Curfew abolished in one of Turkish towns
Baku, Azerbaijan, Aug. 17
By Rufiz Hafizoglu - Trend:
Curfew was abolished in the town of Varto in Mus province, southeast of Turkey, Hurriyet newspaper wrote August 17.
Earlier it was reported that the reason for a curfew in the town of Varto was the activity of illegal leftist organizations.
The curfew was introduced in Varto August 16, 2015. Afterwards, the police began the operations against the leftist organizations, including the 'Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front' (DHKP-C) terrorist organization.
A number of illegal structures, as well as the 'Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front' (DHKP-C) terrorist organization have recently intensified their activity in Turkey.
The DHKP-C is responsible for terrorist acts committed in May 2013 in the city of Reyhanli of Turkey's Hatay province, which killed 46 and injured 155.
Edited by CN
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