TURKEY: HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH says

The Cizre Report. The situation in Turkey at the moment does not bode well for an investigation into these crimes against humanity

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Today: A Motion to Stay Ahmed Naji’s Two-year Prison Sentence for His Novel ‘Using Life’

Today at Bulaq Abu Al-Aila Misdemeanour Court, supporters are gathering to attend a court session for imprisoned Egyptian novelist Ahmed Naji

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Contre une invocation abusive de la légitime défense face au terrorisme

Un appel signé par de nombreux professeurs et chercheurs en droit international public intitulé «Contre une invocation abusive de la légitime défense pour faire face au défi du terrorisme » circule sur la toile depuis plus d´une semaine

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Make Noise & Beauty on July 28, a Day of Creativity for Ashraf Fayadh

An open letter from poet-activist Mona Kareem and ArabLit editor M Lynx Qualey

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An End to the Silence!

The fact that the U.S. Justice Department did not respond to a request by the Chilean government and pressure from the Jara family for his extradition is an outstanding issue reminding the world of the involvement of the Nixon-Kissinger administration in these crimes against humanity and their simultaneous involvement in Operation Condor

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Birinci Bodrum The First Basement

The savage massacre committed by Turkish forces in ??rnak’s Cizre district. A poem by séamas carraher

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THE CIZRE REPORT

The report, compiled by the 4 HDP members who visited Cizre for 10 days after the blockade was lifted, collects the narrative from witnesses and attempts to document the list of atrocities perpetrated during the siege

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Erdo?an’s New Turkey Project

we are witnessing once again the full scale of the violent repression the Turkish state is capable of. Scores are thrown in jails every day, and of course the war against Kurds is back to levels seen in the ’90s

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ON A DAY THIS WEEK IN JULY 1919

On a day this week, the 5th July, 1919, after more than 16 years struggling to organise the militant proletariat in both Germany and Russia, the communist and revolutionary, Eugen Leviné was shot dead by firing squad in Stadelheim Prison

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In memory of Eli Wiesel

Elie Wiesel, Buchenwald inmate number “A-7713”, born September 30, 1928 has died, Saturday 2nd July, 2016 at his home in Manhattan, New York

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