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Binlerce sağlık çalışanının işlerinden tasfiyesi ve Doktor Umut’un hikayesi…

Türkiyedeki cadı avının başlamasından sonra Sağlık Bakanlığı, devlet çalışanlarının işlerinden toplu olarak tasfiyesi kapsamında, birçok hekimide içeren 7.500’den fazla sağlık çalışanının görevlerinden alındığını açıkladı.
Tasfiye, işten çıkarılan hekimlerin ve sağlık çalışanlarının, hükümet tarafından şeytanlaştırılmasından ve isimlerinin medyada yer almasından sonra yeni iş bulmada zorlandıkları için yıkıcı sonuçlar doğurdu.
Uluslararası Af Örgütü, Türk kamu sektörü çalışanlarının kitlesel işten çıkarılmalarına, yaşamları ve geçim kaynakları üzerinde yıkıcı bir etkisi olduğundan dolayı “profesyonel bir imha” adını verdi.

Bununla birlikte, Stockholm Center of Freedom (SCF) tarafından yapılan araştırmalar neticesinde, doktorların, tıp profesörlerinin, hemşirelerin, sağlık teknisyenlerinin ve hastane personellerinin de dahil olduğu 21.000’den fazla sağlık çalışanının şimdiye kadar devlet hastaneleri, Tıp fakülteleri ve sağlık kuruluşlarından işten çıkarıldığını göstermektedir .

Doktor Umut’un hikâyesi, Erdoğan rejiminin siyasi temizliğinin yıkıcı sonuçlarına ışık tutmaktadır.

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Purge of Thousands of Health Care Professionals and Doctor Umut

The Ministry of Health has announced that more than 7,500 health care professionals including many physicians have been dismissed within the scope of a mass purge of government employees from their jobs. The purge has resulted in devastating consequences for dismissed physicians as they face hardship in finding a new position after being demonized by the government and their names plastered all over the media. Amnesty International called the mass dismissal of Turkish public sector workers a “professional annihilation” that has a catastrophic impact on their lives and livelihoods.

However, research carried out by the Stockholm
Center for Freedom (SCF) shows that over 21,000 health care professionals
including doctors, medical professors, nurses, technicians and hospital staff have
thus far been dismissed from public and private hospitals as well as medical schools and associations.

Doctor Umut’s story shed light on the devastating consequences of those political purges by Erdogan’s regime.

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Academic Purge and Brain Drain of Turkey by SRW

Academic Purge and Brain Drain of Turkey. It started long before Turkey’s July 15, 2016 botched coup attempt. Slowly but steadily, young professionals, entrepreneurs, engineers, academics and new graduates started leaving their home country in search of a better future.
5,882 academics and 1,372 administrative personnel have been dismissed at universities as part of the Turkish government’s post-coup crackdown.

Over 2,300 have been fired for alleged links to the July 15 coup attempt, while 15 private universities linked to the Gulen movement have been closed down.

This video was prepared by Scholars Right Watch (SRW)

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Children and their Mothers are Prisoners of Conscience in Turkey

One of the most alarming actions of the Turkish authorities is the incarceration of women who are pregnant or have just given birth. Some are incarcerated with their children and others violently separated from them. At this moment, seven hundred forty-three (743) children under the age of six are in jails across Turkey with their mothers, detained or arrested as part of the government crackdown on its dissidents. One hundred forty-nine (149) of these children are infants under a year old. “This is simply outrageous, utterly cruel, and surely cannot have anything whatsoever to do with making the country safer” as the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein” also emphasized.

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Kurdish Politician Says Erdogan Behind Latest Crackdown

Co-Chair of pro-Kurdish People’s Democracy Party (HDP) pointed to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as someone who pulled the strings behind a massive crackdown that targeted more than a 100 politicians and journalists in the latest wave last week.

In simultaneous raids, the Turkish police raided offices and houses of tens of politicians linked with HDP and a group of journalists in the southeastern province of Diyarbakir and other cities. The clampdown has aroused international and national criticism.

Sezai Temelli accused Erdogan of giving the order for the latest move that inflicted a new blow to the party already bleeding in the face of incessant waves of the crackdown. Former co-chairs Selahattin Demirtas and Figen Yuksekdag were imprisoned in late 2016 and are still in jail over terrorism charges. Thousands of party members have been jailed over similar charges.

This week saw another phase. The Turkish government has already taken over the administrations of more than 100 Kurdish-run municipalities. The president has repeatedly shown no signs of backing down and signaled a further escalation of crackdown amid armed clashes between Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and the Turkish security forces.

A fragile truce between the PKK and the Turkish military collapsed in 2015 and renewed urban fighting gave Erdogan additional tools and excuse to crack down on the Kurdish political party which he portrays as the political wing of the armed militants.

The HDP rejects such blanket definitions and refuses association with PKK, which has been fighting the Turkish state since the early 1980s to carve out an autonomous zone for self-governance in southeastern Turkey.

A round of peace negotiations in 2015 came to an abrupt end when Erdogan’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) lost its majority in Parliament in June 7 elections. When Demirtas cruised HDP to Parliament after an upsetting electoral victory that denied AKP the chance to form another single-party government. HDP’s unexpected triumph appeared to be a turning point after the president altered his policy course regarding the Kurdish conflict and adopted a security-first approach to resolving the decades-old issue.

The military solution, although tried during countless different governments over the past four decades, has ultimately proved to be elusive and untenable. The latest bout of violence reduced cities to rubble in many parts of southeastern Turkey, leading to the displacement of nearly half a million people. Both Human Rights Watch and the United Nations well documented the scale of devastation that swept the entire region, revealing the scope of its social and economic cost in fullest form.

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Denied Early Medical Treatment, Turkish Man Dies After Released From Prison

Mehmet Ozbir, 41, died of cancer shortly after he was released in prison, adding to an already growing toll of deaths took place when authorities refused to released terminally ill prisoners in the aftermath of the 2016 coup.

The health condition of Ozbir, a businessman of modest scale from Alasehir district in the western province of Manisa, steadily worsened in recent months. He was imprisoned as part of a sweeping crackdown on people affiliated with Gulen Movement in the aftermath of the coup attempt.

The businessman was imprisoned in pretrial detention for 17 months before his release. The denial of proper medical treatment and the refusal by authorities to release him on time only exacerbated his situation.

One of his arms was amputated because the medical treatment was provided so late. When his health state worsened, the prison officials agreed to his release to avoid any responsibility in the case of his death.

Despite efforts by doctors in recent weeks, Ozbir succumbed to worsening cancer in the hospital.

His death reveals an acute problem in Turkish prisons. There are tens of people who died because of denial of access to medical treatment in prison. Ozbir’s case is only the latest example in this regard.

Ozbir was imprisoned over an anonymous tip and for his membership in ASIAD, a non-profit business organization affiliated with Gulen Movement in Alasehir.

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Disappearance of Saudi Journalist in Istanbul Consulate Stuns Whole World

The disappearance or alleged murder of a critical Saudi journalist in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul has created shockwaves across the world and sent a chilling echo for other Saudi dissidents across the region.

According to the Turkish authorities, Jamal Khashoggi has been killed by Saudi agents and his body was dismembered. Riyadh has categorically denied those allegations and pledged to work with the Turkish officials for a robust and thorough investigation to enlighten the incident.

The international community, already dismayed and alarmed by acts of the increasing violence against members of the media world, is, quite understandably, rattled by the startling case of Khashoggi. And it came after INTERPOL’s Chinese president’s arrest in China, adding a new layer of anxiety over the international fallout of domestic political score-settling.

If the Turkish claims about murder are true, it represents completely a new phase in the crackdown on critical journalists. The venue of the incident, a consulate, serves as a stark reminder for dissidents living abroad about the stakes of any form of engagement or contact with an official body of their home country. No critic would feel safe to enter a consulate or a diplomatic compound of a given country, without having second thoughts after the Khashoggi incident.

The Turkish government appeared appalled and therefore reacted in indignation against the Saudi act breaching diplomatic norms in blatant disregard of the friendly relationship that mostly defined the nature of bilateral ties between the two powers of the Middle East.

Still, the case remains to be a matter of puzzling mystery, with both Turkish and Saudi sides lacking credibility to bolster their narratives. While pro-government media and some anonymous Turkish security sources were quick to squarely pin the blame on the Kingdom, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has struck a measured and cautious tone, refraining from finger-pointing at Riyadh.

Khashoggi was last seen on Saturday. His fiancee Hatice Cengiz told media that he went to the Consulate but never showed up again. The Turkish media released video footage of a group of people believed to be Saudi agents were specifically assigned by Riyadh to kill and remove the journalist’s body. But the Turkish authorities did never offer evidence to back up their claims, while the Saudi side also stumbled in its account of the story by failing to prove Khashoggi’s departure from the Consulate via camera footage.

The issue has expectedly unsettled Turkey’s political landscape and created an uproar. But,
considering Turkey’s own dismal record in mind, Ankara’s concerns for morality and norms ring hollow and seem self-contradictory. Steven Cook, writing for Foreign Policy, addressed such moral contradictions in a recent op-ed.

Not long ago, Turkey’s intelligence operatives, in cooperation with local security agency, conducted a bold operation in Moldova to snatch a group of teachers linked with a civil society movement critical of President Erdogan’s rule.

Here a question emerges. Where did the Saudi regime get such confidence to push the boundaries of handling with critics with that extreme path? The question appears more pertinent after bearing Turkey’s similar operations in mind. It is no exaggeration, after all, to meditate that it was Ankara’s brutal clampdown on opponents at home and abroad with all means available that would have encouraged Riyadh to execute the murder or steered the disappearance act in its consulate in Turkey, but not somewhere else.

In this respect, Turkey’s own practices might plausibly have emboldened Saudi Arabia. Turkey used its own embassy in Kosovo to spirit Gulen-affiliated teachers away from the country. Similar methods also took place in Ukraine, Pakistan, Malaysia and Gabon where Turkey’s diplomatic compounds served as launchpads for conducting operations. Both Ankara’s use of its diplomatic facilities as a cover to disguise its intelligence operations and the disappearance of a journalist in Saudi Consulate in Istanbul mark a new step in countries’ zealous haunt for critics living abroad.

For dissidents, as Cook and all other commentators opined, the message is disheartening and worrisome. Nowhere is safe for free-minded and critical people. The whole world, especially the Western countries with strong democratic traditions, must lend additional voice to condemn, denounce and criticize the disappearance of the Saudi journalist at a diplomatic compound.

Unless the whole world unites in their strong condemnation, the Istanbul incident would set a terrible precedent for future behaviors of autocratic governments in dealing with dissident citizens abroad.

In conclusion, an act of crackdown, overseas operations to target dissidents abroad and the use of diplomatic compounds for such operations would no doubt set an example or a source of inspiration for other authoritarian regimes to follow through. In Istanbul, all contours of such a possibility were abundantly present and pointed. To stop this learning process through copy-past practices from one another’s authoritarian playbook, a collective international response and cooperation is a must, and a long overdue effort that is urgently needed to be employed.

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Story of Gokhan Acikkollu

Animatic story of Turkish teacher Gokhan Acikkollu who was tortured to death under police custody in Turkey.

Video prepared by Huddled Masses.

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AST Turkey’s Human Rights Violations Weekly Feb 19

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Turkey’s Human Rights Violations | 2/12/2018-2/19/2018

1-“Turkey detained 666 people so far for opposing Afrin operation: data”
https://turkeypurge.com/turkey-detained-666-people-far-opposing-afrin-operation-dat

2-“568 people detained over Gülen links in past week: gov’t”
https://turkeypurge.com/568-people-detained-gulen-links-past-week-govt

3-“UK-educated computer science professor, jailed for 13 months, dies of liver cancer”
https://turkeypurge.com/uk-educated-computer-science-professor-jailed-13-months-dies-liver-cancer

4-“Turkish court sentences wife of alleged coup plotter to 18 years in prison”
https://turkeypurge.com/turkish-court-sentences-wife-alleged-coup-plotter-18-years-prison

5-“Turkey now demands 10 years for pro-Kurdish HDP co-chairperson”
https://turkeypurge.com/turkey-now-demands-10-years-pro-kurdish-hdp-co-chairperson

6-“Turkey hands down prison sentences to 205 alleged coup plotters in Ankara: report”
https://turkeypurge.com/turkey-hands-prison-sentence-205-alleged-coup-plotters-ankara-report

7-“Teacher, 2 children dead, 5 others missing in attempt to escape Turkey’s post-coup crackdown”
https://turkeypurge.com/teacher-2-children-dead-while-4-others-missing-after-failed-attempt-to-escape-turkeys-post-coup-crackdown-to-greece

8-“Purge-victim architect detained for refusing to stand for Turkey’s national anthem: report”
https://turkeypurge.com/purge-victim-architect-detained-refusing-stand-turkeys-national-anthem-report

9-“Opposition deputy gets 5 years, 10 months in prison: report”
https://turkeypurge.com/opposition-deputy-gets-5-years-10-months-prison-report

10-“73-year old human rights advocate detained for opposing Turkey’s Afrin operation: son”
https://turkeypurge.com/73-year-old-human-rights-advocate-detained-opposing-turkeys-afrin-operation-son

11-“Turkish police raid pro-Kurdish publishing house in Diyarbakır: report”
https://turkeypurge.com/turkish-police-raid-pro-kurdish-publishing-house-diyarbakir-report

12-“24-year-old Boğaziçi University student arrested over Gülen links”
https://turkeypurge.com/24-year-old-bogazici-university-student-arrested-gulen-links

13-“7 executives from exporters’ union under custody for depositing money in Bank Asya”
https://turkeypurge.com/7-executives-exporters-union-custody-depositing-money-bank-asya

14-“[VIDEO] Warrants issued for 9 more Boydak family members: 6 detained”
https://turkeypurge.com/video-warrants-issued-9-boydak-family-members-6-detained

15-“Folk band Grup Yorum members in ‘wanted terrorists’ list”
https://turkeypurge.com/folk-band-grup-yorum-members-wanted-terrorists-list

16-“Turkey’s top appeal court says Bank Asya depositors ‘terrorist’”
https://turkeypurge.com/turkeys-top-appeal-court-says-bank-asya-depositors-terrorist

17-“Education Ministry cancels licenses of 1,272 educators on terror charges: report”
https://turkeypurge.com/education-ministry-cancels-licenses-1272-educators-terror-charges-report

18-“8,480 Turkish nationals sought asylum in Germany in 2017: report”
https://turkeypurge.com/8480-turkish-nationals-sought-asylum-germany-2017-report

19-“Turkish judicial board suspends another 17 judges, prosecutors”
https://turkeypurge.com/turkish-judicial-board-suspends-another-17-judges-prosecutors

20-“Turkey’s judiciary must protect rule of law, says Europe diplomat”
https://www.ft.com/content/11793664-12ac-11e8-940e-08320fc2a277

21-“Turkey blocks access to Furkan news portal on terror charges”
https://turkeypurge.com/turkey-blocks-access-furkan-news-portal-terror-charges

22-“HDP deputy to be stripped of parliamentary status for insulting Erdoğan”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/16/hdp-deputy-to-be-stripped-of-parliamentary-status-for-insulting-erdogan/

23-“CoE’s Jagland criticizes Turkish gov’t over human rights violations”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/18/coes-jagland-criticizes-turkish-govt-over-human-rights-violations/

24-“Yücel: I was released with a ruling ordering me to stay in prison”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/17/yucel-i-was-released-with-a-ruling-ordering-me-to-stay-in-prison/

25-“OSCE, UN representatives: Life sentences for Turkish journalists an attack on freedom of expression”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/17/osce-un-representatives-life-sentences-for-turkish-journalists-an-attack-on-freedom-of-expression/

26-“6 journalists including Altan brothers given aggravated life sentences”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/16/6-journalists-including-altan-brothers-given-aggravated-life-sentences/

27-“Slain general’s widow sentenced to 18 years”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/12/slain-generals-widow-sentenced-to-18-years/

28-“US politician describes her visit to Turkish refugees in Greece”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/12/us-politician-describes-her-visit-to-turkish-refugees-in-greece/

29-“EP’s Harms to visit jailed Turkish teacher in Georgia for second time”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/14/eps-harms-to-visit-jailed-turkish-teacher-in-georgia-for-second-time/

30-“Zaman employee says facing life sentence due to a TV commercial”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/14/zaman-employee-says-facing-life-sentence-due-to-a-tv-commercial/

31-“Altans’ lawyer tells judges ignoring top court’s ruling could lead to expulsion from post”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/16/altans-lawyer-tells-judges-ignoring-top-courts-ruling-could-lead-to-expulsion-from-post/

32-“Journalist recounts flight from post-coup crackdown in Turkey”
https://www.turkishminute.com/2018/02/12/journalist-recounts-flight-from-post-coup-crackdown-in-turkey/

33-“Syrian Kurdish Groups Claim Turkish Army Hit Village In Afrin With Suspected Gas”
https://stockholmcf.org/syrian-kurdish-groups-claim-turkish-army-hit-village-in-afrin-with-suspected-gas/

34-” Turkish Court Rules For Continuation Of Former HDP Co-Chair Demirtaş’s Imprisonment”
https://stockholmcf.org/turkish-court-rules-for-continuation-of-former-hdp-co-chair-demirtass-imprisonment/ulen-links/

35-“Jailed Turkish Air Forces’ Colonel Reportedly Losses His Life In İstanbul’s Silivri Prison Because Of Negligence”
https://stockholmcf.org/jailed-turkish-air-forces-colonel-losses-his-life-in-prison-because-of-negligence/

36-“Int’l Press And Human Rights Bodies Slam Turkish Court’s Rule Of Aggravated Life Sentences For Prominent Journalists”
https://stockholmcf.org/intl-press-bodies-slam-turkish-courst-rule-of-aggravated-life-sentences-for-prominent-journalists/

37-“Turkish Family Still Missing After Capsized Boat Incident On Turkish-Greek Border”
https://stockholmcf.org/members-of-dogan-family-who-were-on-the-same-boat-capsized-as-crossing-river-on-turkish-greek-border-couldnt-be-reached/

38-“Turkey Witnesses Yet Another Family Tragedy Under Rule Of Emergency Over Alleged Links To Gülen Movement”
https://stockholmcf.org/turkey-witnesses-yet-another-family-tragedy-under-rule-of-emergency-over-alleged-links-to-gulen-movement/

39-“Murat Belge, A Renowned Turkish Academic, Leaving Turkey As ‘Scholar At Risk’”
https://stockholmcf.org/murat-belge-a-renowned-turkish-academic-leaving-turkey-as-scholar-at-risk/

40-“15-Year Prison Sentence Sought For Turkish Journalist Who Founded Two National News Channel”
https://stockholmcf.org/15-year-prison-sentence-sought-for-turkish-journalist-who-founded-two-national-news-channel/

41-“Famous Turkish Businessman Hosta Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison Over His Alleged Gülen Links”
https://stockholmcf.org/famous-turkish-businessman-hosta-sentenced-10-years-in-prison-over-his-alleged-gulen-links/

42-“UK high court refuses Turkey extradition due to overcrowded prisons”
https://www.theguardian.com/law/2018/feb/15/uk-high-court-refuses-turkey-extradition-due-to-overcrowded-prisons

43-“Human Rights Watch sees no end to Turkish crackdown”
https://ahvalnews.com/press-freedom/human-rights-watch-sees-no-end-turkish-crackdown

Türkiye tarafından işlenenen İnsan Hakları İhlalleri | 2/12/2018-2/19/2018

1-“Türkiye’den Almanya’ya iltica başvuruları arttı”
http://www.dw.com/tr/t%C3%BCrkiyeden-almanyaya-iltica-ba%C5%9Fvurular%C4%B1-artt%C4%B1/a-42617056?maca=tur-rss-tur-pol-ger-3312-xml-mrss

2-“Boydak Ailesine soykırım!”
http://aktifhaber.com/iskence/boydak-ailesine-soykirim-h112433.html

3-“Avrupa’dan gazetecilere verilen müebbete tepki: Türkiye’yi ekonomik olarak cezalandırın!”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/avrupadan-gazetecilere-verilen-muebbete-tepki-turkiyeyi-ekonomik-olarak-cezalandirin-h112432.html

4-“Cem Özdemir: Türkiye’de hiçbir şey doğru yürümüyor”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/cem-ozdemir-turkiyede-hicbir-sey-dogru-yurumuyor-h112427.html

5-“İşadamı Hidayet Kadiroğlu’na Bankasya’ya para yatırdığı iddiasıyla yakalama kararı”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/isadami-hidayet-kadirogluna-bankasyaya-para-yatirdigi-iddiasiyla-yakalama-karari-h112423.html

6-“Beştepe Sarayı’na komşu işkence merkezi”
http://aktifhaber.com/analiz/bestepe-sarayina-komsu-iskence-merkezi-h112414.html

7-“‘Niye çıktım, bir sene önce neden tutuklandım, bilmiyorum’”
http://aktifhaber.com/medya/niye-ciktim-bir-sene-once-neden-tutuklandim-bilmiyorum-h112413.html

8-“‘Niye çıktım, bir sene önce neden tutuklandım, bilmiyorum’”
http://aktifhaber.com/iskence/cezaevinde-insalik-disi-muamele-tutuklunun-sirtinda-sandalye-kirdilar-h112286.html

9-“Foto Muhabiri Çağdaş Erdoğan: 4 polis tarafından çırılçıplak soyulup işkenceye uğradım!”
http://aktifhaber.com/iskence/foto-muhabiri-cagdas-erdogan-4-polis-tarafindan-cirilciplak-soyulup-iskenceye-ugradim-h112231.html

10-“Cemaat üyesi olmakla suçlandı; hamileyken cezaevine girdi ve ikizlerini kaybetti”
http://aktifhaber.com/iskence/cemaat-uyesi-olmakla-suclandi-hamileyken-cezaevine-girdi-ve-ikizlerini-kaybetti-h112187.html

11-“Polis’in tutuklattığı Selma Polat’a 7 yıl 7 ay 7 gün hapis cezası”
http://aktifhaber.com/iskence/polisin-tutuklattigi-selma-polata-7-yil-7-ay-7-gun-hapis-cezasi-h112178.html

12-“Erdoğan rejiminin cezaevinde kanser ettiği genç akademisyen hayatını kaybetti”
http://aktifhaber.com/iskence/erdogan-rejiminin-cezaevinde-kanser-ettigi-genc-akademisyen-hayatini-kaybetti-h112130.html

13-“Semih Terzi’nin eşi ‘Sippenhaft’ uygulamasıyla hapis cezasına çarptırıldı”
http://aktifhaber.com/iskence/semih-terzinin-esi-sippenhaft-uygulamasiyla-hapis-cezasina-carptirildi-h112121.html

14-“Afrin operasyonundan dolayı mahkuma dayak attılar”
http://aktifhaber.com/iskence/afrin-operasyonundan-dolayi-mahkuma-dayak-attilar-h112094.html

15-“Erdoğan Türkiye’sinde siyah transportların sırrı ne?”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/erdogan-turkiyesinde-siyah-transportlarin-sirri-ne-h112395.html

16-“3. havalimanı inşaatında çoğu iş cinayeti sümen altı ediliyor”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/3-havalimani-insaatinda-cogu-is-cinayeti-sumen-alti-ediliyor-h112342.html

17-“Roboskililer 320 haftadır adalet bekliyor”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/roboskililer-320-haftadir-adalet-bekliyor-h112332.html

18-“Aram Yayınevi’nin ofisine polis baskınında kapılar balyozla kırıldı”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/aram-yayinevinin-ofisine-polis-baskininda-kapilar-balyozla-kirildi-h112312.html

19-“Bandırma Cezaevi’nde işkence: Dövülen tutsaklar kan kusuyor”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/bandirma-cezaevinde-iskence-dovulen-tutsaklar-kan-kusuyor-h112339.html

20-“Hapishanelerde büyüyen çocuklar ABD medyasında geniş yer buldu”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/hapishanelerde-buyuyen-cocuklar-abd-medyasinda-genis-yer-buldu-h112303.html

21-“Tutuklular, gardiyanlardan gördüğü şiddetten dolayı yürüyemiyor”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/tutuklular-gardiyanlardan-gordugu-siddetten-dolayi-yuruyemiyor-h112274.html

22-“AYM bireysel başvuru istatistiklerini açıkladı: Yargı var adalet yok”
http://aktifhaber.com/gundem/aym-bireysel-basvuru-istatistiklerini-acikladi-yargi-var-adalet-yok-h112269.html

23-“‘Türkiye’de kalmaktansa, Atina’da aç kalmayı tercih ettik’”
http://www.kronos.news/tr/turkiyede-kalmaktansa-yunanistanda-ac-kalmayi-tercih-ettik/

24-“Washington Post’tan Yazıcı’ya destek”
http://www.kronos.news/tr/yabanci-meslektaslarindan-fevzi-yaziciya-dayanisma-mesajlari/

25-“Engelli oğlunu öldürüp intihar eden kadın toprağa verildi”
http://www.kronos.news/tr/engelli-oglunu-oldurup-intihar-eden-kadin-topraga-verildi/

26-“‘Meriç’te can verenler Tayyip Erdoğan’ın kurbanları’”
http://www.kronos.news/tr/mericte-can-verenler-tayyip-erdoganin-kurbanlari/

27-“Darbe davasında gazetecilere ağırlaştırılmış müebbet”
http://www.kronos.news/tr/darbe-davasinda-gazetecilere-agirlastirilmis-muebbet/

28-“Meclis’te bir ilk: Erdoğan’a hakaret suçlamasıyla vekilliği düşürülecek”
http://www.kronos.news/tr/mecliste-bir-ilk-erdogana-hakaret-suclamasiyla-vekilligi-dusurulecek/

29-“63 harp okulu öğrencisi için müebbet istemi”
http://www.kronos.news/tr/63-harp-okulu-ogrencisi-icin-muebbet-istemi/

30-“TOMA’nın ezerek öldürdüğü vatandaş kusurlu bulundu”
http://www.kronos.news/tr/tomanin-ezerek-oldurdugu-vatandas-kusurlu-bulundu/

31-“Engelli oğlunu öldürüp intihar eden kadın toprağa verildi”
http://www.kronos.news/tr/engelli-oglunu-oldurup-intihar-eden-kadin-topraga-verildi/

32-“Erdoğan’dan partisinin ‘KHK eleştirileri’ne: Hayat risktir”
http://www.diken.com.tr/erdogandan-partisinin-khk-elestirilerine-hayat-risktir/

33-“Beş yaşındaki çocuk üzerine 500 kiloluk reklam panosu düşünce öldü, sorumlu yok!”
http://www.diken.com.tr/bes-yasindaki-cocuk-uzerine-500-kiloluk-reklam-panosu-dusunce-oldu-sorumlu-ortada-yok/

34-“AP’de Türkiye’ye insan hakları ve Afrin eleştirisi”
http://www.dw.com/tr/apde-t%C3%BCrkiyeye-insan-haklar%C4%B1-ve-afrin-ele%C5%9Ftirisi/a-42474407

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