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Week of violence revives fears of ethnic conflict in Turkey

Ethnic riots in southeast Turkey this week left at least eight dead in the worst urban violence to hit the region in a decade, reviving bitter memories of the height of a Kurdish rebellion that has claimed more than 37,000 lives. A ninth fatality was reported Sunday in the town of Kiziltepe, near the Syrian border, where violence flared anew after street battles between protestors and the security froces left another person dead Saturday. Officials were not immediately available for comment. Full Story

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