One killed, four injured during clashes in southeastern Turkey

A clash broke out between the security forces and terrorists from the Patriotic Revolutionist Youth Movement (YDG-H) — an affiliate of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) – – on Wednesday, on the second day of curfew imposed in the southeastern province of Mardin’s Nusaybin district. As a result of the clash, one woman was killed and four others were injured.

The clash erupted when police were filing the ditches dug by the YDG-H in the afternoon. Woman named Selamet Yesilmen,44, was killed when she was on the stairs outside of her house. Yesilmen and four people who were injured in the incident were taken to the Nusaybin State Hospital.

Police resorted to tear gas to intervene in the people who went outside during the curfew.


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