EFD Rights Watch: Turkey to Pay 330,000 Euros for Extrajudicial Killings

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Turkey to Pay 330,000 Euros for Extrajudicial Killings

ECHR reached a verdict on the case where 5 people ages between 13 and 24 were killed by soldiers, ordering Turkey to pay a sum of 330,000 euros to applicant families.


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