Articles by Uzay Bulut
Kurdish leaders acknowledge their people's role in the genocide - but Turkish leaders refuse to do likewise.
Alagoz release shows gaping flaws in Turkey's government and judicial system once again.
Kurds may have beaten Isis in Kobani - but Kurdophobia remains rife.
Contrasting fortunes of Esra Yakar and Emrah Cakan show warped priorities of Turkish government.
Everyone remembers the Armenian Genocide, but Assyrian victims of Ottoman jihad have been airbrushed from history.
Media worker Kadri Bagdu was murdered while distributing the Kurdish newspapers in the south-eastern province of Adana.
IBTimes UK speaks to Kurdish activists about the women who are playing key role in defence of their land.
The atrocities of Islamic State do not disturb Turkey's government as much as Kurds declaring autonomy.
Zazaki, the dialect of the Kurdish language Elvan spoke, is a victim of linguistic genocide, writes Uzay Bulut
Suspicious death of protester Ahmet Atakan in Antakya another sign of brutalisation, says Uzay Bulut.
Uzay Bulut on the fledgling Kurdistan youth association shut down before it even started.
Mothers of the 'disappeared', particularly journalists and Kurdish activists, gather every weekend in Istanbul to demand justice from the Turkish government, says Uzay Bulut.
13th-century place of worship has been turned into a symbol of religious intolerance by Turkish government, argues Uzay Bulut.
Demonstrator died of brain haemorrhage 37 days after witnesses said he was beaten by Turkish plain clothes police, says Uzay Bulut
Kurd teenager's death during army post protests in village of Lice is latest in long line of state abuses, says Uzay Bulut.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan calls Turkey's protesters 'marginal' - but, in a true democracy, there aren't any margins, says Uzay Bulut.
Police brutality has made a simple protest movement in Turkey much more violent, says Uzay Bulut.
Turkey is still brutally repressing the Kurdish language - but the bravery of the oppressed speaks louder than words, says Uzay Bulut
The death of İrfan Eskibağ can be laid at the door of the supposedly independent Istanbul Institution of Forensic Medicine, claims Uzay Bulut.
Turkish authorities use anti-terror legislation to cow journalists, says Uzay Bulut.