October 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);10/31/2011, Vol. 199 Issue 5206, p13
The article reports on various political developments in Turkey. It informs about the deaths and injuries of several people by a female suicide bomber in Bingol in Bongol Ili, Turkey. It tells that police used water canons to disperse stone throwing youth in a protest as 24 militants from Turkey's Partiya Karkeren Kurdistane (PKK) were killed in a military operation in Diyarbakir. It also states that the PKK has been listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, European Union and the U.S.


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