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Turkey orders arrests over 2014 Kurdish protests

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Turkey orders arrests over 2014 Kurdish protests

Turkey orders arrests over 2014 Kurdish protests

Turkish authorities have ordered the arrest of 82 people including members of a pro-Kurdish opposition party.

The warrants are in relation to violent protests from 2014 against the siege by Islamic State of the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani.

Adam Reed reports


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