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Turkish parliament strips pro-Kurdish lawmaker of her status
The Turkish parliament has stripped a lawmaker from the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) of her status for a second time as the Ankara government presses ahead with a clampdown on members of the opposition party.
Turkey sacks two MPs over alleged PKK links
The Turkish parliament has dismissed two pro-Kurdish lawmakers from their legislative position over government allegations that their Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) is affiliated with a local militant group.
Co-leader of Turkey’s main pro-Kurdish party to go on hunger strike
An imprisoned co-leader of Turkey’s main pro-Kurdish party is planning a hunger strike to protest “inhumane” conditions of the jail where he has been held.
Turkey’s pro-Kurdish party leader faces up to 142 years in prison
Turkish prosecutors have called for an imprisonment term of up to 142 years for the co-head of the country’s pro-Kurdish opposition party over alleged charges of links to Kurdish militants.
Protesters raid pro-Kurdish HDP office after deadly bombing in Kayseri
Dozens of angry Turkish protesters have stormed the headquarters of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in the aftermath of a car bomb attack in the country’s central province of Kayseri, which left more than a dozen soldiers dead and many more injured.
Turkish authorities detain two female pro-Kurdish lawmakers
Turkish authorities have arrested two pro-Kurdish lawmakers for alleged links to Kurdish militants.
Turkey stops European MPs from visiting pro-Kurdish HDP head
Turkish authorities have not allowed a group of national European legislators and members of the European Parliament to visit the chairman of the left-wing and pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), who has been held in prison for nearly a month.
Turkey seeks long jail terms, life sentences in pro-Kurdish daily trial: Media reports
Turkish prosecutors are seeking long jail terms or life sentences for nine staff of a now closed pro-Kurdish newspaper on charges of belonging to a terrorist group.
Turkish police detain 24 employees of pro-Kurdish paper
The Turkish Journalists' Association said Wednesday that police had detained 24 employees of the pro-Kurdish newspaper Ozgur Gundem a day after a court ordered its closure over allegations of involvement in "terrorist propaganda."
Istanbul court orders temporary closure of pro-Kurdish paper
A court in Istanbul has ordered the temporary closure of a pro-Kurdish newspaper after accusing it of having links to militants of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
Pro-Kurdish ralliers slam Ankara twin blasts in Germany, France
Pro-Kurdish demonstrators have held rallies in Germany and France to slam the recent bloody bombings in Turkey's capital, Ankara, which killed over 90 people.

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