Iraqi autonomous Kurdish region's peshmerga forces and fighters from the Yazidi minority hold a Kurdish flag while entering the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, in the Nineveh Province, on November 13, 2015. AFP PHOTO / SAFIN HAMED
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French judicial authorities have reopened an investigation into the 2013 killing of three female Kurdish fighter activists in Paris, following a request by the families who insist the Turkish intelligence services were involved, sources said Wednesday.An anti-terror judge has been mandated to reopen the case following a complaint filed in March 2018 by the families of the victims, several sources told AFP.Paris prosecutors have now opened an investigation into alleged complicity with a terror group in the killings, a judicial source said.In January 2014, MIT officially denied any role in the killings.But French investigators had concluded that members of the Turkish national intelligence agency MIT were "implicated" in the triple murder, according to an informed source at the time.However, the investigators had been unable to establish whether the service sponsored the hit or whether agents were acting on their own initiative.
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