Kurdistan Workers' Party

Kurds are entitled to their own country... In theory.
With the recent approval of the constitutional reform package by the President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey is now headed
Wresting the city from ISIS is a challenge even before the fighting begins.
And the government sees the PKK as responsible.
As Iraqi Kurdistan slides toward autocracy, U.S. leaders ignore journalists' deaths and suffering refugees.
The government blamed Kurdish militants for the attack.
The forced resignation of Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu suggests only one thing -- President Erdogan, who is totally absorbed by his lust for power, will tolerate no one in his government to deviate from any of his political positions.
The conflict between the two groups is at its deadliest in two decades.
The group described the car bombing as "vengeful action" for security operations in the mainly Kurdish southeast.
If Erdogan doesn't act now, he will soon not be able to control the violence currently sweeping Turkey. If he continues to push towards an executive presidency with himself in the seat, he will be a man with considerable power -- except the power to force a violent genie back into its bottle.