Turkey-Kurdistan Workers' Party Conflict - Kurdistan Workers' Party, South-Eastern Anatolia Region, Turkey, Effects of the Turkish-PKK Conflict
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Turkey-Kurdistan Workers' Party conflict is between the Republic of Turkey and the militant ethnic separatist Kurdish guerrilla group. The conflict is located in the East and Southeast Anatolia and Northern Iraq. The campaign of armed violence began in 1978, the rural-based insurgency began in 1984 with the urban terrorism throughout this period. According to official figures released by the Turkish military for the 1984-2008 period, the conflict has resulted in the capture of 14,000 PKK members, and the death of 17,000 PKK members, 6,482 soldiers, and 5,560 civilians. The conflict particularly affected the tourism industry. For an analysis of the toll, see Effects of the Turkish-PKK conflict.
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Surhone, Lambert M.
Timpledon, Miriam T.
Marseken, Susan F.
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