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With the spirit of the hunger strikers to the end of Turkish fascism

After 200 days of incomparable historical resistance, the hunger strikes in Kurdistan, Turkey and Europe have been declared over today

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Kurdish activists called off hunger strike following Öcalan’s message

Thousands of prisoners and activists around the world were on hunger strike demanding the end of the isolation against Abdullah Öcalan

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Lawyers visited Leyla Güven to convey Öcalan’s message to the hunger strikers

Öcalan’s lawyers have visited DTK Co-chair and HDP MP Leyla Güven who has been on an indefinite hunger strike for 198 days demanding the end of the isolation regime executed against Kurdish People’s Leader Abdullah Öcalan

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Lawyers respond to Ban on visits with Ocalan Lifted

On 16 May 2019, the Minister of Justice of Turkey Abdulhamit Gül made a statement declaring that the ban on lawyers being allowed to visit with their client Mr. Abdullah Öcalan has been lifted

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Lawyers met Abdullah Ocalan in Imrali

After 8 years of visit requests rejected, lawyers were finally granted permission to see Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan

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Turkey – Hunger Strikes. HDP writes letter to the international community on death fasts

Peoples’ Democratic Party vice co-chair Hişyar Özsoy wrote a letter to the international community regarding the 15 political prisoners who have turned their hunger strike into a “death fast”

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 “Where is your voice?”A political prisoner’s letter to humanity

Murat Türk, born 1976 in Amed (Diyarbakır), is a former guerrilla fighter from Kurdistan. 24 years ago, he was imprisoned by the Turkish state

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Turkey: hunger strikes for Öcalan reach a critical stage

Hundreds of Kurdish detainees in Turkish prisons are carrying out a hunger strike to demand an end to the isolation of PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan

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Open Letter to UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt

Seven Kurdish political prisoners in Turkey have taken their own lives in the last three weeks

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