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(Türkçe) Hasankeyf’te direnişe devam!

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(Türkçe) “Su Evlerimizi Yutacak, Yerleşecek yerimiz yok”

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(Türkçe) Hasankeyfli Olçay: Anılarım bahçemde kaldı

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(Türkçe) Hasankeyf’in ‘kayıp hafızası’ bulundu

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Protest in Berlin against ecological destruction in Turkey

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Om 2nd September 2019 a group of activists gathered at the Brandenburger Tor in Berlin in order to protest the ongoing destruction of nature and ecological life in all parts of the Republic of Turkey. Hasankeyf was mentioned besides the Ida mountains and the Munzur (Dersim) region.

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Hasankeyf to be Cordoned Off and Closed to Traffic: It is a Cordon of Destruction

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Batman Governor has announced that the ancient city of Hasankeyf, which is soon to be engulfed by Ilısu Dam, will be cordoned off and closed to traffic as of October 8. “It is a cordon of destruction,” Hasankeyf Coordination has responded.
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(Türkçe) “Hasankeyf için hala umut var”

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(Türkçe) Tekrarlıyoruz: Hasankeyf İçin Geç Değil!

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“Why Didn’t They Intervene in Hasankeyf Fire with Helicopters?”

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The fire that broke out in the ancient city of Hasankeyf in Batman yesterday could be put out late at night. Speaking to bianet, activists from Hasankeyf have asked why helicopters were not involved in the firefighting efforts.

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Solidarity concert in Istanbul for Hasankeyf

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This noon in the Avcılar district of İstanbul a solidarity concert with Hasankeyf has been organized. Two groups called Grup Gerduni and Seyr-î Cem took the initiative and invited people and organizations…