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Court decision on PKK likely to fuel anti-EU sentiments

The European Union has said the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) will remain on its list of terror organizations despite yesterday’s ruling by an EU court to overturn a decision to place the PKK on the EU’s terrorist list. The Court of First Instance (CFI), the EU’s second-highest court, ruled yesterday against the way the PKK was put on the bloc’s list of groups whose funds must be frozen to help fight terrorism in 2002. The CFI said the EU had not properly justified its decision at the time. Full Story

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