Curfew has been declared in villages of Hazro, Kulp, Silivan and Lice in Turkey’s southeastern Diyarbakır province to be in effect as of September 21, 2017.
In its statement, Diyarbakır Governorship said that the curfew was declared to prevent civilians from being harmed because of the operations to be launched in the area.
The places where the curfew to be imposed are:
Budak, Dallıca, Tepe, Türeli, Kabakaya, Kutlu, Yalaza, Ortaç, Bağlan, Oyuklu, Çavundur, Dolunay köyleri ve Hevselbey, Kolbağı, Alataş, Kalkanlı, Bakanlar, Hacıcemil, Esenli, Çaylarbaşı, Göçer, Kerpiçören, Çanak hamlets in Lice district.
Çitlibahçe, Ormankaya köyleri ve Güzdamı and Şahgeldi hamlets in district of Hazro.
Mutluca, Çaldere, Dolaplıdere, Dağçılar köyleri ve Üçdirek, Ergeçiti, Kayabağı and Erkenciler hamlets in district of Silvan.
Çukurca, Demirli, Düzce, Bayıkköy, Taşköprü köyleri ve Zümrütlü, Keçiveren, Yukarıpolat, Aşağıpolat, Mevik and Taşköprü hamlets in district of Kulp. (NV/TK)
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