Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Kurdish PKK guerrillas kill more Turkish soldiers


(WSJ) - ISTANBUL—One day after the leader of the outlawed Kurdish PKK guerrilla movement warned that Turkey could soon return to "war" with its Kurdish minority, the group killed a soldier and seriously wounded three others.Fighters from the PKK, or Kurdish Workers' Party, carried out the ambush Monday in the town of Saray, close to Turkey's border with Iran, Anadolu Ajansi, Turkey's state news agency reported, citing the governor of Van province.The PKK didn't claim responsibility....  The PKK also on Friday claimed responsibility for an attack two days earlier, in which two Turkish soldiers were killed.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

They're called "peaceful protesters" right Erdoğan?