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Turkish government refers to the ‘The Following’ TV series to understand “FETÖ”

In Uncategorized on December 9, 2016 at 12:51

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Devlet Bahçeli gazing at photos of HDP deputies in jail...
Devlet Bahçeli gazing at photos of HDP deputies in jail…
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The Following‘ TV series suggested to understand FETÖ, Turkey …

Daily SabahDec 6, 2016
The Following,’ an American television drama series, might be a good example to understand the structure of the FETÖ” the booklet said…
 
A man in the northwestern province of Bursa has promised to give free tombstones away to all people who convert their U.S. dollars into Turkish Liras following a call by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Turkish citizens to convert their foreign currency to lira.
Turkey Blocks – Editorial – Dec 2, 2:54 PM

Internet users in Turkey report that the Wikipedia online encyclopaedia is partly unreachable, or slowed to the point of being unusable, since 1 December 2016. Affected subdomains include the primary English edition and Turkish Vikipedi, as well as

Some 6,087 workers have been killed on the job in the last five years in Turkey, according to Confederation of Merchants and Craftsmen (TESK) chair Bendevi Palandöken
Journalists, teachers, lawyers and intellectuals have been jailed and thrown out of work, but book authors have been largely untouched.

Turkey’s prison population continues to rise

Turkey’s prison population rose by nearly 12 percent in 2015, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) said on Dec. 2
CRNI has called for the release of caricaturist Musa Kart, who is Cumhuriyet Foundation Board Member and has been under arrest over 32 days
The chief adviser for Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu was detained early on Dec. 6 as part of the ongoing investigation into the Gülen movement, which is accused of orchestrating the failed coup attempt of July 15.

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