PKK returnees on trial in Turkey face 20 years in prison for distributing Propaganda

Thirty supporters of the outlawed Kurdish Workers Party (PKK) are going on trial in south-eastern Turkey, eight months after they returned from exile.

The group, which includes eight former PKK insurgents, were initially released by the authorities after returned from Iraq in October.

They said their return was a test of the government’s promise of a new approach to the Kurdish conflict.


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