Deputies and journalists are directly targeted as Amnesty warns ” Turkish army operations ‘beginning to resemble collective punishment’…

The Turkish military operations backed by curfews in the country’s southeast have begun to resemble “collective punishment,” Amnesty International said on Jan. 20
EU Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn has called for an urgent ceasefire and a return to peace talks, stressing that measures taken by Turkey must be “targeted and proportional” and the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) must lay down its arms
At least 15 institutions and 500 state officers will be reassigned in 90 days in line with the plan of moving Hakkari and Şırnak provincial centrals to Yüksekova and Cizre districts.

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