During Turkish protests, medical personnel targeted

@article{supplied2013DuringTP,
  title={During Turkish protests, medical personnel targeted},
  author={Name and address supplied},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2013},
  volume={381}
}
www.thelancet.com Vol 381 June 15, 2013 2067 Recent events in Turkey have alarmed the international community. The Justice and Development Party (AKP) fi rst came to power in 2002, after being formed in 2001 by members of other existing parties that had been banned from politics for endangering Turkish secularism. It is a centre-right conservative political party, and is described in w estern media as being Islamist, although this is denied by most party members. The party is also the largest… Expand
3 Citations
Turkey must end violent response to protests.
The Turkish Medical Association (TTB) reported that 8121 people were officially admitted to hospitals resulting from police violence between 31 May and 26 June ([ 1 ][1]). This number includes 5Expand
Turkish Medical Association central council detained for demanding peace

References

SHOWING 1-4 OF 4 REFERENCES
Secularism and Muslim Democracy in Turkey
Introduction: what is an Islamic and non-Islamic party? 1. The socio-political context 2. Political origins of the AKP 3. Ideology, organization and parliamentary group of the AKP 4. The two queenExpand
In Istanbul ’ s heart , leader ’ s obsession , perhaps Achilles heel
  • 2013
Istanbul park protests sow the seeds of a Turkish spring
  • The Guardian May
  • 2013
Turkey blames Syria over Reyhanli bombings
  • The Guardian May
  • 2011