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Peace Process in turkish Kurdistan

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The end of the PKK's armed struggle against the Turkish state has been officially announced to the people in Diyarbakir. Its leader, Mr Öcalan had negotiated with Ankara that the PKK guerrillas withdrew from Turkey. On the ground, the big question is whether the Peshmerga will happen in Iraq with or without their weapons. And wait to see the counterparty. It speaks of the "Peace Process" to all street corners.
© A. Mouthon./TheReportage.com
Categories: Economy, Geography, History, Human & Ethnology, Politics, Religion, Travel, Culture, News, Social, War, Big Story
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The return of peace is announced in Turkish Kurdistan after fifteen years of civil war and almost as guerrilla fighters opposing the PKK to the Turkish state in the southeast of the country. The hope of the people is immense, but it is also pragmatic. In the border region with Syria and Iraq war in the shadows, the issues extend beyond national borders.
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