A picture taken on November 14, 2015 shows Kurdish children running on a destroyed street in the Silvan district following clashes between Turkish forces and Kurdish militants in Silvan. AFP PHOTO/ILYAS AKENGIN
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A Kurdish rebel leader said Sunday that Turkey has slipped into a civil war with the Kurds, as he urged the European Union and the United States to step up as peace brokers to end the conflict.The PKK tore up the unilateral ceasefire it had declared in 2013 after Turkey began waging a relentless campaign against the group in southeastern Turkey and northern Iraq.At the same time, the PKK leader said he still believes in a political solution out of the crisis.Both the U.S. and the EU have put the PKK on their list of terror organizations.
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