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As HDP’s Democracy March begins under heavy police presence, detentions, Turkey bombs PKK in northern Iraq…

Kurdish issue-focused Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) began its Democracy March on June 15 under heavy police presence and detentions.

The party began its march from the western province of Edirne and the southeastern province of Hakkari, which is expected to end in the capital Ankara on June 20.

The march was kicked off after two HDP deputies and one main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) lawmaker were stripped of their parliamentary statuses.

Turkey bombs PKK in northern Iraq as Kurds attempt pro-democracy protests | Ahval

Against the dismissal of its MPs and mayors, the HDP is starting a march from the northwestern and southeastern edges of the country to the capital, Ankara.
Fighter jets launching from southeastern Turkey at midnight bombed several areas in northern Iraq, including Shingal and Qandil mountains.
Turkey has launched Operation Claw-Eagle against terrorists in northern Iraq, the Defense Ministry announced early on June 15.

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