EFD Rights Watch: European Court fines Turkey for torture under police custody
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The European Court of Human Rights did not find Turkey guilty of violating torture ban in a case where police assaulted the applicant by turning his arm. Instead, the court found Turkey guilty for poor investigation.
Turkey has been fined 22,000 euros by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on charges of ?torture? while in police custody in 1999.
Students Detained For Protesting PM
Police detained 5 Genç-Sen members for protesting PM?s remarks on student residence by attempting to flash a banner at a cafe nearby PM?s office in Istanbul.