Turkey bans Kurdish magazine for reference to Armenian Genocide

The Ankara-based bilingual Kurdish- magazine “Rosa” has been banned for its reference to the Armenian Genocide, reports, quoting the Kurdish website.

The “Rosa” literary magazine is published in Kurdish and Turkish. Its editor-in-chief Mehmet Salih Ersari said the Gaziantep Penal Court of Peace ruled to ban the publishing of the magazine on grounds of “propagandizing a terrorist group.”

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