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❶ Iran: Second protester hanged
❷ Prosecutor seeks to close Pro-Kurdish party
❸ Russian officials try to halt invasion
❹ Crowds demand democracy in Iran
❺ Turkey threatens Greece with new missileshttps://t.co/22hYsIzrFC pic.twitter.com/LreZTEn25p
— MedyaNews (@1MedyaNews) December 13, 2022
A second protester has been executed in The Islamic Republic of Iran after being arrested only 23 days prior. At least 27 other protesters are believed to be awaiting the death sentence. In response thousands took to the streets of Sydney Australia demanding democracy in Iran.
Prosecutors in Turkey are attempting to forcibly close the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party and ban 500 members of the party from politics, ahead of the country’s 2023 presidential elections.
Moscow is trying to convince Ankara to abandon plans of a ground invasion into North East Syria according Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov.
In other news, President Erdoğan claims that Greece has been sent into a state of panic after saying that Turkey has begun the construction of Typhoon missiles which could reach Athens.
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