Turkey: Men kill at least 24 women in July
At least 24 women were killed, 20 more died under suspicious circumstances in July, according to the report released by the We Will Stop Femicide Platform.
News Center- While the number of femicide cases increases in Turkey, men encouraged by the policies of the government, continue to commit crimes against women. The We Will Stop Femicide Platform has released its July report on femicide. At least 24 women were killed, 20 more died under suspicious circumstances in July, the report says.
The cities where women were killed
In July, four women were killed in Istanbul, three in Denizli , two in Izmir, two in Konya, two in Muğla, one in Afyonkarahisar, one in Ankara, one in Balıkesir, one in Diyarbakır, one in Eskişehir, one in Isparta, one in Kırşehir, one in Kocaeli, one in Mersin, one in Muş and one woman in Yozgat.
“Gender-based violence continues by changing its dimensions”
The platform issued a statement to announce its report. “Gender-based violence continues by changing its dimensions,” the statement said.