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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Turkey's army burned 150 Kurds to death in Jizra

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The United Nations and the European Union are turning a blind eye to the crimes against humanity The Turkish regime carries out against the Kurdish minority in Turkey and neighboring countries.
As you can see in the report below Turkish forces have been accused of letting 150 Kurds trapped in basements burn to death.
Kurdish MP Feleknas Uca claimed burned bodies were found also found without heads in the district of Cizre, which has been under Turkish siege for several months.
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