- A child detained in Adana
- Call of sensitivity for Rojava
- Southeastern group of 'wise people' to gather
- Men kill fourteen women in March
- Warplanes took off once again
- Dense air restlessness in Diyarbakır
- Aid campaign for Rojava in Kars goes on
- 'Iron Lady' Margaret Thatcher passes away
- Military shipment in Şırnak
- 4 April celebrations going on in Van
- Peace Mother Yusufoğlu passes away
- At least 580 people executed in 2012 in Iran
- 'We side with peace'
- Police and soldiers intervened in crowds in front of Ergenekon court
- Penalty of saying 'Dear Öcalan' to BDP member
NEWSCENTRE (DİHA) - Yesterday, on the Dicle News Agency's (DİHA) website, hackers posted audio recordings that allegedly feature talks between Turkish government officials and representatives from the Union of Kurdistan Communities (KCK), which is an umbrella organization that includes the militant Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
The voices supposedly belong to the National Intelligence Agency (MİT) Undersecretary Hakan Fidan, former MIT Undersecretary Afet Güneş, KCK director Mustafa Karasu, PKK leader Sabri Ok, PKK's European Branch executive Zübeyir Aydar and a representative of an unidentified "coordinating country."
DİHA removed the records from its website at midday, claiming that they did not post it themselves. "Someone posted the voice recording on our website by cracking our password in a cyber attack. As soon as we discovered the news, we removed it from the website," DİHA announced. DİHA's website was down for two hours yesterday as technical problems related to the security breach were solved.