Arkadaşlar kendi görüşleriniz camiamıza zarar verebilir. Lütfen başıboş twit atmayalım. Sükunetli davranalım. Büyüklerimizi Dinleyelim..
— HÜDA-PAR Gençlik (@HudaParlilar) June 9, 2015
Hüdapar partisans attacked journalists after the killing. Here is DHA Agency reporter Canan Altıntaş:
Diyarbakır'da saldırıya uğrayan DHA muhabiri Canan Altıntaş pic.twitter.com/AYCRHEhm9J
— Muhalif Ç. (@muhalif_c) June 9, 2015
Rhetoric suggests he is not minded to abandon executive presidency plan, making new elections within the next three months more likely
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan may be down, but he’s not out. Turkey’s president is a fighter and will not give up easily, despite the slap in the face he received from voters in Sunday’s elections.
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