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Death & politics: the burial of a Kurdish woman in Turkey

Open Democracy 04 Oct 2017
... in Ankara, Turkey, by her mother’s will ... This virulent attitude is not an isolated case in Turkey – in an interview, Sırrı Sakık, a well-known Kurdish politician, revealed how he was not able to bury his sister in Gölbaşı Cemetery, Ankara, next to his wife, for a similar reason.
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Turkish court 'blocks access to country's first official atheist website'

The Independent 04 Mar 2015
Turkey has reportedly blocked a website belonging to the country’s first official atheism association, according to local reports. The Gölbaşı 2nd Civil Court of Peace in Ankara moved to block access to a site belonging to the Atheism Association, Hurriyet Daily News reports ... Recep Tayyip Erdogan's craziest quotes ... -->. World News in Pictures. .
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YouTube Remains Blocked in Turkey, Despite Court Order

Mashable 10 Apr 2014
YouTube remains and will remain blocked in Turkey for the time being, even though a court ordered the government to unblock the video-sharing website on Wednesday ... See also ... The YouTube ban, ordered by the government on March 27, was later confirmed by the Ankara’s Gölbaşı district court, citing a law that makes it illegal to insult Atatürk ... .
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YouTube Files a Complaint in Turkish Court About Ban

Mashable 07 Apr 2014
YouTube lawyer Gönenç Gürkaynak also filed a lawsuit in the Administrative 4th Court of Ankara, the nation's capital, according to the Hurriyet Daily News ... See also. The Internet in Cuba ... A local Ankara court reversed the ban for several hours on April 4, only to reinstate it after a speedy appeal by the Ankara Gölbaşı Public Prosecutor's Office ... .
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Local Court Orders Turkey to Lift YouTube Ban

Mashable 04 Apr 2014
The Court of Peace in Ankara’s Gölbaşı district ruled that a blanket ban on YouTube is too broad and violates Turks' human rights, citing the Constitutional Court ruling that led to lift of the Twitter ban. The Ankara court, however, also ruled that 15 videos must remain blocked, according to various news reports. See also. The Internet in Cuba ... Image.
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YouTube Stays Blocked in Turkey as Court Reverses Itself

Mashable 04 Apr 2014
The same Turkish court that ruled to lift the ban on YouTube on Friday morning reversed its decision hours later following a petition for appeal, according to multiple local news reports. The Ankara Gölbaşı Public Prosecutor's Office appealed the ruling, and the Court of Peace accepted the appeal ... See also. The Internet in Cuba ... Word for iPad Start ... .
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Turkey: No Excuse for Attack on Judges

Human Rights 16 May 2006
... ruling by Ankara Administrative Court No ... It ruled that the Ankara governorate had been justified in refusing teacher Aytaç Kılınç’s promotion to the post of director of the Bayrak Nursery School, at Gölbaşı, near Ankara, because she wore a headscarf on her way to and from school.
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