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[Turkey] A Police State

TURKEY Written by Özgür Altin (RED Movement) Friday, 13 June 2014 22:33 According to the official announcements, 301 mine workers lost their lives in an accident due to the ignorance of the boss and the government in the main coal basin of Turkey, Soma on 13th May. In the early times after the accident occurred, the government’s spokesman tried to …

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HUNDREDS OF MINERS ARE DEAD IN TURKEY! THE BOSSES AND THE GOVERNMENT ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS MASSACRE!

By RED Movement- Turkish section of the  IWL-Fourth International May 14, 2014   On May 13th, Turkey faced a big miners massacre. The mine that is in the miners’ city Soma, based in the west of the country, exploded. Hundreds of workers died. When this article was being written, authorities were saying 232 were dead and hundreds are waiting to …

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[TURKEY] They shoot children for protesting

TURKEY Written by Canan Sagar Friday, 02 May 2014 13:21 Berkin Elvan was 14 years old when he became one of the victims of the police attacks on the Gezi Park resistance that led to the June uprising in Turkey in 2013. The police aimed at the young boy and shot him in the head with a gas cylinder. He …

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June Uprising: “This is Only the Beginning, the Struggle Continues”

Written by Canan Sagar, ISL Friday, 02 August 2013 06:47 Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister of Turkey, insisted that the construction would continue “no matter what” against the aims of the uprising that was trying to stop the destruction of Gezi Park. But the resistance continued – against the government repression from May to July. Erdogan authorised police attacks against thousands …

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Europe is not the only area fighting. Support grows for Kurdish hunger strikers

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