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- The 10,000: the bitter result of our failure on refugees 14th June 2016
Tag Archives: #parisattacks
On 10th October this year, in Turkey’s capital city, Ankara, a peace march was attacked by suicide bombers. I have written about it already, but for the sake of swift recall and recognition, 102 people were killed and more than 400 injured when two people blew themselves to pieces as a rally gathered outside Ankara’s Central railway station.
I was going to write a different blog, you know? I was going to return to Tunisia where there have been some extremely interesting (and in some odd ways quite promising) developments in the national parliament, maybe talk a little about Syria and proposals for peace, and the EU’s ideas for greater assistance and engagement with Turkey and the African continent. Instead, once again, I’m writing about murder.