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Turkey: Syrians Shot, Beaten, and Killed at Border
9 May 2016
Turkish border guards are shooting and beating Syrian asylum seekers … resulting in deaths and serious injuries, Human Rights Watch said today. The Turkish authorities should end their pushbacks of Syrian asylum seekers at the border and investigate all use of excessive force by border guards, including all cases of killing and injuring Syrians trying to cross.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
‘Turkish border guards shoot Syrian refugees dead’
Turkish border guards shoot at refugees from Syria to prevent them from entering Turkey. Human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) reports this. Five people were killed and fourteen wounded. Refugees are also said to be beaten.
HRW investigated seven incidents, dating back to March and April. The organization spoke with victims, witnesses and Syrians from the border area with Turkey. Three refugees – a man, a woman and a boy of 15 – and a smuggler were shot, another smuggler was beaten to death. Eight refugees got shot wounds, including three children aged 3, 5 and 9 years. Six refugees were severely mistreated.
Eyewitnesses have claimed that border guards also shot at people who wanted to take away the bodies from the border wall. This was recorded. Six of the seven incidents were at the border crossing Khurbat al-Juz Güveççi, the seventh took place in the Syrian border town of al-Duriya. The refugees had not long before fled from Aleppo and surrounding area.
The organization calls on Turkey to immediately put an end to the shooting of refugees and to investigate the incidents. Again HRW calls on the government to open the border to people fleeing the violence in Syria.
HRW says on May 4 to have sent a letter to the Turkish Minister of the Interior. There is still no response known from the Ministry.
Previously the British newspaper The Independent reported that eight Syrian refugees were shot dead at the border when they tried to reach Turkey.
Human Rights Watch also spoke with 28 Syrian refugees who were intercepted by Turkish border guards when they tried crossing the border with the help of smugglers. They were detained and interrogated for a day and then sent back to Syria. That happened with dozens and sometimes hundreds at a time, the refugees told. Similar reports came in April from Amnesty International and NOS correspondent Lucas Waagmeester.