Turquía

Hakan Yaman - Golpeado, quemado y dado por muerto

Escribe al Ministro de Justicia y pídele que se lleve a cabo una investigación efectiva e imparcial. El 3 de junio de 2013, Hakan Yaman regresaba a casa caminando desde el trabajo, en Estambul, cuando pasó junto a una manifestación pública contra la violencia policial en el parque Gezi.

Hakan Yaman - Beaten, burned and left for dead

Write to the Minister demanding an effective investigation On 3 June 2013, Hakan Yaman was walking home from work in Istanbul when he passed a public demonstration against police violence in Gezi Park.

Les autorités turques sont accusées d’avoir commis de graves violations des droits humains lors des manifestations du parc Gezi

Les autorités turques ont commis de très nombreuses violations des droits humains lorsque le gouvernement a tenté d’écraser le mouvement de protestation du parc Gezi cet été, a déclaré Amnesty International. Les autorités turques ont commis de très nombreuses violations des droits humains lorsque le gouvernement a tenté d’écraser le mouvement de protestation du parc Gezi cet été, a déclaré Amnesty Inte

Turkey accused of gross human rights violations in Gezi Park protests

Turkish authorities committed human rights violations on a massive scale in the government’s attempts to crush the Gezi Park protests this summer Turkish authorities committed human rights violations on a massive scale in the government’s attempts to crush the Gezi Park protests this summer said Amnesty International.

Turkey accused of gross human rights violations in Gezi Park protests - 2 octubre 2013

Headline Title:  Turkey accused of gross human rights violations in Gezi Park protests Turkish authorities committed human rights violations on a massive scale in the government’s attempts to crush the Gezi Park protests this summer said Amnesty International. Turkish authorities committed human rights violations on a massive scale in the government’s attempts to crush the Gezi Park protests this summer. Media Node:  Turkey Turkey video En un golpe de vista:  The Turkish Medical Association has reported that more than 8,000 people have been injured at the scene of demonstrations since late May.At least one death has been linked to the improper police use of tear gas canisters.Turkish police used 130,000 tear gas cartridges during the first 20 days of the demonstrations.This greatly depleted the 150,000 cartridges budgeted for in the police force’s annual procurement plan.Media reports refer to an extraordinary order of riot control equipment – including 100,000 canisters of tear gas and more than 100 armoured vehicles. Story Location:  Turquía 40° 41' 46.2804" N, 34° 48' 16.8768" E “The attempt to smash the Gezi Park protest movement involved a string of human rights violations on a huge scale. They include the wholesale denial of the right to peaceful assembly and violations of the rights to life, liberty and the freedom from torture and ill-treatment. ” Fuente:  Andrew Gardner, Amnesty International’s expert on Turkey. URL:  Gezi Park protests: Brutal denial of the right to peaceful assembly in Turkey Descripción:  Report, 02 October 2013 URL:  Turkey: Fresh protests spark fears over pending tear gas shipments Descripción:  News Story, 12 September 2013 URL:  Turkey must release peaceful Taksim protesters Descripción:  News story, 9 July 2013 URL:  A hospital in Amnesty’s office Descripción:  Blog, 14 June 2013 URL:  Increased police repression continues to go unchecked in Turkey Descripción:  News story, 11 June 2013

Turquía, acusada de graves violaciones de derechos humanos cometidas durante las protestas del parque Gezi

Las autoridades turcas cometieron violaciones de derechos humanos en una escala masiva durante los intentos del gobierno por reprimir las protestas del parque Gezi este verano. Las autoridades turcas cometieron violaciones de derechos humanos en una escala masiva durante los intentos del gobierno por reprimir las protestas del parque Gezi este verano.

Turquie. Les nouvelles manifestations suscitent des inquiétudes quant aux livraisons de gaz lacrymogène

Tous les pays doivent suspendre les livraisons de gaz lacrymogène, d'autres projectiles antiémeutes et de véhicules blindés à destination de la Turquie tant que les autorités turques ne pourront pas garantir le droit de réunion pacifique et la liberté d'expression des manifestants, a souligné Amnesty International jeudi 12 septembre. Tous les pays doivent suspendre les livraisons de gaz lacrymogène, d'autres projectiles antiémeutes et de véhicules blindés à destination de la Turquie tant que les autorités turques ne pourront pa

Turquía: Nuevas protestas suscitan temor ante los envíos de gas lacrimógeno pendientes

Todos los países deben suspender los envíos de gas lacrimógeno, vehículos blindados y otros tipos de material antidisturbios a Turquía hasta que las autoridades turcas garanticen el derecho de los manifestantes a la reunión pacífica y a la libertad de expresión. Todos los países deben suspender los envíos de gas lacrimógeno, vehículos blindados y otros tipos de material antidisturbios a Turquía hasta que las autoridades turcas garanticen el derecho de los

Turkey: Fresh protests spark fears over pending tear gas shipments

All countries should suspend shipments of tear gas, armoured vehicles and other riot control projectile equipment to Turkey until the Turkish authorities can guarantee protesters’ right to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression All countries should suspend shipments of tear gas, armoured vehicles and other riot control projectile equipment to Turkey until the Turkish authorities can guarantee protesters’ right to peaceful

Turkey: Fresh protests spark fears over pending tear gas shipments - 12 septiembre 2013

Headline Title:  Turkey: Fresh protests spark fears over pending tear gas shipments All countries should suspend shipments of tear gas, armoured vehicles and other riot control projectile equipment to Turkey until the Turkish authorities can guarantee protesters’ right to peaceful All countries should suspend shipments of tear gas, armoured vehicles and other riot control projectile equipment to Turkey. Media Node:  Turkey tear gas Turkey 2 En un golpe de vista:  At least one death has been linked to the improper police use of tear gas canisters since the Gezi Park protests began in late May.The Turkish Medical Association has reported that more than 8,000 people have been injured at the scene of demonstrations since late MayTurkish police used 130,000 tear gas cartridges during the first 20 days of the demonstrations.This greatly depleted the 150,000 cartridges budgeted for in the police force’s annual procurement planMedia reports refer to an extraordinary order of riot control equipment – including 100,000 canisters of tear gas and more than 100 armoured vehiclesAmong the countries who have supplied this equipment to Turkey are: Brazil, South Korea, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Hong Kong, India, Israel, the UK and the USA Story Location:  Turquía 39° 39' 31.3596" N, 34° 6' 5.6268" E “The Turkish police’s return to the abusive use of force in response to demonstrations underscores the need for all countries to suspend shipments of tear gas and other riot control projectile equipment and armoured policing vehicles to Turkey, until steps are taken to prevent such deaths and injuries” Fuente:  Andrew Gardner, Amnesty International’s Turkey researcher URL:  Turkey must release peaceful Taksim protesters Descripción:  News story, 9 July 2013 URL:  A hospital in Amnesty’s office Descripción:  Blog, 14 June 2013 URL:  Increased police repression continues to go unchecked in Turkey Descripción:  News story, 11 June 2013 URL:  Turkey must end abusive use of force and reveal the extent of injuries Descripción:  News story, 3 June 2013 URL:  Turkey must halt brutal police repression and investigate abuses at Istanbul protest Descripción:  News story, 31 May 2013

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