How judicial probe dodged real truth behind murder of Kurdish activists in Paris


On January 9th, 2013, three women were shot and killed at the offices of the Kurdistan information centre at 147, rue La Fayette in central Paris. The three were Sakine Cansiz, aged 54, a co-founder of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in 1978, who had political refugee status, Leyla Saylemez, aged 25, who had just spent two years in the war-torn zone on the Turkish-Iraqi border and 29-year-old Fidan Dogan.

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