EFD Rights Watch: Excessive Pepper Gas usage… RedHack not a ‘terrorist group,’ prosecutors rule…

Police, Beşiktaş fans clash before last game and victory in historic Istanbul stadium

Fans of Istanbul’s Beşiktaş football team and police clashed only hours before the last gameat the to-be-demolished İnönü Stadium.

BIA Media Monitoring 2012 / Full Text

from Bianet :: English

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Thousands remember three revolutionary youth leaders

from Hurriyet Daily News

The leaders of the 1968 Turkish student uprisings, Deniz Gezmiş, Yusuf Aslan and Hüseyin İnan.


May Day victim girl barely finds hospital

from Hurriyet Daily News

Dilan Alp, a 17-year-old girl who was severely wounded in the clashes during Istanbul?s May Day.


Police uses tear gas on youth footballers

Police officers used tear gas on 14-year-old football players when arguments broke out between players.


Turkish hacker network RedHack not a ‘terrorist group,’ prosecutors rule

Turkish hacker group RedHack was cleared in a terrorism probe opened by the Ankara Prosecutor’s Office, on the grounds that its activities did not contain violence.

Excessive Police Force at Soccer Fans in Istanbul

On Saturday police sprayed paper gas at Beşiktaş soccer team fans who gathered to celebrate the season end.

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