Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan recently announced on a television show that the government is not against taking part in a meeting with terrorists of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) so long as the bloody acts carried out by the organization end and the terrorists lay down their arms.
What will happen if Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorists and government representatives meet and reach an agreement, and the PKK continues to carry out attacks like it did in Tokat's Re┼čadiye district in 2009 and in Diyarbak─▒r's Silvan district in 2011?
Habert├╝rk:“It blew up in their faces,” was the headline of a front page article reporting that while two Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorists were planting explosives in an area close to a military outpost in the Y├╝ksekova district of the southeastern province of Hakkari, the explosives went off, killing the terrorists.
A hot air balloon company has hung posters bearing the face of legendary folk musician Ne┼čet Erta┼č, who passed away on Tuesday, and printed the lyrics of some of his songs on its balloons, releasing them into the sky to honor him.
According to a survey conducted by MetroPOLL, the public is divided in two: those demanding that a meeting between the government and the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) should take place, and those who oppose such a meeting.
While discussing what will happen in the next 10 years in Turkey, we think of the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) as the ruling party and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan as the president.
Two electricians in Denizli have produced the country’s first domestic electric car, which is similar to the 1925 model Cadillac. They say they will mass produce the car if they are given government support.
The terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) recently set a school in┼×emdinli, a town in Hakkari province, on fire. Some 850 students of that school will now have to interrupt their education for some time.