Turkey’s parliament has passed a law permitting the use of the Kurdish language in court.
The move addresses a key demand of Kurdish politicians, as the government seeks to advance peace talks with Abdullah Ocalan.
He is the jailed leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party, the PKK.
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