A memorial demonstration for Halim Dener took place in Hannover, Germany yesterday. The Kurdish teenager had been killed 24 years ago by German police.
According to the Federal Prosecutor’s Office, 50 new investigations have been initiated in the first two months of 2018 on suspicion of links to the PKK.
The Platform for Afrin issued a call for a march to protest the Turkish invasion in Afrin and NATO on March 27 in Brussels.
Afrin Canton Democratic Autonomous Administration stated that they have decided to evacuate civilians from the city to avoid civilian massacres, and that the war has moved to another stage.
Movement for a Democratic Society (TEV-DEM) co-chair Asya Abdullah called upon all Kurds for urgent action for Afrin.
German police have raided the Mesopotamia Publishing House in Neuss city.
ANF has acquired footage from the civilian convoy which was bombed by the invading Turkish state, exposing the misinformation that “military vehicles were hit”. The footage shows civilian vehicles torn to pieces with bombs and shrapnel.
In Germany police forces again repressed demonstrations of the Kurdish movement. Many people took the streets in several German cities yesterday to protest for the freedom of Abdullah Öcalan (who was captured on February 15, 1999) and in solidarity with Afrin. Cops in Hannover banned chants, banners and flags.
The internationalist fighters in Rojava said that they will defend Afrin against fascist Turkish regime’s invasion attacks. Video interview.