People are finally able to return to their hometown of Şırnak in Turkey’s predominantly Kurdish Southeast after a 246-day curfew only to find their homes demolished.
In the above photo, a woman reacts as she arrives in Şırnak on Monday after a partial elimination of the curfew. Şırnak is a city of 290,000, and a curfew was imposed on March 14 as part of operations against the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
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