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Black Pink Triangle Izmir Association Meets Justice and Development Party Representatives

Source: Eda Ebru Naneci, “AK Parti’den eĹźcinsel açılımı”, (“LGBT Initiative of the AK Party”), egemeclisi.com, 21 January 2015 , http://egemeclisi.com//politika/55300/ak_parti_den_escinsel_acilimi

Siyah Pembe Üçgen (Black Pink Triangle) Izmir Association, a homosexual organization, visited AK Party (Justice and Development Party) Public Relations Vice President Lütfi Tuna in his offices at the Ak Party Izmir Provincial Department. 294 more words

LGBTI Activism

Foreign students express bewilderment over gov’t bid to close Turkish schools

“He stressed that it is impossible to close the Turkish schools in Ghana because those schools already host many Ghanaian students who would stand against any attempt against those schools.” 7 more words

Turkey tells Kurdish rebels to lay down arms in March

“Akdogan said the government remained very optimistic about the prospects for peace with the PKK, which is blacklisted as a terrorist organization by Ankara and its Western allies.” 9 more words

Israel dislike Turkish criticism

“Earlier this month Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu likened his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu to the Islamist militants who killed 17 people in Paris, saying both had committed crimes against humanity.” 6 more words

Erdogan “Will Not Accept” Autonomous Syrian Kurdistan

“Erdogan sees the Democratic Union Party (PYD) as the Syrian branch of the PKK and has repeatedly said that Ankara cannot allow “a terrorist group to establish camps in northern Syria.”” 6 more words

War on terror - without Turkey?

“Criticism is growing in Turkey over the apparent reticence of the West to cooperate with Turkey in the war on terror. There are a number of reasons for this, terrorism experts say.” 6 more words

Turkey: Authoritarian Drift Undermines Rights

“More positively, negotiations proceeded with the imprisoned Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Ă–calan, to end the decades-long armed conflict with the PKK. While the military and the PKK broadly maintained a ceasefire through 2014, about 50 civilians died in violent protests in early October in cities throughout the southeast. 34 more words