Kurdish protests leave one dead
Hundreds of Kurdish protesters battled police in southeast Turkey, leaving a young demonstrator dead and dozens injured on the ninth anniversary of guerrilla leader Abdullah Ocalan’s capture.
The clashes took place in several towns across the Kurdish-dominated southeast. Demonstrators hurled rocks at police and smashed windows of shops that had opened for business, despite a call to join the protest. Police detained scores of demonstrators.
A boy died of head injuries in Cizre, near the Iraqi border, local governor Gokhan Azcan said.