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🔸 Turkish and Israeli presidents accuse one another of terrorism
🔸 Convicted murderer released in Turkey
🔸 Turkish Parliament erupts in conflict
🔸 Israel published misattributed photo#MedyaNewshttps://t.co/yRRh1R9BQU pic.twitter.com/sBzJhNoMz5
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The release of Ogün Samast, convicted for the brutal murder of renowned Armenian journalist Hrant Dink in 2007, has sparked outrage in Turkey. Many opposition MPs have reacted with dismay and disbelief.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu exchanged accusations over their respective countries’ actions against Kurds and Palestinians
Turkish Parliament erupted in a heated dispute between Devlet Bahçeli, leader of far-right Nationalist Movement Party, and an MP from Turkey’s Pro-Kurdish Opposition Party. An infamous mafia boss weighed in on the conflict and threatened the Kurdish MP.
A war crime, which Israel had attributed to Hamas has been debunked by journalist Max Blumenthal, editor of Grayzone News, who traced the photo Israel used as evidence a Japanese website dated May 2023.
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