DHA, NTV bureaus raided to protest Silvan curfew, G-20

A regional bureau office of the Dogan news agency and the Ankara bureau of the NTV television station were raided on Thursday to protest the days-long curfew that has been in place in southeastern Turkey and the G-20 summit, which is to be held in Turkey next week.
According to the Dogan news agency, six protesters broke into the agencyand’s bureau office in the southern province of Mersin chanting slogans and attempting to unfurl banners condemning the curfew that was declared in Diyarbakirand’s Silvan district and the actions of the security forces there. Police intervened and detained all six protesters.
Another group of 20 people, claiming to be members of the Revolutionary Party, raided the NTVand’s Ankara office and held employees during the occupation to protest the G-20 summit, which is to be held in the southern province of Antalya on Nov. 15-16. The protesters unfurled a banner which read: and”[It] should be Aziz [saint] against imperialism. G-20 get out,and” most probably referring to Aziz Ganduler, who was killed in clashes with the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in northern Syria and had Turkey deny his body entry after his death.
The demonstration ended with police intervention. Riot police entered the NTV bureau and detained nine protesters. They were taken to the Ankara Police Department.


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