EFD Rights Watch: Turkey fined 52,000 euros by ECHR now… The RedHack trial…

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ECHR Convicts Turkey Due to ?Halt Warning?

ECHR found Turkey guilty of violating the right to life in Taydaş case, ordering Turkey to pay 52,000 euros for non-pecuniary damages.

Turkey fined 52,000 euros for man?s injuries in 2007 operation in Tunceli

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) fined Turkey 52,285 euros for violating the right to life regarding Hıdır Taydaş

Court rejects merging of Dink case with commander negligence case

An Istanbul court has decided not to merge the main Dink murder case with a case on commanders’ negligence in the murder

Erdogan?s Threat to Turkish Freedom

The Wall Street Journal Europe (USA) November 26, 2013, p. 13 Kemal Kilicdaroglu * Despite all the bumps along the road since its inception in 1946, democracy in Turkey has now managed to survive for more than half a century. In a Muslim setting, this democracy has owed its longevity to its secular underpinnings


RedHack Investigation Swirls Around “Gezi” and Twitter

Police authorities resumed the investigation of RedHack – an organization reportedly defined ?and illegal organization working against the state?. Detainees were allegedly questions regarding their relation to Gezi protests and twitter account activities.

78 percent of Gezi Park protest detainees were Alevis: Report

Almost 80 percent of protesters detained as part of the Gezi Park protests were Alevis, according to a report


Police Releases Gezi Resistance Report

Police authorities released a report regarding the demographics of over 5,000 individuals who have been detained during Gezi Resistance protests across Turkey

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