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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Dim 6 Mar - 18:07

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thierrytigerfan a écrit:
mais oui mais oui on te crois



Ah oui... Y' a que chez vous que les juges sont indépendants. Chez nous ils sont forcement à la solde du pouvoir... Pourtant l' akp a failli lui même être fermé par la justice..

@ Inanc

Présomption d' innocence ok. Mais ni toi ni moi ne savons quels sont les pièces qu'il y a dans le dossier. Si un juge estime qu'il doit les incarcérer, c'est qu'il dispose d' éléments assez probants.


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‘Recent detentions not journalism-related but based on evidence


06 March 2011, Sunday / OSMAN ARSLAN, İSTANBUL

Journalists Nedim Şener and Ahmet Şık were arrested and sent to jail by the İstanbul 10th High Criminal Court early Sunday.
Zekeriya Öz, the chief prosecutor in the investigation into Ergenekon, said in a statement yesterday that the recent detention of a number of journalists as part of the Ergenekon investigation did not come as a result of these individuals' journalistic activities, as recently alleged, but due to evidence against them that cannot be made public because of the confidentiality of the ongoing probe.


The arrest of Nedim Şener and Ahmet Şık who were among 10 individuals detained last week as part of the Ergenekon probe triggered allegations that freedom of the press was under threat in Turkey. The prosecutor overseeing the case, however, said they were detained due to strong evidence, not their actions as journalists

Specially authorized prosecutor Öz, who is overseeing the investigation into Ergenekon, a clandestine criminal network charged with plotting to overthrow the government, made a statement yesterday in the face of recent criticism that freedom of the press was being violated with the recent detentions of a group of journalists for suspected ties with the criminal network.

Responding to recent allegations that the detentions were aimed at punishing journalists because they wrote books or articles critical of the government, Öz said none of the journalists have been detained because of their opinions or the books they have written. Underscoring that that the detention of these individuals is a legal obligation based on evidence that cannot be made public for the time being, he said the prosecutor's office is working on the investigation “carefully” to reach a conclusion as soon as possible.

The prosecutor also lashed out some recent claims that the operation was carried out at the order of the government to silence the press. “Nobody can give orders to us,” Öz said.

“It is clear that alleging that our office is acting upon something other than legal requirements and manipulating the public with such groundless assessments not only damages the investigation we have been carefully conducting but also serves the goals of the terrorist organization in question,” he said.

Stating that prosecutors understand the principle of presumption of innocence, which holds that everyone is innocent until proven guilty and that they act in accordance with it as fully as those who have been voicing criticism against the probe, Öz said: “However, it should not be forgotten that everyone is equal before the law. No one person or group of people can be granted privileges. Just as nobody can have the privilege to commit a crime, nobody can be treated differently because of his or her profession.”

Noting that the responsibility to make a decision on whether there is sufficient evidence or not to detain an individual belongs to prosecutors, Öz said it is worrisome that those who have no information about the probe have been accusing the prosecution since the beginning of the investigation.

On Thursday police searched the homes and offices of 11 people and detained 10 of them. Among the suspects whose premises were searched were Professor Yalçın Küçük, Odatv reporter Bayraktar, Odatv Ankara representative Mümtaz İdil, Odatv news coordinator Doğan Yurdakul, police officer Aydın Bıyıklı, journalists Müyesser Yıldız, Sait Çakır, Nedim Şener, Ahmet Şık and Coşkun Musluk, and former National Intelligence Organization (MİT) official Kaşif Kozinoğlu. Kozinoğlu was reported to be abroad at the time of the raid.

Şener and Şık were arrested on charges of links to the terrorist Ergenekon organization early Sunday. Five others, including Küçük, were also referred to court for arrest on Sunday.

The two were referred to the Beşiktaş Courthouse on Saturday after a three-day detention by the police. They were interrogated by Ergenekon prosecutor Zekeriya Öz at the courthouse. Prosecutor Öz referred Şık and Şener to the court late Saturday, demanding their arrest. The İstanbul 10th High Criminal Court ruled to arrest the two early Sunday. The two journalists were sent to Metris Prison.

Odatv reporter İklim Kaleli Bayraktar and Aydın Bıyıklı, who were also detained on Thursday, were referred to the courthouse on Saturday as well but were released after their interrogation by prosecutor Öz. Bayraktar said as she was leaving the courthouse that “justice was served.”

Thursday’s raid followed an earlier police search at the offices of the neo-nationalist odatv.com news portal in İstanbul as a result of which three journalists were arrested last month. The raid was ordered by an İstanbul court at the request of Öz. Four administrators of the portal, including its owner, Soner Yalçın, were detained as a result of the search. The prosecutor reportedly questioned Şener and Şık about the documents seized in the Odatv raid.

According to news reports, a draft of a book by journalist Şık was seized from the computer of Odatv’s Yalçın. A notice reportedly written down by Yalçın read: “This book should absolutely be published before the [June parliamentary] elections. It should be more striking than Simons,” referring to jailed Police Chief Hanefi Avcı’s “Haliç’te Yaşayan Simonlar” (Simons in the Golden Horn.) In the book Avcı argues that the Ergenekon trial is a conspiracy run by the government to silence its critics but at the same time acknowledges he has no proof to back up these allegations. There were claims that Şık planned to name his book “İmamın Ordusu” (The Imam’s Army).

Journalist Şener is accused of working to clear gendarmerie officers of charges in one of his books. The book is titled “Dink Cinayeti ve İstihbarat Yalanları” (Dink Murder and Intelligence Lies). Hrant Dink was shot dead by an ultranationalist teenager in broad daylight in front of the offices of the bilingual Agos daily, where he was editor-in-chief. Two gendarmes are currently standing trial for having ignored warnings about the plot to kill Dink.


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Psychological war through media major strategy of pro-coup groups

06 March 2011, Sunday / BURAK KILIÇ, İSTANBUL

A recent operation against the alleged media leg of the Ergenekon terrorist operation has once again come to reveal that pro-coup groups frequently use mass media as a major tool in their anti-democratic attempts.


Although the recent operation drew some criticism with respect to freedom of the press since journalists were also among the detainees, almost all of the recently unearthed subversive plots to undermine the government and create chaos in the public include strategies of psychological warfare to be carried out through the media.

The Action Plan to Fight Reactionaryism, which was exposed in 2009, is among the plots where such psychological warfare tactics were planned to be used the most. The action plan, allegedly drafted by Col. Dursun Çiçek, details a military plan to destroy the image of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) and the faith-based Gülen movement in the eyes of the public, play down the Ergenekon investigation and gather support for members of the military arrested as part of the investigation into Ergenekon, a clandestine organization nested within the state and bureaucracy accused of plotting to overthrow the government.

The plot includes a section which lists a number of institutions “to be worn out,” with the ruling AK Party at the top. The plot says media institutions will be urged to run stories that would portray the AK Party as Islamists. In another section titled “Media Activities,” the action plan says news stories portraying members of the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) who are on trial on coup charges as “innocent” should be published.

The Sledgehammer Security Operation Plan, which was exposed in January of last year, also places much emphasis on media support for the planned coup. According to the plan, which was allegedly prepared by retired Gen. Çetin Doğan, the junta group planned to have 35 journalists arrested and thought they could “make use of” 137 others in spurring public support for the coup.

Another example in which the mass media was used as a means to spread black propaganda is a number of websites allegedly set up by the General Staff to support the TSK's alleged propaganda campaigns against civilian groups. The existence of the websites was revealed in an e-mail sent by a military officer to a number of newspapers and journalists in 2009. The officer, who asked to remain anonymous, claimed that the armed forces had established 42 separate websites to support psychological warfare strategies against civilian groups it deemed “reactionary,” “separatist,” “pro- AK Party” and “anti-TSK.” The TSK also monitored the activities of more than 400 Turkish and foreign-language websites, he said.

The third indictment in the case against Ergenekon also said the gang included members of prominent civil society groups and press organs, which enabled it to disseminate its propaganda very easily. The indictment said Ergenekon used press organs to prepare the necessary societal atmosphere for its planned activities.

In the most recent operation against the odatv.com website, the prosecutors found that the owner of the website, Soner Yalçın, was planning to purchase Halk TV, a pro-Republican People's Party (CHP) TV station. A document seized by police from the computer of journalist Yalçın showed that he was planning to put into action a new plan against the former CHP leader Deniz Baykal, if he stood opposed to the sale of Halk TV.

The plan allegedly involved publishing a new video clip featuring Baykal. A video clip allegedly showing Baykal having an affair with a party deputy was posted online in May of last year. Baykal then resigned from his post as a result of mounting criticism. The document read: “If we purchase Halk TV, we will no longer suffer from financial difficulties. [CHP leader Kemal] Kılıçdaroğlu is willing [to sell the station]. We have received all kinds of support, but Baykal stands opposed. We need to overcome the Baykal obstacle. [Use] stage two to persuade him.” By stage two the document was most probably referring to a new video clip containing footage of Baykal involved in an affair with a woman.

Yalçın, who was arrested for being a member of Ergenekon last month, was reportedly planning to use Halk TV to increase the CHP's popularity in the media before the June 2011 parliamentary elections to challenge the ruling party.
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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Dim 6 Mar - 21:53

Pitié ne mettez pas des articles de Zaman et de sa version anglaise Todey's Zaman. Pitié Merci.

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Dim 6 Mar - 21:59

LaikTurkiye a écrit:
Pitié ne mettez pas des articles de Zaman et de sa version anglaise Todey's Zaman. Pitié Merci.


Pourquoi ? Parce qu'ils disent la verité ? Moi mes sources préferé c'est zaman et sabah... Cool
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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Dim 6 Mar - 22:09

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Istanbul Sapphire, le plus haut gratte-ciel de Turquie et d’Europe



Istanbul Sapphire, le plus haut bâtiment de la Turquie et de l’Europe, ouvre aujourd’hui ses portes aux visiteurs.

L’immeuble mesure exactement 261 mètres de hauteur et devient par conséquent le plus haut gratte-ciel de la Turquie et de l’Europe.

Le chef du gouvernement turc M. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan inaugurera le nouveau gratte-ciel, qui surplombe tout Istanbul.

Istanbul Saphhire est une première avec sa terrasse d’observation qui permettra de contempler la splendeur d’Istanbul à 360 degrés.

La terrasse d’observation permet d’observer pour la première fois en même temps la Tour de Léandre, Sainte-Sophie, l’Obélisque et de nombreuses autres structures historiques, les deux continents, les deux mers et les deux ponts.

Le 97ème plus grand gratte-ciel du monde, renferme un centre commercial, des jardins et un terrain de golfe.

Le bâtiment est constitué de 66 étages, dont 10 étages en sous-sol.

Le gratte-ciel qui représente une première en Turquie du haut de ses 261 mètres, devrait accueillir annuellement 15 millions de visiteurs locaux et étrangers.

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Dim 6 Mar - 22:44

Aslan a écrit:
LaikTurkiye a écrit:
Pitié ne mettez pas des articles de Zaman et de sa version anglaise Todey's Zaman. Pitié Merci.


Pourquoi ? Parce qu'ils disent la verité ? Moi mes sources préferé c'est zaman et sabah... Cool

C'est parceque dans ces "journaux" il y a un seul point de vue, ils ne font que l'éloge de l'akp et de critiquer et ridiculiser l'armée turque et l'ensemble des oppositions,
en fait tu lis ces "journaux" parce que tu entend ce que tu veux entendre. Evil or Very Mad
C'est dommage pour toi. C'est pour ça que tu est persuadé que RTE à tout le temps raison ou qu'il est trop parfait. Et c'est pour ça que tu pense que les propositions du CHP ou du MHP ne vallent rien.

Moi je préfére lire des journaux indépendants, impartiaux, qui donnent la parole à tout le monde, dans lesquels il y a différents points de vue sur différents thèmes. Cool

Je rappelle pour les autres participant du forum que le "journal" Sabah appartient au gendre d'Erdogan et que le "journal" Zaman appartient à une confrérie musulmane qui soutient farouchement Erdogan et son parti. Evil or Very Mad
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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Dim 6 Mar - 22:56

Sachez un truc, en Turquie, il n'y a pas de média indépendant en Turquie, chacun appartenant à des familles/groupes proches de l'un des deux camps. C'est assez féroce quand même, les luttes d'influences.

- Pro-AKP: Sabah, Atv, Zaman, Stv, TRT (La chaine publique), Kanal 7, Taraf, etc..
- Anti-AKP: Cumhuriyet (République), KanalD, Hürriyet, Milliyet, etc..

Il y aura bientôt Al-Jazeera Türk, je pense qu'une chaine étrangère peut être plus ou moins indépendante.

En parlant de politique, Erdogan à abrogé toutes les lois/directives du coup d'état du "28 février", qui avait fait chuter Erbakan, cette décision vient après la mort de Mr Erbakan et de l'anniversaire du "28 février".


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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Dim 6 Mar - 22:58

il y a une CNN turc non ?

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Dim 6 Mar - 23:00

Viper a écrit:
il y a une CNN turc non ?

Sa appartient à la famille Dogan, dont il est aussi le propriétaire des journaux Hürriyet, Milliyet et de la chaine Kanal D. Il a subit une amende record, lorsque ces chaines avaient osez critiquez ouvertement le gouvernement, depuis, Mr Dogan s'est un peu calmé.

Il y avait Star Tv, dont le propriétaire était Cem Uzan, qui voulaient être premier ministre, il s'était acharné contre le premier ministre Erdogan (Etre Calife à la place du Calife), là, il a enfuit le pays pour corruption. Il vit actuellement à Paris.
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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Lun 7 Mar - 17:34

La Turquie à ouvert le plus grand palais de justice de l'Europe, ce palais de justice à couté plus de 238 millions de livres turques (=117 millions €). Quelques caractéristiques:

- Le bâtiment fait 324 000².
- 230 000 tonnes de béton ont été utiliser.
- 37 000 tonnes d'acier
- 180 000 tonnes de granite
- 73 ascenseur
- Un parking avec 2500 place.
- 326 chambres
- 236 bureaux de procureur
- 446 bureaux de juge



















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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Lun 7 Mar - 17:54

esperons qu´on y verra une justice digne d´Europe aussi

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Lun 7 Mar - 19:52

Yakuza a écrit:
esperons qu´on y verra une justice digne d´Europe aussi

Qui sait qui ce tribunal jugera... Tant d'investissement c' est pas pour rien.. On y jugera des criminels de guerre, de crime contre l' humanité, etc un jour... Parole de moi.

Pour en revenir aux medias turques et pour se faire une idée des orientations des différents grand quoitidien une petite revue de presse en Anglais de ce jour tiré de Hûrriyet Daily News. Il y' a 4 grandes agences de presse. Ihlas Haber Ajansi, Dogan Haber Ajansi, Cihan Haber Ajansi et Anadolu Haber Ajansi. Chaque Agence de presse reflète une vision.

DHA est l' agence des Gladio...

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Monday, March 7, 2011
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in Turkish press on March 7, 2011. The Hürriyet Daily News & Economic Review does not vouch for their accuracy.

From Hürriyet Daily News:


Sabah


-- Mufti’s office helps those face violence

The Istanbul mufti office has established a new program aiming to help families who have problems, daily Sabah reported Monday. The provincial religious directorate, after receiving many callings including complaints from people who have faced domestic violence, decided to train their officials to respond appropriately to calls from couples, the report said. The officials said the main problem between couples is the lack communication. “We are trying to tell couples that a wife and husband are not competitive, but complete each other,” said the officials, adding that they also offer ideas for how the couples can be a happy family. The officials said they want to support family institutions by adding religious ideas to their studies. According to the report, men who call the office often complain about their mothers-in-law and their wives’ Internet addictions. The officials said people also called them to say they had previously faced domestic violence. “If I prevent my husband from entering our house, am I committing a sin?” one woman asked the officials, report said. According to the officials, the calls are mostly about religious-based questions. “Those who experienced violence call the police instead of us. They often call us to relieve themselves, as they believe they committed a sin when they tried to fight back during an altercation.”

Radikal


-- Patriarch Constantine VI remains relocated to Istanbul

The bones of Constantine VI, who was elected Patriarch of the Fener Rum Patriarchate in 1924, were brought to Istanbul 81 years after his death, daily Radikal reported Monday. The patriarch held his position for only 43 days, after which he was forced to migrate to the Greek capital, Athens, during the population exchanges that occurred between Turkey and Greece at the time.

The bones of the patriarch were buried in Istanbul’s Balıkçı Meryem Ana Rum Orthodox Monastery, after the organization of a religious ceremony led by current Patriarch Bartholomew I. Constantine IV was from the Marmara province of Bursa and came to Istanbul in 1918. He was elected patriarch of the Fener Rum Patriarchate, the religious center for the Orthodox. He left for Athens on Jan. 30, 1925, and asked the League of Nations to help him return to Istanbul, but was unable to obtain a positive response. He died in 1930 and was buried in Athens. His remains were then brought to Istanbul on a Patriarchate initiative after negotiations took place between Turkey and Greece.

After all the necessary permissions were granted, his bones were brought to Istanbul and were buried after a religious ceremony, where Patriarch Bartholomew said “[Bringing his bones here] was a duty for us. May God bless his soul.”

Taraf


-- Soldiers acquitted from civilian killed by training shot

Five soldiers on trial for a civilian minor being killed near a shooting range have been acquitted on all charges, the daily Taraf reported on Monday.

Canan Saldık, 16, was shot and killed July 21 in Van by a bullet from a long-barreled gun from 2,500 meters. Saldık was visiting a graveyard with her family when she was hit by the bullet allegedly shot as part of a training exercise at a nearby open-air shooting range.

Two officers and three privates were on trial without arrest on charges of “malpractice” and “manslaughter due to neglecting duty.” The accused were facing sentences from two to six years in prison, but the military court acquitted them from all charges at the last hearing. The Saldık family will take the case to the Military Supreme Court of Appeals via their lawyers. The expert report offered to the court stated that the bullet did not ricochet off anything but went straight through the intended target before hitting Saldık. The report also said neither the officers, nor the privates were trained appropriately to operate the BIXI-type heavy gun. The shooting range was closed after the incident.

Milliyet

-- Police to track slang on the streets

Turkish authorities are looking to implement deterrent precautions against the use of slang and obscenity on the streets, daily Milliyet reported Monday. “Police members will warn people using slang in the market, bazaar and coffee houses. Teachers and managers will warn students in schools. Religious figures will talk about the issue in every platform,” said Yüksel Ünal, the district governor, or kaymakam, of Turkey’s Central Anatolian Kütahya province’s Simav district. Ünal met with local nongovernmental organizations to discuss the project. People’s use of obscenity frequently influences the quality of life in a negative way, said Ünal, adding that children were most affected because they see elders as their role models. He said he had become aware of the deterioration caused by the usage of slang since he was chosen as kaymakam. “We should not bear this situation any more. We gathered here to prevent speeches with slang and bring more abstract solutions. I will also expend a lot of efforts for the implementation of the precautions to be taken…I will share the outcomes,” he said. The kaymakam said they would receive help from police officers, teachers, and religious figures on this campaign.

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HÜRRİYET


-- JOURNALIST IN JAIL WITH THESE QUESTIONS

Nedim Şener, who was arrested at 5:50 a.m. on Sunday morning on charges of being a member of a terrorist organization, was asked 50 question during his interrogation by police and prosecutor. It was revealed that Şener's phone conversations had been recorded for the last two years.

-- ALEVIS IN İZMİR

Alevi people converged on the western province of İzmir to attend a rally. Some 60 thousand Alevis chanted slogans and demanded equality.

-- SILVER KEMAL

Kemal Koyuncu of Turkey won silver medal in men's 1500 m in the 31st European Athletics Indoor Championships in Paris.

MİLLİYET

-- ERDOĞAN: "WE ARE EXERTING EFFORTS TO UNDERSTAND CONCERNS"

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan delivered a speech in western province of İzmir and said that some people felt that their living style could be under threat and the government was exerting efforts to understand concerns of them and get rid of these concerns. Erdoğan said, "Those who said that we (Justice and Development Party) are against secularism don't understand us." Prime Minister Erdoğan said that his government was working as social state of law in a democratic and secular system.

-- ŞAHİN: "BALBAY CAN BE CANDIDATE IN ELECTIONS"

Parliament Speaker Mehmet Ali Şahin said that journalist Mustafa Balbay, who was in prison on charges of membership in an alleged organization, Ergenekon, could run as candidate in the upcoming parliamentary election. Şahin said, "I think that there is no legal obstacle in front of his candidacy."

SABAH

-- A FIRST IN POLITICS

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and main opposition Republican Poeple's Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu for the first time attended an inauguration together. Light rail suburban system was inaugurated in the western province of İzmir. Erdoğan and Kılıçdaroğlu together cut the ribbon for opening of Aliağa-Menderes suburban railway line which connects İzmir's north to south with 32 stations. The two leaders shook hands, and then traveled together from Alsancak to Karşıyaka district.

-- THEY WERE ARRESTED!

Seven people including the journalists Nedim Şener, Ahmet Şık, Yalçın Küçük and Doğan Yurdakul, who were detained within the scope of Ergenekon investigation, were arrested after nearly 20 hours of interrogation. Küçük, one of the suspects who were sent to Metris Prison, was accused of being head of Ergenekon terrorist organization.

VATAN

-- CHP'S KURDISH LANGUAGE MOVE

The Republican People's Party (CHP) will use education in mother tongue in its election campaign. The main opposition party will release its election statement by the end of March. The statement includes the expression that Kurdish language will be an elective course in schools upon directives of CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu.

-- FIVE HOUR INTERROGATION

Journalists Nedim Şener and Ahmet Şık have been arrested after being interrogated by prosecutors for five hours. Nedim Şener was asked nearly 50 questions, most of them were about his book on the killing of Hrant Dink. Şener denied allegations that he was a secret member of the Ergenekon's unit for propaganda.

CUMHURİYET

-- ERDOĞAN AND KILIÇDAROĞLU MEETS IN İZMİR

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu met in the inauguration of Aliaga-Menderes Railway System in western province of İzmir. Tension occurred between members of Justice and Development (AK) Party and members of CHP during the inauguration.

-- DEMOCRACY RALLY FROM ALEVIS

Ten thousands of Alevi people held a rally in Gündoğdu Square of western province of İzmir on Sunday after Istanbul and Ankara. Nearly 100,000 people attended the rally titled "Democratic Constitution and Equal Citizenship Right." Some delivered speeches in the rally and said that the country was being dragged into a one-man regime.

RADİKAL


-- SNOW ON THE WAY

Storm and snowfall are expected in Istanbul as of today. Schools may be closed. Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality's Disaster Coordination Center (AKOM) is on alarm against the blizzard which is expected to be influential in Istanbul today. Snowfall will continue till Thursday.

Istanbul, which did not see snowfall during the winter, is getting prepared for snow and blizzard on the first days of March. AKOM's preparations are on the highest level.

-- TRABZONSPOR HUNT BEŞİKTAŞ

After left with 10 players and down 1-0, Trabzonspor beat Beşiktaş 2-1 in Super Toto Super League game yesterday, and continued to be on the top of the standings. Serkan Balcı of Trabzonspor left the game due to red card in the 43rd minute, and then Sivok of Beşiktaş on in the 69th.

TÜRKİYE

-- PRIME MINISTER ERDOĞAN SPEAKS IN İZMİR

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said at the opening of a suburban railway system in western province of İzmir that some circles tried to intimidate and threaten people before upcoming elections in Turkey. "A party has been trying to get votes of people in eastern and southeastern parts of the country by using their ethnic backgrounds. On the other hand, parties in western and southern parts of the country try to get votes of people by frightening them with terror and separation. This is nothing but opportunism," he said.

-- TENDER FOR THIRD BRIDGE

Tender process will begin on Tuesday for the Northern Marmara Highway Project which includes construction of a third bridge over the Istanbul Strait. Participating companies will be able to place their bids till Aug. 23, 2011. The third bridge will include a highway and a railway. The project will be completed in five years.

ZAMAN

-- BÜYÜKKORUKCU LAID TO REST

Former parliamentarian Tahir Büyükkorukcu, a scholar on Islam and one of the spiritual leaders of Central Anatolian province of Konya, was laid to rest in Üçler Cemetery in Konya yesterday. His casket was carried by people for 2.5 hours.

-- TRABZON NOT INTEND TO LEAVE THE TOP

Trabzonspor, which competed with less players and were down for a long time during the game against Beşiktaş, won the match in the end in Spor Toto Super League. Trabzonspor stayed on top of the Super League with goals from Ceyhun and Burak.

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-- ERDOĞAN AND KILIÇDAROĞLU MEET IN İZMİR

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu met in the inauguration of Aliağa-Menderes Railway System in western province of İzmir. Erdoğan delivered a speech in the inauguration and said that they did not ignore some people's concerns about any threat against their living style. Erdoğan said they were exerting great efforts to understand them and do what was necessary on the issue.

-- METEOROLOGY WARNS PEOPLE ON HEAVY SNOWFALL

Meteorology officials warned people against heavy snowfall in Marmara region. Temperatures will drop by 8-10 degrees Celsius in the region, officials said. The snowstorm is also expected in the northwestern part of the country.
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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Lun 7 Mar - 23:30

Dogan Haber Ajansi (DHA) est la plus grande agence d'infos de Turquie, appartient à la famille Dogan (redoutés par Erdogan et ses partisans comme Aslan)

Ihlas Haber Ajansi (IHA) est la 2eme aprés DHA, appartient à la famille Ihlas proche de l'AKP.

Cihan Haber Ajansi, appartient à la fameuse confrérie musulmane farouche soutient de l'AKP.

Anadolu Ajansi (AA) est l'agence d'infos semi-officiel de Turquie.

Aslan tu as oublié :

Anka Haber Ajansi, très présent mais discret.

Firat Haber Ajansi proche du PKK.

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mar 8 Mar - 7:26

LaikTurkiye a écrit:
Dogan Haber Ajansi (DHA) est la plus grande agence d'infos de Turquie, appartient à la famille Dogan (redoutés par Erdogan et ses partisans comme Aslan)

Ihlas Haber Ajansi (IHA) est la 2eme aprés DHA, appartient à la famille Ihlas proche de l'AKP.

Cihan Haber Ajansi, appartient à la fameuse confrérie musulmane farouche soutient de l'AKP.

Anadolu Ajansi (AA) est l'agence d'infos semi-officiel de Turquie.

Aslan tu as oublié :

Anka Haber Ajansi, très présent mais discret.

Firat Haber Ajansi proche dVu PKK.

. Firat n est pas e agence de presse mais organe de propagande comme rojtv pareil. Je serais toi je ne fréquenterais pas leur site. Moi ça fait plus de 1an j ai pas été.
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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mar 8 Mar - 11:19

C'est au sein de la Turkish aerospace industries (TAI) que seront construits ses satellites. En tout, 9 satellites seront lancés par la Turquie jusqu'en 2017.

- Türksat 4A (Communication)
- Türksat 4B (Communication)
- Türksat 5A (Communication)
- Göktürk SAR (Militaire)
- Göktürk 1 (Militaire)
- Göktürk 2 (Militaire)
- Göktürk Block II (militaire)
- Göktürk SAR block II (Militaire)
- Göktürk Alert (Militaire)

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La Turquie compte lancer 2 nouveaux satellites de communication en 2014 selon Binali Yildirim

La Turquie compte lancer en 2014 deux nouveaux satellites de communication " Turksat 4A " et " Turksat 4B ", a déclaré lundi le ministre turc des Transports, Binali Yildirim.

L'accord relatif à ces deux projets, d'un coût global des 571 millions de dollars, a été signé lundi à Ankara entre la Turquie et la compagnie nipponne "Mitsubishi Electric Melco".

Le ministre turc a indiqué également que les ingénieurs turcs, en coopération avec "Mitsubishi Electric Melco", ont déjà commencé la réalisation d'un autre satellite, Turksat 5A.

Actuellement, la Turquie gère deux satellites de communication, Turksat 2A et Turksat 3A. L'année dernière, elle a retiré un autre satellite, Turksat 1C, après 14 années en orbite dans l'espace.

L'accord signé avec "Mitsubishi Electric Melco" vient préparer le terrain pour la coopération entre l'Agence aérospatiale nipponne (JAXA) et son homologue turque, qui devrait être mise en place l'année prochaine, a indiqué Yildirim.

Les satellites Turksat 4A et Turksat 4B, qui devraient avoir une durée de vie de 30 ans, seront mis en orbite respectivement durant le dernier trimestre de 2013 et en 2014, a souligné le ministre turc, ajoutant que son pays compte mettre en service en 2012 son propre satellite de communication "Gokturk", actuellement en construction par des ingénieurs turcs.

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mar 8 Mar - 11:33

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Accueil Actualités En bref La Turquie rejoint l'accord d'alerte au tsunami
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Lundi, 07 Mars 2011 15:16

La Turquie est devenue le huitième pays à adhérer à un accord sur le partage des données d'alerte au tsunami avec la Commission préparatoire de l'Organistion du traité d'interdiction complète des essais nucléaires (CTBTO).

La CTBTO est une organisation internationale créée pour assurer le suivi des essais nucléaires avec ses systèmes de surveillance sophistiqués dans le monde entier.

Ses centaines d'installations et de technologies de pointe peuvent être aussi utilisées pour recueillir les données en temps opportun sur les mouvements du tsunami.

La CTBTO envoie maintenant ses données à des centres d'alerte au tsunami en Australie, en France, en Indonésie, au Japon, aux Philippines, en Thaïlande et aux Etats-Unis.



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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mar 8 Mar - 16:37

Tempête de sable en Turquie.. Sable et vent venant d'Arabie..











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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mar 8 Mar - 17:41

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Turkish banks' assets reach 641 billion USD
08 March 2011, Tuesday / THE ANATOLIA NEWS AGENCY, ANKARA

The total assets of Turkish banks climbed to 1.020 trillion Turkish liras-TL (641 billion USD) in January 2011.


A statement of Turkey's Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BDDK) said banks' assets were up 24.8 percent year-on-year in January 2011 and reached 1.020 trillion TL.

Banks' loans climbed to 536.6 billion TL (337.4 billion USD) with a 2 percent year-on-year rise, however securities were down to 285.5 billion TL (179.5 billion USD) with a 0.8 percent decrease.

The banks' profit totalled 1.5 billion TL (943 million USD) in January 2011.
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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mar 8 Mar - 17:46

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Intelligence report reveals links between PKK, Israel

08 March 2011, Tuesday / ERCAN YAVUZ, ANKARA

Militants from the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party patrol the area around a PKK base in northern Iraq.
An intelligence report prepared by the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) and presented at a National Security Council (MGK) meeting on Feb. 24 suggests that the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has been forging new ties with the state of Israel. The report also notes that the PKK has plans for a serhildan, the Kurdish word for uprising, in the spring in an attempt to manipulate the June 12 general elections.


A senior security official, who asked not to be named, shared information about the intelligence gathered on the PKK with Today's Zaman. According to the information, the group earlier this month ended a cease-fire it had announced late last summer.

It also says some countries in the region seem to have convinced the PKK to re-launch its attacks ahead of the elections. The same official says that intelligence reports indicate Israel has intensified its contact with the PKK in retaliation for a meeting Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had with Hezbollah during a visit to Lebanon. Intelligence reports say the PKK is concerned about a drop in the votes of the Peace and Democracy Party (BDP), whose candidates will run as independents. For this reason, the decision to end the cease-fire came easily for the PKK, which is trying to stop Kurdish votes from slipping to the Justice and Development Party (AK Party). The terrorist group has plans to hold constant demonstrations and clashes in the Southeast and in eastern provinces with a significant Kurdish population.
PKK-Israel links

The MİT report presented during the MGK meeting in late February chaired by President Abdullah Gül also includes interviews with various PKK militants on the terrorist group’s action strategy for this spring. In these interviews, the militants confessed to having received training from Mossad officials.

MİT also has footage from an interview in which PKK second-in-command Murat Karayılan says the PKK attacked the İskenderun naval base during the May 2010 flotilla crisis, in which Israel killed nine Turks on board a Gaza-bound civilian aid ship sailing in international waters. In the video, Karayılan says the PKK and Israel worked together during the Mavi Marmara incident. Experts say this video is evidence that the PKK and Israel work in coordination in some of the terrorist group’s attacks. The interview has already been aired on an Israeli television station.
PKK action strategy

The report also says the PKK plans to put pressure on Kurdish voters. It is planning a dramatic attack to make it clear that it has ended its cease-fire. The group was also inspired by the recent uprisings rocking the Arab world. Today, International Women’s Day, and the three-day-long spring festival of Nevruz, celebrated around March 20, will be the dates the PKK will focus on to start its campaign of agitation and chaos. It also has plans to sabotage the election rallies of political parties in the region other than those of the BDP.

The PKK’s real concern is weakened support for the BDP in the region, but it will use as an argument for its attacks and demonstrations the slowdown in the government’s democratic initiative process.

The plan includes nighttime demonstrations, press statements, illegal protests and passing out declarations. They will also engage in demonstrations that they will call “acts of civil disobedience” during visits from Prime Minister Erdoğan and officials of other political parties.

The PKK also seeks to carry its demonstrations to cities with sizable Kurdish populations, such as İstanbul, Mersin, Adana, İzmir and Ankara. As has happened in the past, they are expected to use children in the front line during demonstrations in these cities. Intelligence information also suggests that the PKK will seek to manipulate the Kurds in the Southeast by passing out anti-Kurdish declarations. In fact, such fliers, referring to those participating in pro-Kurdish demonstrations as “anarchical punks and lowlifes” were passed around in Yüksekova, Hakkari province, on Feb. 19, 2011. It included other expressions likely to provoke the Kurdish people.

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mer 9 Mar - 8:46

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La neige sévit en Turquie: routes et écoles fermées

La vague de froid qui s'est abattue sur la Turquie a apporté mercredi d'abondantes chutes de neige et de basses températures qui ont perturbé les trafics routier et aérien sur une partie du pays.

La neige continuait de tomber à gros flocons pour la deuxième journée consécutive dans la capitale Ankara, où le trafic routier était paralysé malgré les efforts de la municipalité, débordée. Les écoles ont été fermées dans la ville en raison de la neige qui dépassait 50 cm dans le centre-ville. Les liaisons routières et ferroviaires entre Ankara et plusieurs villes ont été bloquées. Plusieurs vols en partance de la capitale ont été annulés, selon les chaînes de télévision. A Istanbul (nord-ouest), les chutes de neige ont perturbé la circulation sur certaines artères de la banlieue de la partie asiatique de la première métropole turque, peuplée de plus de 12 millions d'habitants, mais les principales routes étaient ouvertes. Quelque 3.000 employés municipaux étaient à pied d'oeuvre 24 heures sur 24 pour déneiger les rues, a-t-on précisé de source municipale. Les autorités aéroportuaires déployaient des efforts afin d'empêcher que la neige ne perturbe le trafic aérien à Istanbul. Les services météorologiques annoncent l'arrêt vendredi des chutes de neige à Ankara et Istanbul. Des centaines de hameaux sont bloqués par ailleurs à cause de la neige dans le centre et le nord de la Turquie.


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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mer 9 Mar - 12:14

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De la Bulgarie à la Turquie

Les Championnats d'Europe amateurs devaient, initialement, se dérouler en Bulgarie. Finalement, ils se disputeront en Turquie. En effet, les Bulgares sont sous le coup d'une investigation de la commission disciplinaire de l'AIBA (Association Internationale de Boxe amateurs). La Fédération Bulgare va faire appel auprès du Trbunal Arbitral du Sport. Mais les Championnats d'Europe se disputeront à Ankara du 16 au 26 juin.

source : http://www.lequipe.fr/Aussi/breves2011/20110309_104319_de-la-bulgarie-a-la-turquie.html

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mer 9 Mar - 15:16

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La Turquie fait pour la première fois partie du réseau mondial de fibre optique grâce à Superonline

Turkcell , la plus grande société de communications et de technologie turque, est ravie d'annoncer que Superonline, sa filiale à 100% et plus grand fournisseur d'accès à Internet de Turquie, vient d'entrer dans la ligue fiber-to-the-home . Superonline a fortement contribué à placer la Turquie au huitième rang de la pénétration de l'Internet par fibre optique parmi les pays du G20, selon le dernier rapport du Conseil international Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH).

Dans son rapport 2011, le Conseil International FTTH (Fiber-to-the-Home), l'une des plus honorables corporations internationales à but non lucratif, a classé la Turquie huitième parmi les pays du G20 en termes de pénétration. Selon ce rapport, Superonline, le plus grand opérateur mobile turque, filiale à 100% de Turkcell, a permis à la Turquie d'être classé huitième parmi les pays du G20 dans le classement mondial.

Murat Erkan, General Manager de Superonline : Engagé à faire avancer la Turquie

Le General Manager de Superonline, Murat Erkan, a déclaré : La Société est fière de contribuer à l'inclusion de la Turquie dans cette liste pour la première fois, où seulement huit des pays du G20 étaient représentés. L'opérateur turc innovant de télécom Superonline a construit son propre câble d'infrastructure IP, atteignant 73 villes et s'étendant sur plus de 22 500 km. Superonline offre une vitesse de connexion de 100 Mbps aux résidents de huit grandes villes turques, mettant fin à l'ère du cuivre pour commencer celle de la fibre.

Superonline a enregistré de solides performances financières en 2010. Elle a augmenté ses revenus de 33% pour atteindre 335 millions de livres turques. En 2010, Superonline a également cherché des opportunités de s'étendre au-delà des frontières, grâce au Projet RCN, qui a formé la plus longue infrastructure terrestre de fibre de la région pour relier le Moyen-Orient au monde via la Turquie.

À PROPOS DU CONSEIL FTTH :

Le Conseil FTTH a été fondé en 2001. À l'origine, cette organisation acceptait uniquement comme membres des sociétés de télécommunications et de technologie. Actuellement, c'est une corporation à but non lucratif, qui intègre différentes organisations allant des municipalités aux fournisseurs de services. La mission du Conseil International FTTH consiste à sensibiliser au concept de "fiber to the home" et à la contribution de ce concept à la qualité de vie.

À PROPOS DE SUPERONLINE

L'opérateur de télécoms innovant turc Superonline est une société à 100% du Groupe Turkcell. Superonline investit constamment dans les infrastructures de fibre optique de nouvelle génération pour créer sa propre infrastructure. Superonline est le premier et l'unique opérateur de télécoms à fournir une connexion Internet 100 Mbps à ses abonnés. Superonline fournit des services aux particuliers et aux entreprises dans le domaine de l'accès à Internet, des services téléphoniques de nouvelle génération, des solutions télécoms professionnelles complètes, des services voix et données en gros, des services de centres de données et autres services de télécommunications à valeur ajoutée.

À PROPOS DE TURKCELL

Turkcell est la plus grande société de technologie et de communications en Turquie, comptant 33,5 millions d'abonnés et une part de marché d'environ 54 % en 2010 (Source : annonces de l'opérateur). Turkcell est un acteur régional de premier plan, se positionnant en tant que leader du marché dans cinq des neuf pays dans lesquels la société opère, affichant près de 60,4 millions d'abonnés selon les résultats de 2010. En 2010, Turkcell a généré un revenu net de 9,0 milliards de TRY (6,0 milliards de $) et son actif total a atteint 15,1 milliards de TRY (9,8 milliards de $). Turkcell couvre 82 % de la population turque par le biais de son réseau basé sur la technologie 3G et 99,0 7% de la population turque par le biais de son réseau basé sur la technologie 2G. Turkcell est par ailleurs devenue l'une des premières sociétés parmi les opérateurs mondiaux à avoir déployé l'HSDPA+ et atteint une vitesse de 42,2 Mbits/s grâce à sa solution multi-opérateurs HSPA. Turkcell est cotée à la Bourse de New York (NYSE) et à la Bourse d'Istanbul (ISE) depuis juillet 2000 et est la seule société cotée à la NYSE en Turquie. 51,00 % du capital-actions de Turkcell appartient à Turkcell Holding, 0,05 % à Cukurova Holding, 13,07 % à Sonera Holding et 1,19 % à d'autres actionnaires, tandis que les 34,69 % restants constituent du capital flottant.

Source : http://www.generation-nt.com/turquie-fait-pour-premiere-fois-partie-reseau-mondial-newswire-1172161.html
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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Mer 9 Mar - 22:26

La Turquie sous la neige, il faut que avouer que les turcs n'étaient pas prête à la neige, des villages dans l'est du pays auraient les routes couper du reste du monde.

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Ven 11 Mar - 22:59

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Le Parlement Européen a adopté mercredi 9 mars une résolution soulignant la lenteur du processus de réforme qui permettrait à la Turquie d’avancer dans les négociations d’adhésions.

Le Parlement a souhaité par cette résolution exprimer à haute voix ce que beaucoup pense mais n’ose affirmer publiquement, à savoir que les négociations entre la Turquie et l’UE sont "un processus d'adhésion de longue haleine dont l'issue reste ouverte". Clairement l’idée d’une alternative au statut d’Etat membre est de plus en plus envisagée.

Après d’âpres négociations, le Parti populaire européen a accepté de retirer un amendement invitant les institutions de l'UE à "étudier la possibilité d'établir un partenariat privilégié" avec la Turquie, en tant qu'alternative à l'adhésion à l'UE. Le PE se sera contenté de souligner les manques en matière de réformes pour renforcer la cohésion social et la prospérité mais également sa "préoccupation face à la détérioration de la liberté de la presse" et la nécessité pour le "gouvernement de veiller au respect des libertés de réunion et d'association ."

Ces réserves exprimées par le Parlement s’ajoutent à celles exprimées par l’opinion publique européenne au travers de différents sondages en France, en Allemagne ou encore en Espagne où une majorité de l’opinion semble opposée à l’adhésion. Ces faits remettent en question une adhésion de la Turquie à court ou à moyen terme ; même si les négociations s’achevaient rapidement il n’est pas sûr que le pays puisse adhérer à l’Union. Une première ? Non, en 1972 la Norvège avait signé le traité d’adhésion qui n’a pas été ratifié après un référendum négatif.

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Dim 13 Mar - 23:13

barbaros pacha a écrit:
Les marocains ne sont pas anti-turcs, dire une telle chose, serait fausse. La Turquie et le Maroc peuvent coopérer d'avantage en Afrique du Nord, ou ailleurs au Moyen-Orient ou l'Asie Centrale.

Je suis d'accord, les 2 pays auraient bcp à coopérer, sur le plan géo-politique mais aussi économique et culturelle...

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MessageSujet: Re: TURQUIE : Economie, politique, diplomatie...   Lun 14 Mar - 6:31

Viper a écrit:
barbaros pacha a écrit:
Les marocains ne sont pas anti-turcs, dire une telle chose, serait fausse. La Turquie et le Maroc peuvent coopérer d'avantage en Afrique du Nord, ou ailleurs au Moyen-Orient ou l'Asie Centrale.

Je suis d'accord, les 2 pays auraient bcp à coopérer, sur le plan géo-politique mais aussi économique et culturelle...

Moi je doute de l'efficacité d'une coopération turco marocaine. Et surtout je ne vois pas sur quel dossier le Maroc pourrait contribuer. Palestine ? Chypre ? Haut Karabagh ? Libye ?
Je suis sceptique.. Mis a part faire du commerce je ne vois aucun sujet sur lequel nos interets se rejoignent.
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