Turkey’s high court Council of State upheld a ruling against the Ministry of Interior to pay 1 million 66 thousand Turkish lira in damages to the family of the murdered journalist, Hrant Dink. The 2007 murder of Editor-in-Chief of the Armenian Agos Newspaper evolved into a long-running court battle and conviction. The family filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Interior for "neglect of duty" and requested 1.5 million lira. … See MoreSee Less
Turkey’s supposed fight against terrorism in Syria and Iraq coincides with their bombing of Christian and other minority communities. The long-standing fight against the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), a designated terrorist organization by Turkey, the EU, and the US, has spilled beyond Turkey’s own borders and even PKK territory. The most recent campaign that began at the end of August has killed at least a dozen civilians. … See MoreSee Less
There is nothing protest/demo for the assasination?
Brieftly divers to others
Because turkey is a failure!!!
Last month, a United Nations working group presented a new report to the UN Human Rights Council regarding the increase in enforced disappearances and abductions conducted by the Turkish government. The report falls in line with a slew of human rights abuses conducted by Turkey against the country’s religious minority communities and outspoken activists. … See MoreSee Less