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stuckgear
13th Jan 2013, 17:59
Turkey demands answers over Kurdish activist's life in Paris - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/turkey/9798830/Turkey-demands-answers-over-Kurdish-activists-life-in-Paris.html)



Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday demanded an inquiry into the Paris assassinations of three Kurdish activists linked to the Kurdistan Workers Party, PKK, which has been fighting for autonomy from Turkey since 1984.


He also wanted to know why French president, Francois Hollande, said he met regularly with one of the activists in a group that is listed as a terror organisation by the European Union, the United States, and others.


"How can one regularly meet with a person or persons who are a member of an organisation that has been declared a terror organisation by the European Union and are wanted by a warrant?" asked Mr Erdogan. "What kind of policy is this?"



indeed. so it would seem not only is France knowingly harbouring terrorists as defined by the EU, the president holds regular counsel with them.


:hmm:

Tableview
13th Jan 2013, 18:03
Good, maybe he will be so deep in the merde he will have to resign. He is deeply unpopular and even people who voted for him are realising what he is.

Dushan
13th Jan 2013, 18:10
Baby Doc, Khomeni, Arafat. What is it you don't understand?

Tableview
13th Jan 2013, 18:15
Not to mention Mobuto, Saddam and other unsavoury reprobates.

stuckgear
13th Jan 2013, 18:25
never mind though; for the socialist, it's all good.


:hmm:

Standard Noise
14th Jan 2013, 05:33
"so it would seem not only is France knowingly harbouring terrorists as defined by the EU, the president holds regular counsel with them."

France following in the footsteps of our own govt. Anyone remember Blair?

sitigeltfel
14th Jan 2013, 08:57
Hollande has said that his intervention in Mali will be a short campaign.

Someone should explain to him the concept of "mission creep"!

Andy_S
14th Jan 2013, 09:15
Not to mention Mobuto, Saddam and other unsavoury reprobates.

And civil war-era Serbia.