A controversial proposal to strip MPs of immunity worries Kurdish opposition party HDP. The vast majority of its parliamentary members would face trial, as they are accused of sympathizing with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party
The latest trial against pro-Kurdish HDP politician Figen Yuksekdag has begun in Turkey. She's already been convicted on several counts amid Turkey's post-coup crackdown. One of her 1,200 lawyers calls the case a farce.
Jordan opposes calls from Berlin to grant immunity to German troops during their upcoming deployment, according to Der Spiegel magazine. The Gulf kingdom incorporates elements of Sharia law into its judiciary.
One year on, Turkey’s crackdown on suspected coup plotters shows no signs of ending - and has now reached human rights workers. Diego Cupolo reports from Ankara.
Turkey has urged exiled cleric Fethullah Gulen to return to the country or risk losing his Turkish citizenship. The interior ministry's ultimatum also targeted two lawmakers of the pro-Kurdish HDP party.
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