Polish activist Justyna Wydrzyńska is the first woman in Europe to be convicted of “intent to aid” an abortion. For the first time, the woman she helped, Ania, tells the story of her desperate quest to end her pregnancy.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who has never let a crisis go to waste, hopes to use money and the need for reconstruction after the quake—not jail sentences—to prevail in this month’s election. But a united opposition is hoping the ground has shifted.
Book bans have shined a new spotlight on the graphic novel. What does that mean for the comic’s legacy?
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