More than 750 imprisoned Kurds in Turkey have been on hunger strike for 67 days. They are close to death.

All they want is for their language to be recognized in the court system, human rights, the right to teach their own language, and the release of Abdullah Öcalan who has been isolated and denied visits from his lawyers for more than 1 year.

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