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Turkey sends ammunitions to gangs in Syria

The Turkish state gathers gang groups around Aleppo and Bab and dispatches weapons to the gangs

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“In  the first 9 months…” TERROR IN ‘TURKISH’ KURDISTAN

There isn’t a poem or a text or a piece of music that can adequately describe the terror and the outrage and the pain inflicted on humans in the course of our long history

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Salih Muslim: nuestro modelo es aplicable a todo el Medio Oriente

Salih Muslim es el co-Presidente del PYD (Partido de la Unión Democrática) junto a Asiah Abdullah, el principal partido de la autoproclamada región autónoma de Rojava, el Kurdistán sirio

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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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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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Turkish state wants Kurds to make war not do politics

Thousands of youths are joining the guerrilla in the mountains, saying ‘Turkish state has left us no choice other than armed struggle’

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By the Banks of the Tigris River My Soul Sat Down and Wept for the people of Cizîr?

“On 13 December 2015, the Turkish authorities renewed the curfew on Cizre city. The siege lasted until the 11 February 2016 and involved the use of heavy weapons, including tanks and artillery, in densely populated residential areas by the Turkish

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