segunda-feira, 3 de agosto de 2015

Turkey promises inquiry into alleged civilian deaths in bombing

The decision comes after the President of the autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, have accused the Turkish aviation of the death of several civilians in the bombing of the village of Zargala.

The Executive of Ankara has guaranteed that does not attack the Kurdish people, but Iraqi Kurdistan authorities asked the rebels of the PKK-Turkish bombings target â€" to leave the territory in order to spare the civilians.

Since July 24, the day of the beginning of the Turkish operation against the Islamic State-but also against Kurdish militias in northern Iraq and the Kurdistan Workers ' Party (PKK) â€" 260 combatants were killed Kurds.

This Saturday, the police dispersed a demonstration in Diyarbakir, the largest city in the Kurdish region in southeastern Turkey. The crowd had been concentrated in front of the headquarters of the pro-Kurdish paper party with parliamentary seat HDP to ask the end of military operations and the release of PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan, imprisoned for 16 years.

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