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Thousands of Kurdish demonstrators from around Europe marched in Paris on Saturday to call for a speedier investigation into the murder of three Kurdish activists a year ago.
Sakine Cansiz, a founder of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in the early 1980s, and two other Kurdish women were found shot dead in Paris in January 2013.
"Today it has been one year since the murder and we still have no answers to our all questions," Rezan, a Kurdish student living in France, told Reuters. She declined to give her family name.
Chief suspect Omer Guney, a Turkish immigrant in France, was placed under formal investigation within about a week of the triple murder.
Sources told Reuters in October that French investigators had collected evidence about Guney's connections toTurkey, and the magistrate in charge of the case was about to lodge a formal appeal for information to Turkey.
Turkey has denied any involvement in the murders, suggesting instead they were related to internal disputes in the PKK.
"The investigation is not making progress, we want justice," said Ali, another demonstrator in Paris, who also declined to give his family name.Güncelleme Tarihi: 11 Ocak 2014, 16:06