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Turkish city protests bombing with silent march

Thousands of people took part in a silent march on Saturday to protest against a bombing that killed 10 people and to appeal for peace in Turkey’s troubled, mainly Kurdish southeast. Amid tight security, some 5,000 people marched through Diyarbakir, the region’s biggest city and scene of last Tuesday’s explosion, led by senior members of Turkey’s main Kurdish party, the Democratic Society Party (DTP). “We Curse Them” read a message on a wreath, condemning those who triggered the bomb. Eight of those killed in the blast were children, two of them under the age of one. Full Story

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