Four people have been killed in Turkey’s Kurdish-majority Batman province following severe flooding on Sunday. Among the deceased are three young siblings, all under the age of ten.
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A new indictment has been levelled against Ogün Samast, just released from prison after serving 16 years for the 2007 murder of Hrant Dink, editor-in-chief of the Armenian Agos newspaper.
New York City Mayor has showed a suspicious involvement with Turkey, facilitating a request from the Turkish consulate to expedite the approval process for occupancy of the Turkevi Centre in New York, the incident triggered an ongoing FBI corruption investigation.
In other news, a protest convoy entitled the ‘Freedom March’ has continued despite arrests, reaching Gemlik, a Turkish town from which boats leave to Abdullah Öcalan’s İmralı Island prison, in order to demand the freedom of the jailed Kurdistan Workers’ Party leader.
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