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Why Turkey’s Kurdish strategy will remain ineffective

More than 12,000 Kurds live in the camp, located on a slope of the Qarachokh Mountains. How they ended up there is a long and tragic story, which began in the ’90s, when Turkey emptied and set on fire 4,000 Kurdish villages as part of a military campaign to “root out” the PKK.

The story of Sakir Tong, a 37-year-old resident of the camp, is more or less the story of the camp itself.

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