Turkish PM slams EU for not extraditing Kurdish rebels

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October 27, 2007 11:04

 
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Turkey's prime minister on Saturday slammed European Union countries for not extraditing Kurdish rebels to Turkey, saying they were failing to support Turkey's struggle. "No EU country has extradited members of the PKK to Turkey, despite labeling it as a terrorist organization," Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a nationally televised speech. He did not name any specific country. Turkey says the separatist rebels take refuge and raise money in western Europe.

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