Turkey’s chief of staff -unintentionally- confirmed HDP’s Demirtaş, PM Davutoğlu apparently lied… #DemirtaştanÖzürDileBaşbakan

On April 11, Turkish army killed several PKK militants and a civilian. On April 12, HDP declared that this was a provocation and Kurdish citizens actually helped wounded soldiers. There were images and a video. On April 13, Turkey’s chief of staff thanked citizens for helping soldiers. Although framed differently this confirmed Demirtaş’ basic narrative and Davutoğlu’s April 12 statements claiming Demirtaş was lying  was actually a lie….

Five PKK Kurd militants killed in battle with Turkish forces

CNNApr 11, 2015
(CNN) Five militants from the Kurdistan Workers’ Party were killed and another was wounded in clashes with Turkish armed forces in eastern …
Government will beat war drums ahead election, warns HDP, vowing clean campaign

…nic ahead of the June 7 parliamentary election, Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaş has said, while vowing to conduct his own party’s campaign in a “humane and friendly” way
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cumhuriyet.com.tr ‏@cumhuriyetgzt  TSK’dan Ağrı için bir açıklama daha geldi:Vatandaşlarımızın yardımı takdire şayan bulunmuştur http://www.cumhuriyet.com.tr/haber/turkiye/252923/Genelkurmay_Basbakan_Davutoglu_nu_yalanladi.html …
Helicopters, reconnaissance jets and a commando unit sent to clash that Kurds say was ‘tree-planting event’.
The first major debate heading to the June 7 elections has come in the wake of the first major clash between the Turkish military and outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants in over two years.
A case was filed under 10 different charges against 23 people who attended the protests in support of Kobané. The defendants were accused in the bill of indictment of taking after appeals made through tweets. The only evidence for the accusations is the police report.

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