|Author (Person)||Dombey, Daniel|
|Series Title||Financial Times|
Turkey sent thousands of troops into battle against Kurdish rebels in September 2012 as violence in the country’s most intractable dispute reached levels not seen for more than a decade and hope of a settlement faded.
While Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development party blamed the upsurge in violence on hostile foreign powers, Kurdish activists pointed to mass detentions that had put 8,000 people behind bars.
|Countries / Regions||Turkey|