Kurdish 'grave sites' to be dug
28-Feb-2009 (one comment)

A Turkish prosecutor has ordered the digging up of several sites where it is believed the bodies of Kurds killed in the 1990s may have been dumped. Hundreds of people disappeared at the height of the fighting in the mainly Kurdish south-east. Human rights lawyers say many were last seen with security forces members. Since the Kurdish conflict, which began in the 1980s when insurgents started fighting for a separate Kurdish state, 40,000 people have been killed.


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rosie is roxy is roshan

Well actually Erdogan's governemnt is trying to do just

by rosie is roxy is roshan on

that, this is to examine the crimes against humanity as you know.. I was wondering about the Tukish Kurd situation following Davos and I found the following article. From the author's perspective all measures taken by Erdogan have been more positive than expected, leading to the suspicion that it is all politically motivatedd, rather than for humanitarian reason. Be that as it may...h