23 November 2017

PKK militant group vows to intensify struggle against Turkey

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The Kurdish PKK militant group will intensify its struggle against Turkey, one of its top commanders said in a video message on Friday, after police detained lawmakers from Turkey's main pro-Kurdish opposition party.

Murat Karayilan, a top PKK commander, said in the video message published on a website close to the PKK that it was "very important" for Kurdish people to react against the detentions of the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) lawmakers.

2016.11.05 / 09:27
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