Mideast crisis widens as Turkey bombs Kurdish militants

October 14th, 2014  
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Topic: Mideast crisis widens as Turkey bombs Kurdish militants

By Daren Butler and Humeyra Pamuk ISTANBUL/SURUC Turkey (Reuters) - War against Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq threatened on Tuesday to unravel the delicate peace in neighbouring Turkey after the Turkish air force bombed Kurdish fighters furious over Ankara's refusal to help protect their kin in Syria. Turkey's banned PKK Kurdish militant group accused Ankara of violating a two-year-old cease-fire with the air strikes, on the eve of a deadline set by the group's jailed leader to salvage a peace process aimed at halting a three-decades-long insurgency. ...


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