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  • Hovik
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    Originally posted by Hovik
    Turkey accuses Swiss of disregard of freedom of opinion
    The FACTUAL murder of a nation is not open to "opinion" you donkeys...

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  • Hovik
    started a topic Turkey accuses Swiss of disregard of freedom of opinion

    Turkey accuses Swiss of disregard of freedom of opinion

    Deutsche Presse-Agentur
    July 24, 2005, Sunday
    11:57:09 Central European Time

    Turkey accuses Swiss of disregard of freedom of opinion

    ANKARA

    The Turkish government Sunday called "unacceptable" the temporary
    detention in Switzerland of a Turkish politician who at a press
    conference in Winterthur said it was an "international lie" to speak
    of genocide of Armenians during World War I.

    The arrest of Dogu Perincek, chairman of the Turkish Labour Party,
    was "completely inconsistent with the principle of freedom of
    opinion", said Turkey's Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul in Ankara.

    Perincek was arrested on Saturday and released after a three-hour
    interview. Swiss police said Perincek had cooperated with their
    request that he be interviewed by a state prosecutor.

    His remarks about Armenians had been made earlier this year in
    Lausanne, where on Sunday separate events were being staged by Turks
    and ethnic Kurds marking the signing of the treaty establishing the
    modern Turkish state in that Swiss city on 24 July 1923.

    Turkey refuses to label as genocide the deaths of hundreds of
    thousands of Armenians during forced expulsions under the Ottoman
    Empire. dpa bi mga
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