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Police continue to use excessive force against demonstrators for Berkin

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Istanbul police made no warning before attacking thousands soon after the funeral of 15 year old Berkin Elvan whose death, caused by a tear gas canister fired at him by riot police, has made tens of thousands of people throughout the country pour out into the streets since yesterday. Berkin died early Tuesday morning after remaining in a coma for 269 days since he was shot while on the way to buy bread for his family during Gezi Park protests in June of 2013.

People were out to both protest against the unpunished use of excessive force by police forces protected by the government, and to bid farewell to the young boy who weighed only 16 kilos when he died. Berkin is now the 8th person to have been killed in the Gezi protests.

Demonstrators carried bread and banners which read „Berkin Elvan is immortal“ and „Murderer Erdoğan“, also calling on the government to resign.

Police in Ankara and İzmir had already started to brutalize demonstrators as the funeral took place at Feriköy Cemetery in the afternoon.

Istanbul police started to do the same soon after the funeral at the cemetery ended, denying masses permission to march to Taksim Square where a farewell ceremony with candles and carnations had been scheduled for the evening.

Police attack, and clashes it led to, began in the Osmanbey district and spread to Taksim as people didn‘t leave areas and insisted on marching to the square.

Violent police crackdown continues on Istiklal Avenue now. The chief of police announces that access to the square will not be allowed.

Demonstrators in Mersin, Dersim, Adana and Eskişehir have also been attacked violently by police forces in the evening. Clashes and police attacks continue in many provinces.

ANF

Polizei nimmt Dutzende Demonstranten fest

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In der Türkei flammen die Proteste wieder auf: Tausende gingen in Istanbul und anderen Städten auf die Straße, Steine flogen. Die Polizei reagierte mit Tränengas und Wasserwerfern. Eine türkische Zeitung berichtet von Dutzenden Festnahmen.

Istanbul – Wieder stehen sich in türkischen Städten Demonstranten und Polizei gegenüber: Weil ein Junge, der durch Polizeigewalt seit neun Monaten im Koma lag, am Dienstag starb, gehen die Menschen wieder auf die Straße. Dabei ist es in der Nacht zum Mittwoch offenbar zu Festnahmen gekommen: Bei Einsätzen gegen Demonstranten habe die Polizei erneut Dutzende Menschen festgenommen, meldet die türkische Tageszeitung „Radikal“.

In Istanbul hätten Beamte in der Nacht zum Mittwoch elf Demonstranten, in der Stadt Samsun 20 Protestierer in Gewahrsam genommen. Aus mehreren weiteren Städten sei eine größere Zahl von Festnahmen bekannt, meldet das Blatt.

Berkin Elvan starb nach 269 Tagen im Koma

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Der Junge, dessen Tod der Auslöser der Demonstrationen ist, war im Juni vergangenen Jahres auf dem Höhepunkt der Protestwelle im Gezi-Park von einem Tränengasgeschoss der Polizei am Kopf getroffen worden. Und wieder setzte die Polizei gegen die etwa tausend Protestierenden vor dem Istanbuler Krankenhaus am Dienstag Tränengas und Wasserwerfer ein. In dem Hospital war der Junge Berkin Elvan nach 269 Tagen im Koma gestorben. Protestierende warfen Steine auf einen Polizeibus und entwendeten Helme und Schilde.

Nach der Nachricht vom Tod des Jungen, dessen Schicksal in der Türkei zu einem Symbol für das harte Vorgehen der Polizei gegen die Proteste geworden ist, gab es Demonstrationen in zahlreichen weiteren Städten. In Ankara ging die Polizei mit Tränengas und Wasserwerfern gegen rund tausend Studierende vor der Technischen Universität vor, die mit Fotos des toten Berkin in den Händen eine wichtige Verkehrsader blockierten.

Auf einem zentralen Platz der Hauptstadt versammelten sich weitere Hunderte Demonstranten. Augenzeugen berichteten von mehreren Verletzten in Ankara. Aus Istanbul wurde mindestens ein Verletzter gemeldet.

Berkin Elvan ist das achte Todesopfer der landesweiten Massenproteste gegen die Regierung, unter ihnen ist auch ein Polizist. Zudem wurden bei den Demonstrationen mehr als 8000 Menschen verletzt. Die Wut der Demonstranten hatte sich an einem staatlichen Bauprojekt im zentralen Gezi-Park in Istanbul entzündet, sich dann aber insgesamt gegen die Regierung von Reccep Tayyip Erdogan gewendet.

Der Spiegel

Police attack Karana family waiting for sons‘ bodies

Thousands of people have gathered at Nusaybin border gate to accompany the Karana family who have just arrived at the border gate after receiving the body of actor Mehmet Karana.

YPG (People’s Defense Units) fighter Ömer Karana and his brother Mehmet Karana lost their life in the suicide attack carried out by al-Qaeda linked al-Nusra Front in Tirbesbiyê on Saturday.

Police attacked the mass waiting at the border gate when they reacted to the governor’s instruction for the delivery of Mehmet’s body to Nusaybin state hospital for autopsy.

Police use intense tear gas and pressure water against the people who are responding to the attack with stones.

Mehmet Karana, actor at Cizre Municipality’s Mem û Zin Culture and Art Centre, was on a visit to his brother fighting in YPG ranks, when the suicide attack was carried out.

Karana family arrived in Tirbesbiyê on Sunday for the delivery of their children to their hometown, Şırnak’s Cizre district where all shops remain closed today before the funeral ceremony for the brothers.

ANF

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Nusaybin

Protest against „wall of shame“

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Kurds in Nusaybin once again came out to protest against „wall of shame“

Executives and members of the Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) staged a demonstration against the ‚wall of shame‘ currently being built between Mardin’s Nusaybin district and the Qamishlo city in West Kurdistan.

The demo was joined by a large number of civilians and politicians including BDP Mardin deputy Erol Dora, DTK (Democratic Society Congress) permanent council member Osman Özçelik, mayors of Mardin’s Kızıltepe and Nusaybin districts, city council members and BDP and HDP (People’s Democratic Party) Mardin executives.

Demonstrators marched to the border, the area where the ‚wall of shame‘ is being built, where they held a press conference amid heavy police presence.

Speaking here, BDP Mardin provincial chair Reşat Kaymaz evaluated the construction of the wall as a step sabotaging the ‚resolution and dialogue process‘, and called on the AKP government to end this policy.

Kaymaz underlined that the Kurdish people wanted no walls nor borders in any of the four parts of Kurdistan.

Kaymaz called on the people of Nusaybin to stand against the wall and called for mass participation in the mass demo against the wall to take place on 20 October.

Speaking after, BDP deputy Erol Dora called for the immediate suspension of the wall construction, and warned that such policies and practices would harm the resolution process supported by the peoples in the country.

ANF

Two policemen wounded in Hakkari

Hundreds of youths in the province of Hakkari took to the streets yesterday to protest Tuesday’s attack on the Agit Suruç Martyrs‘ Cemetery in Bendere region near Bagok mountain, in Mardin’s (Mêrdîn) Nusaybin (Nisêbîn) district.

Clashes broke out at the city center after police attacked the mass with armored vehicles late in the evening. Demonstrators set up barricades and responded to the attack with stones and fireworks.

Two policemen were wounded after a molotov cocktail thrown by protestors hit a police panzer during clashes which lasted till late night.

ANF

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Police attack demo in solidarity with Rojava

Police in Şırnak’s Cizre district attacked the celebration organized by Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) district organization to mark the first anniversary of the Rojava revolution in western Kurdistan.

The celebration in the Sur neighborhood started with a concert during which a group of YDG-H (Movement of Patriotic and Revolutionary Youth) staged a torch march to the area, carrying the posters of Kurdish people’s leader Abdullah Öcalan and flags of the PKK (Kurdistan Workers‘ Party).

Police attacked the people in the area during the speech of BDP Cizre chair Baki Katar’s speech, using intense pressure water and tear gas. Youths responded to the police attack, which came without any warning, with stones and fireworks.

Many riot control vehicles were set on fire and police had to withdraw from the area as a result of the resistance by Kurdish protestors who took to the streets to display their solidarity with the people and revolution of Rojava which has been facing attacks by radical Islamist armed groups, al Nusra being in the first place, for the last five days.

The Kurdish region in Syria is currently under the control of Western Kurdistan’s People’s Defense Units (YPG) whose fighters have also took control of the Serekaniye border gate between Rojava and Ceylanpınar (Urfa) on 17 July. One day later, YPG handed over the control of theborder gate to the People’s Assembly of Serekaniye.

ANF

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Auseinandersetzung in Gever / Kurdistan

In Gever (Yüksekova) griff die Polizei eine Presseerklärung, welche der Ortsverband der BDP zum Mord an Medeni Yıldırım abhalten wollte, an. Daraufhin kam es zu Auseinandersetzungen zwischen den Polizeikräften und Jugendlichen, die an der Presseerklärung teilnehmen wollten. Die Polizei setzte Wasserwerfer und Gasgranaten gegen die Menschenmenge ein. Die Menge reagierte mit Steinen und Feuerwerkskörpern. Die Auseinandersetzungen verlagerten sich auf die Seitenstraßen des Orts, und gingen über mehrere Stunden.

ISKU

Istanbul: Polizeiterror im Gezi-Park

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Istanbul heute 01.06.2013

Seit drei Tagen protestieren AktivistInnen von zivilgesellschaftlichen Organisationen und politischen Parteien gegen das geplante Fällen von Bäumen im Gezi-Park in Taksim (Istanbul). Unter den Protestierenden befindet sich auch der BDP-Abgeordnete von Istanbul, Sirri Sürreyya Önder.
Am heutigen Morgen wurde die Menschenmenge unter großem Einsatz von Gasgranaten angegriffen. Mehrere Menschen wurden verletzt. Einem Reporter der Nachrichtenagentur Firat News (ANF) zufolge, ist bei dem Angriff der Polizei ein Mensch in eine Grube gefallen und hat sich beide Arme gebrochen.

Auch der Journalist Ahmet Sik wurde von einer Gasgranate getroffen. Sein Gesundheitszustand sei jedoch stabil. Die Auseinandersetzung mit der Polizei dauert weiter an.

ISKU

Cizre / Nord Kurdistan

Kurdish students attacked at Dicle University

Tension continues at the campus of Dicle University in Diyarbakır where a group, reportedly involving pro-Hezbollah people who aren‘t studying at the university, attacked a group of Kurdish patriotic and left-wing students on Monday.

Hundreds of students have gathered in the campus area today to protest against yesterday’s attack. The protest demo which was also joined by members of Eğitim-Sen union was attacked by police with tear gas as students started to march to the Congress Hall to hold a press conference. Police said they would not allow demonstrators to make a statement or to march in the campus area.

Tear gas was thrown on students with police helicopters as well.

Democratic Society Congress (DTK) co-chair Aysel Tuğluk has also arrived in the campus area for solidarity with students.

ANF

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Tear gas was thrown on students with police helicopters as well.

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Dicle University

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