• Three police killed by PKK in Turkey’s southeast


    DIYARBAKIR, Turkey: Three policemen were killed by Kurdish militants on Sunday in two separate attacks in Turkey’s southeast, security sources said, as weeks of violence showed no sign of abating. Two officers were killed and five wounded on a highway outside the southeastern city of Sirnak in a car bomb attack carried out by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), the sources told AFP. A curfew meanwhile was also imposed in parts of the central Sur district of Diyarbakir city. It was not immediately clear how long the measures would last.


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