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Turkey's own refugees: Now Kurds turn to Europe for help - Whole communities lost their houses, and an estimated 1,600 people lost their lives during nine months of clashes which erupted after the collapse of the ceasefire between the government and the Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK) in July 2015.

Kurdish youths dug trenches and built barricades in Cizre and several other towns so as to create no-go areas against the security forces. They issued declarations of autonomy in a further gesture of defiance while PKK fighters ambushed and targeted Turkish forces.

The PKK is believed to have killed 337 soldiers, 182 police and 13 village guards at the height of the conflict between June 2015 and June 2016, according to local Turkish media. Overall, the death toll now stands at more than 2,500, according to some observers.

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