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Tuesday, 6 April, 2021 , 15:53
Tuesday, 23 Mars, 2021 , 14:42
A Kurdish man was killed in a police shooting on Monday on Khorramabad Road in western Iran. According to Hengaw Kurdish website, the man was identified as Mohammad Sadeghi.
Tuesday, 16 Mars, 2021 , 17:00
The main trial of jailed politician Selahattin Demirtaş continued at the Ankara 19th Heavy Penal Court. Handing down its judgement on this case, the ECtHR previously gave a ruling of right violation and immediate release.
Tuesday, 16 Mars, 2021 , 15:42
(Istanbul) – Any move by Turkey’s parliament to use an opposition politician’s wrongful conviction for a social media post as a pretext to strip him of his parliamentary seat and jail him would compound the serious violation of his right to freedom of expression and violate the voters’ right to choose their representatives, Human Rights Watch said today.
Wednesday, 3 Mars, 2021 , 17:11
Council of Europe Body Should Require Turkey to Implement Demirtaş Judgment
Monday, 22 February, 2021 , 14:47
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey’s top appeals court approved a jail sentence against a lawmaker from the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) on terrorism charges, state media said on Friday, potentially opening the way to him being barred from parliamentary membership.
Tuesday, 16 February, 2021 , 15:51
An Iranian court has sentenced Kurdish female civil rights activist Zahra Mohammadi to five years in prison for teaching Kurdish language in the Kurdish region of Iran, sources have told the Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN).
Wednesday, 10 February, 2021 , 16:33
Rudaw.net | By Sura Ali
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region— A young Kurdish man was tortured and killed three days after being detained by police in Tehran, the Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) reported on Tuesday.
Friday, 5 February, 2021 , 16:20
| Feb. 1, 2021
Bogazici University in Istanbul has long been a target of religious conservatives who deplore its liberal attitudes.
Students and professors at Bogazici University, one of Turkey’s most well-known institutions, are protesting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s appointment of a new rector.
Thursday, 7 January, 2021 , 18:04
Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has cast the Boğaziçi University protestors as being linked to “terror groups.” “Turkish police did the right thing by not allowing terrorism-linked illegal groups that tried to enter the university and are not from Boğaziçi [University],” Soylu said on Jan. 6. In similar remarks, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's staunch ally Devlet Bahçeli accused the protestors of “being pawns of terrorism.”