The death of a Turkish teacher… #HalilSerkanÖz #YalovaValisiİstifaEt

A yet another tragic story. News below.
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A Turkish teacher has died of a heart attack during a protest against a governor who reprimanded him for his appearance
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emel kurma ‏@emelkurma  Diğer insanlarla kurduğumuz ilişkilerin dili anlatır nasıl biri olduğumuzu; hele ki nizam otoriterlik belletirken
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Today’s Zaman ‏@todayszamancom Governor ‘sorry’ after teacher he publicly scolded dies of heart attack …
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has signed the controversial domestic security bill into law, which grants broad powers to the police and governors, despite objection from opposition parties.
Turkish officials are unable to find the bugging devices that were discovered at President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s office, daily Hürriyet has learned
Erdogan’s wealth
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Turkey’s embattled President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s massive personal and family wealth, which has been accumulated over the span of two decades since he became the mayor of İstanbul, the largest city in the country, is the most important dynamic in …
The gender wars in Turkey: a litmus test of democracy?

The pent up fury and grief released by Özgecan Aslan’s attempted rape and gruesome murder reveal deep fault lines and simmering sources of disaffection in Turkish society.

Woman holding a placard with an image of a young woman alongside Turkish textPhoto: @emekci_hareketOn a freezing cold day on the 21st of February 2015 a group of men wearing skirts marched towards the iconic Taksim square: they were protesting the brutal attempted rape and murder of Özgecan Aslan, a 20 year old student from Mersin, whose mutilated and partly burnt body was discovered in a riverbed on February 13th. This came on the heels of nation-wide demonstrations staged by women’s groups who were outraged and combative: among their striking slogans was “Özgecan is not our lament but our rebellion”. In a repetition of what has sadly become an all too common ritual in Turkey, it was women who carried her coffin to its final resting place.

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