A girl holds a Kurdish flag during a protest in Athens on Saturday, Jan. 18 2014. (AP Photo/Kostas Tsironis)
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Turkish security forces on Sunday raided a Kurdish town where the army launched a botched air strike in 2011 that killed dozens of people including children, local media reported.In December 2011, Turkish fighter jets bombed Uludere, killing 34 people including 19 children in an attack Kurdish politicians described as a "massacre" of civilians.Earlier this month Turkish military prosecutors cleared five army officers accused of perpetrating the strike, a ruling that triggered anger among Kurds.
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