Turkish regime’s mass arrests of pro-peace people

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This video from Germany says about itself:

27 January 2018

5,000 protesters took to the streets of Cologne on Saturday, in a nationwide demonstration to condemn Turkey’s ongoing Operation ‘Olive Branch’ against the Kurdish enclave of Afrin in northern Syria.

Protesters marched through the city and held banners reading “We are all Afrin” and “In Afrin, humanity will be defended”, amongst others.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

More than 300 arrests in Turkey after criticism on social media

Today, 15:14

Turkey has arrested more than 300 people who have criticized the Turkish army offensive in northwestern Syria on social media . The arrests have been made since Operation ‘Olive branch’ began ten days ago. Among the arrested people are politicians, journalists and activists.

The Turkish authorities warn that anyone who criticizes the military operation or distributes [so called] fake news about it will be persecuted. …

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