The resolution of the Kurdish question is closely linked to both truth and justice for past crimes, but also to ending ongoing state violence against Kurds.
Occupy London poster, November 2011. Wikicommons/ Richard Symonds. Some rights reserved.“There is no such thing [as the Kurdish question]. Tell me my [Kurdish] friends what is it that you don’t have?” These were the words recently uttered by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who has been negotiating a peace deal with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK – Partiya Karkerên Kurdistan) to bring about a peaceful solution to the country’s long running conflict.
Turkey censors 166 foreign and domestic articles on slain prosecutor case
Yaman Akdeniz, faculty at Istanbul’s Bilgi University Law School and a vocal advocate against internet censorship, reveals that the list of blocked URLs include articles by British dailies the Independent and the Mirror, the Netherlands-based Post as .
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