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TV host �zt�rk testifies on charges of spreading ‘terrorist propaganda’


TV host �zt�rk testifies on charges of spreading ‘terrorist propaganda’: According to the Habert�rk news station, �zt�rk testified to Bakırk�y Deputy Chief Public Prosecutor İdris Kurt on Monday as part of an investigation launched into him after a woman who introduced herself as a teacher from the southeastern province of Diyarbakır phoned in to his popular "Beyaz Show" last month and complained about the ongoing deaths of civilians in the Southeast.

The woman, Ayşe �elik, expressed her frustrations to �zt�rk, saying the media is not accurately portraying the conflict in the Southeast and that children are dying due to clashes between Turkish security forces and the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).

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