Turquie

Turquie. Des manifestants jugés, des policiers impunis

Un an après le début du mouvement du parc Gezi, l’approche du gouvernement face aux manifestations est toujours aussi violente, dans un contexte d’impunité endémique envers les abus policiers, écrit Amnesty International dans un rapport publié mardi 10 juin. -La répression des manifestations pacifiques et le recours excessif à la force par la police se poursuivent sans relâche un an après les manifestations du parc Gezi ;

Turkey: Demonstrators on trial, police unpunished - 10 juin 2014

Headline Title:  Turkey: Demonstrators on trial, police unpunished One year on from the Gezi Park protests, the government’s approach to demonstrations is as abusive as ever while impunity for police violence is rampant, Amnesty International said in a report publ One year on from the Gezi Park protests, the government’s approach to demonstrations is as abusive as ever while impunity for police violence is rampant. Media Node:  turkey Turkey En un coup d'œil:   The repression of peaceful protest and the use of abusive force by police continues unabated one year after the Gezi Park protestsAcross Turkey, more than 5,500 people have been prosecuted in connection with the Gezi Park protestsOnly five prosecutions have been brought against nine police officers, despite hundreds of complaints of police abusesMedical associations, doctors and other civil servants have faced sanction for their alleged support for the protestsSocial media users are on trial for sharing information about the protestsNew laws restrict access to social media and criminalize the provision of emergency medical care during protests Twitter Tag:  turkey Story Location:  Reino Unido 41° 6' 48.6108" N, 28° 54' 57.6576" E See map: Google Maps “One year on from the Gezi Park protests, the Turkish authorities seem to be firmly set on the path of intolerance, conflict and polarization.” Source:  Amnesty International's Salil Shetty URL:  Gezi Park protests: Brutal denial of the right to peaceful assembly in Turkey Description:  Report, 2 October 2013

Turkey: Demonstrators on trial, police unpunished

One year on from the Gezi Park protests, the government’s approach to demonstrations is as abusive as ever while impunity for police violence is rampant • The repression of peaceful protest and the use of abusive force by police continues unabated one year after the Gezi Park protests;&n

Turquía: Procesamiento de los manifestantes, impunidad de la policía

Un año después de las protestas del parque Gezi, la forma en que el gobierno aborda las manifestaciones sigue siendo tan abusiva como siempre, en medio de una galopante impunidad de la violencia policial, ha dicho Amnistía Internacional en un informe publicado hoy. Un año después de las protestas del parque Gezi, continúan la represión de las protestas pacíficas y el uso abusivo de la fuerza;En toda Turquía, más de 5.500 personas han sido proces

L'injustice s'ajoute aux blessures. Un an après les manifestations du parc Gezi

Le secrétaire général d'Amnesty International, Salil Shetty, lance un rapport accablant sur la Turquie. Quand : mardi 10 juin 2014 Où :Istanbul

Adding injustice to injury: One year after the Gezi Park protests

Amnesty International’s Secretary General Salil Shetty launches damning report Amnesty International’s Secretary General Salil Shetty launches damning reportWhen: 10 June 2014Where: Istanbul

Turquía: La explosión en una mina, una tragedia que debería haberse evitado

El gobierno de Turquía debe investigar con urgencia la catastrófica explosión en una mina de carbón que tuvo lugar el 13 de mayo y los informes sobre prácticas laborales peligrosas en el sector minero para impedir nuevas tragedias El gobierno de Turquía debe investigar con urgencia la catastrófica explosión en una mina de carbón que tuvo lugar el 13 de mayo y los informes sobre prácticas laborales peligrosas en el sector min

Explosion dans une mine en Turquie : la tragédie aurait pu être évitée

Le gouvernement turc doit de toute urgence enquêter sur l’explosion catastrophique survenue le 13 mai dans une mine de charbon, et sur les informations faisant état de pratiques de travail dangereuses dans le secteur minier en vue d’empêcher de telles tragédies à l’avenir. Le gouvernement turc doit de toute urgence enquêter sur l’explosion catastrophique survenue le 13 mai dans une mine de charbon, et sur les informations faisant état de pratiques de travail dan

Turkish mine explosion: Tragedy should have been averted

The Turkish government must urgently investigate last night’s catastrophic coal mine explosion and reports of dangerous working practices in the mining sector to stop further tragedies The Turkish government must urgently investigate last night’s catastrophic coal mine explosion and reports of dangerous working practices in the mining sector to stop further tragedies, said Amnest

Turkish mine explosion tragedy should have been averted - 14 mai 2014

Headline Title:  Turkish mine explosion tragedy should have been averted   The Turkish government must urgently investigate last night’s catastrophic coal mine explosion and reports of dangerous working practices in the mining sector to stop further tragedies said Amnesty International.  Media Node:  Turkey Story Location:  Turkey 38° 31' 51.5316" N, 31° 33' 13.4352" E “This was a tragedy that should have been avoided. The long history of deaths in mines in Turkey raises chilling questions over workers’ safety. The fact that the government rejected recent calls by parliamentarians to investigate serious work-related accidents is nothing short of shocking. They are playing with people’s lives. ” Source:  Andrew Gardner, Researcher on Turkey at Amnesty International Date:  Me, 14/05/2014