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Turkish Armed Forces Commit Another Massacre in Roboski -


Turkish Armed Forces Commit Another Massacre in Roboski - There were about 15 people in the group that was bombed. The whole of the village has gone to the place the incident occurred. The sound of explosions reached the village. All the victims have not been reached yet.

The people were attacked with howitzer bombs. We cannot reach anyone at the moment because the whole village has gone to the area. Roboski is once again burning...

One person has died and five are wounded, some of them severely. The media is quiet once again, once again there are no ambulances, once again it's Roboski, once again massacre...

News agencies confirmed that three civilians had been killed and at least fifteen injured, some severely.

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