HUFFINGTON POST
12/31/2015 10:15 am ET

The Bloody Cost Of Turkey's Crackdown On Kurds

People shoot slogans as they hold pictures of victims of the Roboski strike and people who died during clashes in east Turkey
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People shoot slogans as they hold pictures of victims of the Roboski strike and people who died during clashes in east Turkey, on December 28, 2015 as part of a march at the istiklal avenue in Istanbul.

ISTANBUL — A major Turkish military operation to eradicate Kurdish militants in Turkey’s restive southeast has turned dozens of urban districts into bloody battlefields, displacing hundreds of thousands of civilians and shattering hopes of reviving peace as an old war reaches its deadliest level in two decades.

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