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PKK urges US to mediate in its war with Turkey and admits to secret talks with Washington - Telegraph


PKK urges US to mediate in its war with Turkey and admits to secret talks with Washington - Telegraph: In an interview with Telegraph, Cemil Bayik, one of the three-man interim leadership council of the Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK), would not identify the intermediaries in the negotiations – used because of its international proscription as a terrorist group.

He also said the group was rejecting any idea of a unilateral ceasefire in the recent fight with Ankara, in which it has killed more than 20 policemen and soldiers while coming under heavy air attack from Turkish fighter bombers.

However, Mr Bayik – one of the founding members of the group – said it would accept a ceasefire under US guarantees.

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