Turkish Siege of Cizre May Finally Be Over, Amid Claims of a Massacre
Cizre has seen some of the worst of the violence between militants and security forces since fighting erupted in Turkey's southeast last July.
Hundreds of Turks Flee Deadly Violence As City Curfew Lifted
Hundreds have fled their homes amid violence still raging in Turkey's southeast. In another city, six people out of a group trapped in a basement for nearly two weeks are reported to have died.
Protests Erupt in Turkey as Military Campaign Intensifies in Country's Southeast
Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse crowds in Istanbul and Diyarbakir protesting clashes that have reportedly killed at least 110 Kurdish militants.
Riot Police Block Kurdish Politicians From Marching to 'Besieged' Turkish Town
Members of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democracy Party attempted to reach Cizre after a police and military crackdown on the town. They were stopped in the early hours of Thursday morning.
'There Will Be a Civil War in Turkey': Welcome to Cizre, the 'Center of Kurdish Resistance'
VICE News visited the southeastern Turkish town of Cizre, where a cycle of airstrikes and renewed attacks on Turkish troops threaten a return to a 30-year struggle that claimed more than 40,000 lives.