PKK terror attack leaves a civilian dead and four injured in southeastern TurkeySource : http://www.dailysabah.com/nation/2015/11/16/pkk-terror-attack-leaves-a-civilian-dead-and-four-injured-in-southeastern-turkey
Published November 16, 2015
An attack by PKK terrorists left one civilian dead and four others injured in Turkey's southeast late Sunday.
According to the security sources, PKK terrorists hurled a handmade explosive in a neighborhood in southeastern Mardin Province's Nusaybin town, killing a woman and injuring four, including two children.
Police identified the victim of the blast as Selamet Yeşilmen (45).
The security forces said that no clashes took place between the police and the terrorists before PKK attacked the civilians.
The injured civilians were immediately taken to the Nusaybin State Hospital with shrapnel wounds and are under treatment, local sources said.
Formed in 1978, the PKK terrorist organization had been fighting the Turkish government for an independent state until the early 2000's. The group then shifted its goal to autonomy in predominately Kurdish inhabited regions of Turkey.
The PKK announced on July 11 that the cease-fire which was declared via a message from the PKK's imprisoned leader Abdullah Öcalan in 2013 has ended.
8 terroristes du PKK se sont par ailleurs rendus aux forces de l'ordre, dans le Sud-Est :
8 PKK terrorists surrender, 15 killed in southeast Turkey
DAILY SABAH WITH ANADOLU AGENCY
Published 8 hours ago
At least 15 PKK terrorists were killed in Turkey's southeastern Mardin province Friday, Turkish security sources said.Source : http://www.dailysabah.com/nation/2015/11/21/8-pkk-terrorists-surrender-15-killed-in-southeast-turkey
According to the sources, the terrorists were killed in an operation in the province's Nusaybin district, which has been ongoing following a curfew declared on Nov. 13.
People in the area are also facing power cuts and water shortages because of suspected damage caused by the PKK.
Also, eight PKK militants, including one from Şırnak province, one from Hakkari province and one more from Şanlıurfa province surrendered to security forces, the sources added.
Renewed violence in Turkey came in the wake of a July 20 Suruç suicide bombing, which left dozens of people dead and was blamed on DAESH. The subsequent PKK-linked murder of two police officers at their home sparked a new wave of violence in the country.
The Turkish government intensified its counterterror operations following the recent attacks carried out by the PKK, reportedly killing more than 2,000 PKK terrorists in operations inside Turkey since they began on July 22.
PKK militants have killed more than 120 security personnel and tens of civilians since the terrorist organization recommenced its attacks against Turkey after the June 7 general elections in which the PKK-backed pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) passed the 10-percent electoral threshold.
The PKK is recognized as a terrorist organization by the U.S., the EU and Turkey.
Formed in 1978, the terrorist group has been fighting the Turkish government for an independent state until the early 2000's. The group then shifted its goal to autonomy in predominately Kurdish inhabited regions of Turkey.
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