Police prevent condolences act for journalist Seyit Evran in Amed
The police prevented the condolences act for journalist Seyit Evran in Amed.
Journalist Seyit Evran died as a result of a heart attack in a Northern and Eastern Syria hospital where he was treated, on 22 September.
Evran's family wanted to hold a 3-day condolence act at the Central Condolence House in Hênê (Hani) district of Amed. However, the police took the keys of the condolence house and did not allow the family to hold their act.
Family members were called to the police and told that they would be allowed to use the condolence house.
The family then started to accept condolences in front of their house in Amed.