- Fighters of the extremist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) adhere to a temporary, one-sided file in deference to the approximately hundred dead Saturday in bombings in Ankara have fallen. This is a commander of the PKK, Murat Karayilan, said Monday. The PKK does defends itself when it is attacked.
The movement made the file on the weekend already known. Sunday, Turkish warplanes again pounded positions of the PKK in northern Irak. In March 2013 came the Turkish government of then Prime Minister and current Minister Erdogan and the PKK for a ceasefire.
It was thus intended that approximately thirty years of violence and terrorism would come to an end. However, the peace process derailed earlier this year and with it fell the file.