 27, 2012. The museum, named after a novel written by Pamuk, houses a collection of Istanbul's past cultural and daily life artifacts from the time period the novel was set in. The museum will be open to the public on April 28. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
BULGARIA/
RTR2MKH4
May 18, 2011
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk takes pictures of members of the media during an official prize...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Nobel-winning Turkish author Pamuk takes pictures of members of the media during an official prize presentation...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk takes pictures of members of the media during an official prize presentation ceremony in Sofia May 18, 2011. Pamuk was presented with a "Golden century" award, the highest honour of the Bulgaria's Ministry of Culture, on Wednesday. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
BULGARIA/
RTR2MKGZ
May 18, 2011
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk smiles as he signs autographs after an official prize presentation...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Nobel-winning Turkish author Pamuk smiles as he signs autographs after an official prize presentation...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk smiles as he signs autographs after an official prize presentation ceremony in Sofia May 18, 2011. Pamuk was presented with the "Golden century" award, the highest honour of the Bulgaria's Ministry of Culture, on Wednesday. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: SOCIETY MEDIA)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW3E
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with some articles from his novel "The Museum of Innocence"...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with some articles from his novel "The Museum of Innocence"...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with some articles from his novel "The Museum of Innocence" in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW3B
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW38
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk speaks during an interview with Reuters in Istanbul August 27,...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Pamuk speaks during an interview with Reuters in Istanbul
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk speaks during an interview with Reuters in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW37
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with his book "Manzaradan Parcalar" (Pieces of a Landscape)...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with his book "Manzaradan Parcalar" at his home in Istanbul...
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses with his book "Manzaradan Parcalar" (Pieces of a Landscape) at his home in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW30
October 01, 2010
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul
Nobel-winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses at his house in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY)
TURKEY-LIFESTYLE/PAMUK
RTXSW2X
October 01, 2010
Nobel-prize winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses on the balcony of his home in Istanbul August 27,...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel-prize winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses on the balcony of his home in Istanbul
Nobel-prize winning Turkish author Orhan Pamuk poses on the balcony of his home in Istanbul August 27, 2010. Pamuk, Turkey's most celebrated artist, has explored his country's struggle with tradition and modernity and its identity as a land that straddles East and West in novels infused with "huzun", a Turkish word that refers to melancholy or spiritual loss. Picture taken August 27, 2010. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: SOCIETY CITYSCAPE)
GERMANY/
RTX9JOX
October 14, 2008
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt...
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Torsten Silz/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JOW
October 14, 2008
Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa sit with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish President Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa sit with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Pamuk during...
Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa sit with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (L-R) during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Torsten Silz/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JOV
October 14, 2008
Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa sit with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish President Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa sit with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Pamuk during...
Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa sit with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (L-R) during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Torsten Silz/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JO6
October 14, 2008
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt...
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Arne Dedert/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JO4
October 14, 2008
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt...
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Arne Dedert/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JNS
October 14, 2008
Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa chat with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish President Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa chat with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Pamuk during...
Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa chat with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (L-R) during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Arne Dedert/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JNB
October 14, 2008
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk looks at his camera during the opening ceremony of...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Pamuk looks at his camera during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt...
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk looks at his camera during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Arne Dedert/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JNA
October 14, 2008
Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa sit with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish President Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa sit with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Pamuk during...
Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his wife Hayrunnisa sit with Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (L-R) during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Arne Dedert/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JN6
October 14, 2008
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt...
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk speaks during the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Arne Dedert/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JIE
October 14, 2008
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (R) stands next to Turkish President Abdullah Gul during...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Pamuk stands next to Turkish President Gul during their arrival...
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (R) stands next to Turkish President Abdullah Gul during their arrival for the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JHH
October 14, 2008
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (C) chats with Turkish President Abdullah Gul (L) and...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Pamuk chats with Turkish President Gul and German Foreign Minister...
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (C) chats with Turkish President Abdullah Gul (L) and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier during their arrival for the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JHD
October 14, 2008
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (C) chats with Turkish President Abdullah Gul (L) and...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Pamuk chats with Turkish President Gul and German Foreign Minister...
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (C) chats with Turkish President Abdullah Gul (L) and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (R) during their arrival for the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9JH4
October 14, 2008
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (C) chats with Turkish President Abdullah Gul (L) and...
Frankfurt, Germany
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Pamuk chats with Turkish President Gul and German Foreign Minister...
Turkish Nobel Literature Prize winner Orhan Pamuk (C) chats with Turkish President Abdullah Gul (L) and German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier (R) during their arrival for the opening ceremony of the Frankfurt book fair, October 14, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX9HVM
October 13, 2008
A man passes a portrait of Turkish Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk in the Turkish exhibition one day before...
Frankfurt, Germany
A man passes a portrait of Turkish Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk in the Turkish exhibition one day before...
A man passes a portrait of Turkish Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk in the Turkish exhibition one day before the official opening of the Frankfurt book fair, October 13, 2008. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on Turkish literature will run from October 14 until October 20. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY)
TURKEY-ERDOGAN/
RTR201TV
April 30, 2008
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan walks past a guard of honour in Ankara April 30, 2008. Turkey's...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkish PM Erdogan walks past a guard of honour in Ankara
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan walks past a guard of honour in Ankara April 30, 2008. Turkey's parliament approved a long-awaited revision of a law criticised by the European Union for limiting free speech in the candidate country, but writers and activists say the reform does not go far enough. Article 301 has notably been used against writers such as Nobel Literature Laureate Orhan Pamuk for comments on the massacres of Armenians by Ottoman Turks in 1915-16. Turkey denies claims by Armenians and many Western historians that the killings constituted genocide. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-RIGHTS/
RTR1ZM9H
April 18, 2008
An MP reads a book about penal code article 301 during the meeting by the Justice Commission to debate...
Ankara, Turkey
An MP reads a book about penal code article 301 during the meeting by the Justice Commission to debate...
An MP reads a book about penal code article 301 during the meeting by the Justice Commission to debate amending penal code article 301 at the Turkish Parliament in Ankara April 18, 2008. After years of criticism from the European Union, Turkey is amending penal code article 301, under which Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk and slain Armenian-Turkish editor Hrant Dink were tried for insulting Turkish identity. But the proposed changes are so minor that writers and publishers in Turkey fear they will continue to face frequent trials, while they say other laws which remain untouched put just as much pressure on freedom of expression. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-RIGHTS/
RTR1ZM9C
April 18, 2008
Turkish Justice Minister Mehmet Ali Sahin attends a meeting convened by the Justice Commission to debate...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkish Justice Minister Mehmet Ali Sahin attends a meeting convened by the Justice Commission to debate...
Turkish Justice Minister Mehmet Ali Sahin attends a meeting convened by the Justice Commission to debate amending penal code article 301 at the Turkish Parliament in Ankara April 18, 2008. After years of criticism from the European Union, Turkey is amending penal code article 301, under which Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk and slain Armenian-Turkish editor Hrant Dink were tried for insulting Turkish identity. But the proposed changes are so minor that writers and publishers in Turkey fear they will continue to face frequent trials, while they say other laws which remain untouched put just as much pressure on freedom of expression. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-RIGHTS/
RTR1ZM98
April 18, 2008
Turkey's main opposition People's Republic Party MP Halil Unlutepe (R) argues with a plainclothes police...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's main opposition People's Republic Party MP Halil Unlutepe argues with police officer at Justice...
Turkey's main opposition People's Republic Party MP Halil Unlutepe (R) argues with a plainclothes police officer (L), at the Justice Commission room where MPs and officials gathered to debate amending penal code article 301, at the Turkish Parliament in Ankara April 18, 2008. After years of criticism from the European Union, Turkey is amending penal code article 301, under which Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk and slain Armenian-Turkish editor Hrant Dink were tried for insulting Turkish identity. But the proposed changes are so minor that writers and publishers in Turkey fear they will continue to face frequent trials, while they say other laws which remain untouched put just as much pressure on freedom of expression. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-RIGHTS/
RTR1ZM96
April 18, 2008
Chairman of the Justice Commission Ahmet Iyimaya (R) talks to MPs as they convene to debate amending...
Ankara, Turkey
Chairman of the Justice Comission Ahmet Iyimaya talks to MPs as they convene to debate amending penal...
Chairman of the Justice Commission Ahmet Iyimaya (R) talks to MPs as they convene to debate amending penal code article 301 at the Turkish Parliament in Ankara April 18, 2008. After years of criticism from the European Union, Turkey is amending penal code article 301, under which Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk and slain Armenian-Turkish editor Hrant Dink were tried for insulting Turkish identity. But the proposed changes are so minor that writers and publishers in Turkey fear they will continue to face frequent trials, while they say other laws which remain untouched put just as much pressure on freedom of expression. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
FILM-CANNES/
RTR1PRM7
May 16, 2007
Jury president Stephen Frears (8th L) stands on stage with (from L to R) Abderrahmane Sissako, Sarah...
Cannes, France
Jury president Stephen Frears and jury members stand on stage during opening ceremony of the 60th Cannes...
Jury president Stephen Frears (8th L) stands on stage with (from L to R) Abderrahmane Sissako, Sarah Polley, Orhan Pamuk, Toni Collette, Manoel de Oliveira, Shu Qi, Master of Ceremonies Diane Kruger, Maggie Cheung, Michel Piccoli, Maria De Medeiros and Marco Bellocchio during the opening ceremony of the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE)
FILM-CANNES/
RTR1PRK5
May 16, 2007
Jury president Stephen Frears (8th L) stands on stage with (L-R) Abderrahmane Sissako, Sarah Polley,...
Cannes, France
Jury president Stephen Frears and jury members stand on stage during opening ceremony of the 60th Cannes...
Jury president Stephen Frears (8th L) stands on stage with (L-R) Abderrahmane Sissako, Sarah Polley, Orhan Pamuk, Toni Collette, Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira, actress Shu Qi, Master of Ceremonies Diane Kruger, Maggie Cheung, Michel Piccoli, Maria De Medeiros, Marco Bellocchio during the opening ceremony of the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE)
FILM-CANNES/
RTR1PRJY
May 16, 2007
Jury president Stephen Frears (8th L) stands on stage with (L-R) Abderrahmane Sissako, Sarah Polley,...
Cannes, France
Jury president Stephen Frears and jury members stand on stage during opening ceremony of the 60th Cannes...
Jury president Stephen Frears (8th L) stands on stage with (L-R) Abderrahmane Sissako, Sarah Polley, Orhan Pamuk, Toni Collette, Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira, actress Shu Qi, Master of Ceremonies Diane Kruger, Maggie Cheung, Michel Piccoli, Maria De Medeiros, Marco Bellocchio during the opening ceremony of the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FILM-CANNES/
RTR1PRIE
May 16, 2007
Jury president Stephen Frears (R) arrives with fellow jury members, (L-R) Michel Piccoli, Marco Bellocchio,...
Cannes, France
Jury president Stephen Frears and jury members arrive for an evening gala screening at the 60th Cannes...
Jury president Stephen Frears (R) arrives with fellow jury members, (L-R) Michel Piccoli, Marco Bellocchio, Abderrahmane Sissako, Maria De Medeiros, Orhan Pamuk, Sarah Polley, Toni Collette and Maggie Cheung for the evening gala screening of Chinese director Wong Kar Wai's in-competition film "My Blueberry Nights" at the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE)
FILML-CANNES/
RTR1PRFR
May 16, 2007
Jury president Stephen Frears (4th L) arrives with fellow jury members, from L-R, Abderrahmane Sissako,...
Cannes, France
Jury president Stephen Frears arrives with fellow jury members for the evening gala of film "My Blueberry...
Jury president Stephen Frears (4th L) arrives with fellow jury members, from L-R, Abderrahmane Sissako, Maria De Medeiros, Maggie Cheung, Frears, Toni Collette, Sarah Polley, Orhan Pamuk, Michel Piccoli, Marco Bellocchio for the evening gala screening of Chinese director Wong Kar Wai's in-competition film "My Blueberry Nights" at the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FILM-CANNES/
RTR1PQZZ
May 16, 2007
Jury member Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference at the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Jean-Paul...
Cannes, France
Jury member Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference at 60th Cannes Film Festival
Jury member Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference at the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FILM-CANNES/
RTR1PQZY
May 16, 2007
Jury member Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference at the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Jean-Paul...
Cannes, France
Jury member Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference at 60th Cannes Film Festival
Jury member Orhan Pamuk attends a news conference at the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
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May 16, 2007
Jury president Stephen Frears (4th R) poses with jury members, from L-R, Orhan Pamuk, Marco Bellocchio,...
Cannes, France
Jury president Stephen Frears poses with jury members during a photocall at the 60th Cannes Film Festival...
Jury president Stephen Frears (4th R) poses with jury members, from L-R, Orhan Pamuk, Marco Bellocchio, Abderrahmane Sissako,Toni Collette, Maria De Medeiros, Frears, Sarah Polley, Maggie Cheung, Michel Piccoli during a photocall at the 60th Cannes Film Festival May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE)
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May 14, 2007
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk (L), flanked by Professor Omer Oguz, poses after being...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Pamuk poses after being awarded diploma in Istanbul
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk (L), flanked by Professor Omer Oguz, poses after being awarded the Diploma of Honorary Doctorate from Bosphorus University in Istanbul May 14, 2007. Pamuk was awarded the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
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May 14, 2007
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk (L) receives a Diploma of Honorary Doctorate from Bosphorus...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Pamuk receives a diploma in Istanbul
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk (L) receives a Diploma of Honorary Doctorate from Bosphorus University President Profesor Ayse Soysal (R) in Istanbul May 14, 2007. Pamuk was awarded the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature. REUTERS/Osman orsal (TURKEY)
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May 14, 2007
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk addresses the audience after being awarded the Diploma...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Pamuk addresses the audience in Istanbul
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk addresses the audience after being awarded the Diploma of Honorary Doctorate from Bosphorus University in Istanbul May 14, 2007. Pamuk was awarded the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature .REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
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May 14, 2007
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk addresses the audience after being awarded the Diploma...
Istanbul, Turkey
Nobel laureate Pamuk addresses the audience
Nobel laureate and Turkish author Orhan Pamuk addresses the audience after being awarded the Diploma of Honorary Doctorate from Bosphorus University in Istanbul May 14, 2007. Pamuk was awarded the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature . REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
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May 04, 2007
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk attends an awarding ceremony...
Berlin, Germany
Turkish author Pamuk attends an awarding ceremony in Berlin
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk attends an awarding ceremony in Berlin May 4, 2007. Pamuk received the honorary doctorate of the Freie Universitaet Berlin. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
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May 04, 2007
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk delivers acceptance speech...
Berlin, Germany
Turkish author Pamuk delivers acceptance speech during an awarding ceremony in Berlin
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk delivers acceptance speech during an awarding ceremony in Berlin May 4 2007. Pamuk received the honorary doctorate of the Freie Universitaet Berlin. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
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May 04, 2007
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk attends an awarding ceremony...
Berlin, Germany
Turkish author Pamuk attends an awarding ceremony in Berlin
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk attends an awarding ceremony in Berlin May 4 2007. Pamuk received the honorary doctorate of the Freie Universitaet Berlin. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
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May 04, 2007
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk holds the certificate of...
Berlin, Germany
Turkish author Pamuk delivers acceptance speech during an awarding ceremony in Berlin
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk holds the certificate of his honorary doctorate during awarding ceremony in Berlin May 4 2007. Pamuk received the honorary doctorate of the Freie Universitaet Berlin. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
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May 04, 2007
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk arrives before an awarding...
Berlin, Germany
Turkish author Pamuk arrives before an awarding ceremony in Berlin
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk arrives before an awarding ceremony in Berlin May 4 2007. Pamuk will receive the honorary doctorate of the Freie Universitaet Berlin. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
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May 04, 2007
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk sits between Berlin's Mayor...
Berlin, Germany
Turkish author Pamuk sits between by Berlin's Mayor Wowereit and Vice-President Hempfer before an awarding...
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk sits between Berlin's Mayor Klaus Wowereit (L) and Vice-President of the Freie Universitaet Berlin university Klaus Hempfer (R) before an awarding ceremony in Berlin May 4 2007. Pamuk will receive the honorary doctorate of the Freie Universitaet Berlin. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
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May 04, 2007
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk is accompanied by Berlin's...
Berlin, Germany
Turkish author Pamuk is accompanied by Berlin's Mayor Wowereit before an awarding ceremony in Berlin
Turkish author and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize for literature Orhan Pamuk is accompanied by Berlin's Mayor Klaus Wowereit (L) as he arrives before an awarding ceremony in Berlin May 4 2007. Pamuk will receive the honorary doctorate of the Freie Universitaet Berlin. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
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