Turkish prosecutors launched an investigation into the opposition Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) for terrorist propaganda judicial sources said on Tuesday.

The Office of Chief Public Prosecutor in the capital Ankara said the probe was launched over a slideshow featuring Abdullah Ocalan, jailed leader of the terror group PKK during a regular congress on Sunday.

According to the statement, 15 people were issued arrest warrants for armed terror group propaganda, with 14 of them arrested so far.

The anti-terror police of Ankara are searching for the remaining suspects, it added.

The Turkish government accuses the HDP of links with the

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