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Turchia: “Erdogan nun ce sta”. Elezioni a Istanbul (dove il suo AKP ha perso ) da ripetere

Erdogan alla fine c’è riuscito: farà ripetere le elezioni a Istanbul dove il suo partito. l’AKP, ha subito una forte sconfitta e fatto tremare la terra sotto lo scranno del Sultano della Fratellanza Musulmana ed ecco che con una decisione non appellabile, i giudici hanno accolto i ricorsi per presunti brogli presentati dalle forze a… Continua a leggere

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Turkey: First of May marked by arrests

Some 127 people were detained attempting to make their way to an unauthorized demonstration at Taksim Square, a traditional focal point of protest in the city, according to Istanbul police, who barricaded nearby roads including the bustling Istiklal Avenue. Protesters were pinned roughly to police vehicles during the arrests, AFP correspondents said, while tourists in… Continua a leggere

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Turchia: Primo Maggio di arresti

Erdogan non riesce più a trattenere il popolo turco che  -come hanno palesemente dimostrato le ultime elezioni amministrative- grida a gran voce il regime change.  La polizia di Istanbul ha arrestato dozzine di persone che stavano cercando di organizzare una manifestazione in occasione del Primo Maggio nella piazza principale di Istanbul, in barba al divieto di… Continua a leggere

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Turkey: deaths and suicides in Erdogan’s jail, where torture is being practiced The latest case of Zaki Hasan, a Palestinian allegedly charged of being a spy, who was found hanging from a door in his solitary cell

The alleged suicide of Zaki Y. M. Hasan, a foreign national who was arrested in Turkey on charges of espionage on behalf of of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is the latest in a series of suspicious deaths in Turkish prisons and detention centers where torture and ill treatment have been widely reported. Hasan was… Continua a leggere

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LIBIA: L’ITALIA PUÒ SVOLGERE UN RUOLO DECISIVO PER LA RICONCILIAZIONE NAZIONALE

    di Souad Sbai Libia, la svolta del governo italiano è finalmente arrivata, come previsto e invocato. Quel “né con al-Sarraj né con Haftar” pronunciato dal premier Giuseppe Conte in quel di Pechino conferma l’acquisizione da parte dell’Esecutivo, della Farnesina e degli apparati di sicurezza della consapevolezza dell’errore di aver riposto la salvaguardia dell’interesse… Continua a leggere

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Libya: Turkey’s role there may become significantly more important

With the civil war in Libya heating up once again, Turkey’s role there may become significantly more important. Turkey supported the NATO operation that helped a popular armed uprising depose Colonel Muammar Gaddafi back in 2011. Since then, Turkey’s policy toward Libya’s subsequent civil war has diverged substantially from that of its Western allies and… Continua a leggere

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Turkey’s role in the destabilization of Libya By sending foreign fighters and weapons, Ankara is backing the terrorist groups and Muslim Brotherhood's militias siding with Al Sarraj against the Libyan National Army

Libyan customs authorities in the Khums seaport seized another cargo of illicit arms and military hardware from Turkey Last week. In a statement released 5 February, the customs authorities said the shipment included nine Toyota Sierra Leone 4X4 armoured assault vehicles and Turkish-made combat tanks. The shipment arrived in the port, located 100 kilometres east… Continua a leggere

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Turkey: former prime minister Davutoğlu accuses Erdogan of dictatorial methods for repressing dissent and freedom of expression The economic crisis is worsening: the currency is at its lowest point in six months

Ahmet Davutoglu, former Turkish Prime Minister, recently criticized President Tayyip Erdogan and the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), blaming both for being behind Turkey’s woes. A former ally of Erdogan, Davutoglu co-founded the AKP party, previously served as its leader, and remains a high-profile member. In a Facebook post, he complained that a security-based… Continua a leggere

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Istanbul: Police block Armenian ‘genocide’ rally

Turkish police on Wednesday blocked protesters trying to hold a commemoration in Istanbul of the 1915 massacres and forced deportation of Armenians. Troops from the Ottoman Empire — which preceded modern-day Turkey — were responsible for mass killing of Armenians, but Turkey has always denied that the incident amounted to genocide. France on Wednesday holds… Continua a leggere

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Francia: prima Giornata della Memoria per ricordare il Genocidio del Popolo Armeno Erdogan furioso

La Francia ha celebrato la sua prima “giornata nazionale di commemorazione del genocidio armeno”, provocando una reazione rabbiosa dal leader turco Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Le truppe dell’impero ottomano – che hanno preceduto la Turchia moderna – furono responsabili di massacri e deportazioni forzate di armeni dal 1915, ma la Turchia ha sempre negato che le… Continua a leggere

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Turkey: Erdogan’s family has been accused of corruption already in the past Erdogan’s son was involved in a wiretap scandal where he received directions from his Sultan-father to hide a large sum of money

Erdogan angrily condemned as fabricated an audio recording that appears to show him talking to his son about hiding large sums of money. He said the recording, allegedly tapped and then posted on social media, was a “treacherous attack”. It appears to reveal Erdogan asking his son Bilal to dispose of millions of euros in… Continua a leggere

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Turkey: after Istanbul and Ankara, Erdogan is losing also his Islamist AK Party Former President Gül & Prime Minister Davutoğlu lead an internal rebellion calling for a new candidate in the next presidential elections

On Monday, a former prime minister and close ally of President Tayyip Erdogan strongly criticized the ruling AKP, blaming policy changes and an alliance with nationalists for its poor performance in Turkey’s local elections last month. In his first major public challenge to Erdogan since leaving office three years ago, Ahmet Davutoglu, an AKP member,… Continua a leggere

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Finance Minister Berat Albayrak and his wife Esra, Erdogan’s daughter, are accused of pursuing personal interests even as the country is sinking into the economic crisis

Turkey’s pro-government press are turning from slamming foreign banks to targeting leading international media outlets after they reported that investors were unimpressed by the presentation of an economic programme by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s son-in-law in the United States last week. The Hürriyet and Sabah newspapers were among publications who hit out at the organisations,… Continua a leggere

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Turkey: police arrest ruling party member, eight others after opposition chief attack

Turkish police on Monday arrested nine people, including a member of the ruling AKP party, after a mob attack on opposition leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu that sparked widespread criticism. Kilicdaroglu, 70, of the Republican People’s Party (CHP) was assaulted on Sunday in a crowd as he attended a funeral in Ankara for a soldier killed fighting… Continua a leggere

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