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‘What about our human rights?’: Kurds feel force of Turkey’s crackdown

Kurds believe their harsh treatment by the Turkish state, particularly since July’s failed coup, is being ignored by the outside world Ahmet stood on a roof in the district of Sur in Diyarbak?r and watched as two bulldozers razed his family home. Dust clouds rose into the sky as another wall collapsed. “This is the second time that I watch them demolish my house,” the 33-year-old said softly.
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