Thousands of Kurds demonstrated in the German city of Frankfurt against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Kurds make up more than 15 percent of the Turkish population but they have very limited rights.
Thousands of Kurds rallied against Turkey in Frankfurt. Turkey condemned the protest as a sign of Germany's support for "terrorism."
Opponents to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's planned referendum really do exist. They see it as a threat to democracy. Now more and more Turks living in German cities are campaigning against the referendum.
As German Chancellor Angela Merkel avoids further escalating the latest diplomatic row with Turkey, some MPs think German ministers should hit back harder. But would equally fiery rhetoric just play into Erdogan's hands?
Turkey has summoned Germany's ambassador to voice its anger over a Kurdish march in Frankfurt where many protesters carried symbols of the outlawed PKK. An Erdogan spokesman denounced the rally as a "scandal."
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