Blasts kill two and injure more than 100 at Peoples’ Democratic party rally in Diyarbakir, ahead of elections in which Kurdish voters hold balance of power
The imminent election presents Turkey with momentous choices, with the combative figure of its president at the centre of them all.
Turkey’s parliamentary elections, to be held on 7 June, contain a paradox. These are doubtless very important polls that will, in all likelihood, seal the country’s fate for the next decade at least. Yet for all the high stakes involved, and the suspense of this eve-of-poll moment, we sort of know who will win.
hdp miting alanında bomba patlayınca korkan halkı türk polisi suyla kendine getiriyor. helal olsun be! pic.twitter.com/DMVxcpTQ54
— varcharian (@varcharian) June 5, 2015
HDP Co-chair Demirtaş cries…