Curfew has been declared in 25 villages and hamlets in Kulp district of Diyarbakır province in southeastern Turkey.
Diyarbakır Governorship has announced on its official website that an operation would be carried out in the region.
The curfew will be in effect in as of 5 a.m. today (June 15) in following villages and hamlets of Kulp district:
Yaylak, Ağıllı, Akdoruk, İslamköy, Dolun, Narlıca, Kaynakköy, Ağaçlı, Aşağı Elmalı, Çağlayan, Karpuzlu, Zeyrek, Güllük, Özbek, Kurudere, Karaağaç, Kamışlı, Çukurca, Demirli, Akbulak, Düzce, Temren, Güleç, Barın, and Taşköprü villages and hamlets.
It has not been announced when the curfew would be lifted. (AS/DG)
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