As Turks flee oppression, Ottawa urged to speak out on human rights issues

  National Post 

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OTTAWA — It’s long past time for the federal government to publicly condemn human rights violations that have been going on in Turkey for years, an Ottawa-based human rights activist says. More than 3,000 Turkish families have landed in Canada seeking asylum during the last three years, said Vaner Kaplan, who represents a group called […]

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