Curfew enters 10th day in southeastern town of Nusaybin
MARDİN / DİYARBAKIR – Doğan News Agency
AA photoA curfew has entered its tenth day in the southeastern district of Nusaybin on Nov. 22, while the curfew was ended in the Lice district of the southeastern province of Diyarbakır.
A curfew, which was declared on Nov. 13 in the Nusaybin district of the Mardin province, was ended briefly on Nov. 21 during the day so people could leave their house for food and other needs. The curfew was began again in the evening in 11 neighborhoods of Nusaybin, a border town with Syria. Locals said they had no electricity or water during the curfew and had difficulties due to food shortages.
Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) deputies Mithat Sancar, Erol Dora, Ali Atalan and Gülser Yıldırım continued their hunger strike in Nusaybin, which they started on Nov. 19.
Meanwhile, the curfew has ended in seven neighborhoods of Lice on Nov. 22, after security forces ended their operations against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants, the city governor’s office said in a statement.