#Todays3 24.7.17 Turkey, Russia, Abuse of Power

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-1) As protests over the arrests of two teachers on hunger strike continue in Turkey, it is important to look back to the failed military coup and the man Erdogan believes is behind it;

http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/07/16/erdogan-is-blaming-the-coup-on-a-shadowy-turkish-cleric-who-lives-in-pennsylvania/


-2) Protests occurred yesterday in the Russian capital over internet restrictions and freedom of expression;

https://themoscowtimes.com/news/anoutorized-protest-rally-in-moscow-thousands-take-to-the-streets-58178


-3) A great piece by Gene Kerrigan on the abuse of power in Ireland;

http://www.independent.ie/opinion/columnists/gene-kerrigan/lets-establish-who-caused-this-humiliation-35958039.html


 

 

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