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  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177355.jpg
    Several thousand people gathered in the centre of the city of Diyarbakir, the capital of Turkish Kurdistan, to call for the lifting of the siege of the old city of Sur, which has been going on for several months now. The demonstration is taking place in a tense security climate as numerous attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177356.jpg
    Several thousand people gathered in the centre of the city of Diyarbakir, the capital of Turkish Kurdistan, to call for the lifting of the siege of the old city of Sur, which has been going on for several months now. The demonstration is taking place in a tense security climate as numerous attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177357.jpg
    The police use tear gas when several thousand people gathered in the centre of the city of Diyarbakir, the capital of Turkish Kurdistan, to call for the lifting of the siege of the old city of Sur, which has been going on for several months now. The demonstration is taking place in a tense security climate as numerous attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177358.jpg
    Regularly for several weeks now, dozens or even hundreds of people have been meeting in the centre of the city of Diyarbakir, the capital of Turkish Kurdistan, to ask for the lifting of the siege of the old city of Sur, which has been going on for several months now. These demonstrations are taking place in a tense security climate as numerous attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177359.jpg
    After the police attacked a gathering of a few hundred people, clashes erupted for several hours in the centre of the main city of Turkish Kurdistan. The demonstrators protested against the 85th day of the curfew in Sur, the old town's neighbourhood, which is closed under strict military control. The explosion now marks the inhabitants' days.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177360.jpg
    On the road from Batman to Kurdistan, Newroz celebrates the New Year in a tense security context as many attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities. Access to Batman was cut off, and the demonstrators decided to stay at the city's gates in a petrol station and nearby for New Year's celebrations.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177361.jpg
    On the road from Batman to Kurdistan, Newroz celebrates the New Year in a tense security context as many attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities. Access to Batman was cut off, and the demonstrators decided to stay at the city's gates in a petrol station and nearby for New Year's celebrations.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177362.jpg
    On the road from Batman to Kurdistan, Newroz celebrates the New Year in a tense security context as many attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities. Access to Batman was cut off, and the demonstrators decided to stay at the city's gates in a petrol station and nearby for New Year's celebrations.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177363.jpg
    On the road from Batman to Kurdistan, Newroz celebrates the New Year in a tense security context as many attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities. Access to Batman was cut off, and the demonstrators decided to stay at the city's gates in a petrol station and nearby for New Year's celebrations.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177364.jpg
    On the road from Batman to Kurdistan, Newroz celebrates the New Year in a tense security context as many attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities. Access to Batman was cut off, and the demonstrators decided to stay at the city's gates in a petrol station and nearby for New Year's celebrations.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177365.jpg
    Kurds from the city of Silvan came to listen to the charismatic co-president of the HDP Selahattin Demirta? party during the Newroz New Year celebrations. He's just getting on his country bus. These celebrations take place in a tense security context as many attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177366.jpg
    After the prayer of the inhabitants of Diyarbakir listen to the speech of Selahattin Demirtas. In Diyarbakir's Sümer Park, a democratic prayer on Friday was held in the presence of Selahattin Demirtas, the co-president of the Kurdish opposition party HDP. This prayer was organised as part of a campaign of civil disobedience and passive resistance to protest against the total curfew that is affecting part of the historic district of Sur, where regular fighting has been going on for almost three months between PKK rebels and Turkish army forces.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177367.jpg
    After the prayer of the inhabitants of Diyarbakir listen to the speech of Selahattin Demirta?. In Diyarbakir's Sümer Park, a democratic prayer on Friday was held in the presence of Selahattin Demirta?, the co-president of the Kurdish opposition party HDP. This prayer was organised as part of a campaign of civil disobedience and passive resistance to protest against the total curfew that is affecting part of the historic district of Sur, where regular fighting has been going on for almost three months between PKK rebels and Turkish army forces.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177368.jpg
    The neighbourhood of Sur in Diyarbakir has been divided in two for almost 3 months. In the open part, the inhabitants try as best they can to live normally, but the traces of fighting or confrontation are omnipresent in the maze of alleys in the historic district of Diyarbakir.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177369.jpg
    Tens of thousands of Kurds gathered to celebrate Newroz, the New Year's Day that coincides with the arrival of spring. The crowd was large but smaller than in previous years due to fears of the attacks that have plagued Turkey since July 2015 and in a tense security context due to fighting between the Turkish security forces and PKK separatist militants in south-eastern Turkey.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177370.jpg
    In Diyarbakir, the Kurds of Turkey gathered to celebrate the Kurdish New Year in a tense security context as curfews multiply in the cities of south-eastern Turkey. Only a few hundred thousand people are present, whereas in previous years the crowd numbered in the millions.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177371.jpg
    In Diyarbakir, the Kurds of Turkey gathered to celebrate the Kurdish New Year in a tense security context as curfews multiply in the cities of south-eastern Turkey. Only a few hundred thousand people are present, whereas in previous years the crowd numbered in the millions.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177372.jpg
    The neighborhood of Sur in Diyarbakir is divided in two for almost 3 months. In the open part, the inhabitants try as best they can to live normally, but the traces of fighting or confrontation are omnipresent in the maze of alleys in the historic district of Diyarbakir.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177373.jpg
    The Turkish authorities finally allowed the residents of Cevran Pasa in the Sur district to return home. Occasionally, ambulances were also able to evacuate the bodies of young Kurdish youth who were waiting in another part of the city. The relatives of the deceased were then warned and mourn their dead in a room of a cultural center in Sur in Diyarbakir.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177374.jpg
    In the Sümer park of Diyarbakir a democratic prayer on Friday is organized in the presence of Selahattin Demirta?, co-president of the opposition Kurdish party HDP. This prayer was organised as part of a campaign of civil disobedience and passive resistance to protest against the total curfew that is affecting part of the historic district of Sur, where regular fighting has been going on for almost three months between PKK rebels and Turkish army forces.
  • Kurdish civil society mobilised in spring 2016 to stop a military campaign targeting towns and cities in the Turkish Kurdistan region.
    Turkey
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0177375.jpg
    Kurds from the Silvan region wanted to visit the town of Cizre, which witnessed 78 days of fighting between PKK militants and the Turkish army. The charismatic co-president of the HDP Selahattin Demirta? wanted to visit the city - opened and returned to its population on 2 March 2016 - for the Newroz Kurdish New Year celebrations. These celebrations take place in a tense security context as many attacks have mourned Turkey and Turkish civil society is regularly under pressure from the Turkish authorities. The Turkish army blocked the road and prevented the Demirtas delegation from going to Cizre.
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