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Cablegate: Update On Pkk Violence (February 8-15, 2010)

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TAGS: PTER PREL PGOV TU IZ
SUBJECT: UPDATE ON PKK VIOLENCE (FEBRUARY 8-15, 2010)

REF: ANKARA 216

1. (SBU) This is another in a series of weekly reports on PKK
violence in Turkey. Our primary source is the Turkish General Staff
(TGS) website, which documents contacts and clashes with the PKK, as
well as casualties incurred.

2. (U) During February 8-15, no security official was killed. The
total number of security force casualties for the year through
February 15, is one killed and one injured.

3. (U) During the same period, one PKKer was captured in Mardin
province on February 12. One PKKer surrendered on February 9, in
Hakkari province. According to official TGS website figures,
through the second week of February, the number of PKK militants
killed this year is zero, the number of those captured is 15. The
number of those who surrendered is 14.

4. (U) During the reporting period no civilian was killed or
injured. Through the second week of February the number of
civilians injured was three.

JEFFREY

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