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🔹 Turkish gov't accused of election fraud
🔹 Turkey silent on German citizen killed in combat with Turkish forces
🔹 Hunger strike for Öcalan enters 24th day
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Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has been moving thousands of young male voters into areas where they could influence the outcome of local elections scheduled for March, according to a pro-Kurdish opposition party official.
The German government has admitted to receiving no response from Turkey or Iraq regarding the death of German national Thomas Spies in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Questions have been raised in the Bundestag about the use of German arms in the region.
A hunger strike demanding the release of PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan and a solution to the Kurdish question has reached its 24th day in Turkish prisons. Relatives of prisoners have launched an associated letter campaign.
Turkey’s Gendarmerie General Command has sued a Kurdish family for damages incurred in a 2019 operation against the People’s Defence Forces (HPG), in which the father of the family was killed.
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