- "PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan after a long isolation may again receive visitors on the Turkish prison island of Imrali. According to the Turkish state news agency Anadolu got the brother of PKK leader permission to visit him, just before the Muslim Feast of Sacrifice, which starts next Monday."
"Last Monday were fifty Kurdish activists went on hunger strike to protest the isolation of Ocalan, including five MPs from the pro-Kurdish opposition party HDP."
"Families and lawyers of Öcalan had been trying since April 2015 to get permission for a visit. Only a delegation of the Committee for the Prevention of Torture in April by the Council of Europe was given permission this year to visit a total of four prisoners on the island. The PKK leader imprisoned on Imrali since 1999.\n \n \n \n \n 1:27\n \n Harness looking councilor at home\n \n \n \n 1:32\n \n Vloggers give media's fault\n \n \n \n 2:57\n \n Nuclear tests Korea: Waiting for error"