Turkey detained 17 suspects of links with Kurdistan Workers’ Party

On Friday, November 26, 17 people were detained in Turkey, suspected of having links with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). This was reported on November 26 by CNN Turk TV channel.

According to the source, the men were detained as part of an investigation into the PKK in the southern Turkish province of Adana on the basis of warrants issued by the regional prosecutor’s office.

It is also indicated that the detainees were taken to local police stations and it is added that, according to preliminary data, they all conducted activities on behalf of the PKK and carried out its propaganda on social networks.

As reported IA REGNUM, November 25, the police in the Turkish city of Istanbul used tear gas to disperse a protest rally and a women’s march in the city center

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