Prosecutor Zekeriya Öz who led probes into the Ergenekon case and prepared an indictment in Turkey has fled the country. Governor of Artvin Kamal Cirit has said Zekeriya Öz’s counterpart Celal Kara too crossed into Armenia from Georgia, APA reports …
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After two years of relative calm the sounds of war have returned to south-eastern Turkey. The Kurds are worried, but they’re also angry – and many blame Erdoğan
The racket of machine-gun fire rips through the evening silence. Plumes of smoke rise from the surrounding mountains where salvoes of missiles have set forests and farmland ablaze.
Nine people died in a series of attacks in Turkey on Monday. The government has blamed most of the violence on the banned Kurdish Workers’ Party PKK. Chaos in the country is most opportune for President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, some commentators write. Others voice disappointment that terror is all the PKK has to offer.
• Fenerbahce condemn attack as terrorism
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