A Kurdish town, Silvan, under curfew for 9 days…

Constant gunshots heard from Silvan, where 6 killed under weeklong curfew

Six people were killed during a curfew that has been in place in Diyarbakır’s Silvan district since Nov. 2. (Photo: Cihan)

Constant gunshots heard from Silvan, where 6 killed under

Today’s Zaman16 hours ago
Gunshots are being heard constantly from Silvan, Diyarbakır province, due to ongoing clashes between the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party …

Silvan, the urban flashpoint in Turkey’s Kurdish conflict
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