Why a children's TV channel in Turkey's Kurdish region was closed
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With Turkey under emergency rule since July’s failed coup attempt, numerous Kurdish TV and radio stations have been closed, accused of supporting the Kurdish separatist group the PKK.
Another 15 media outlets were closed in late October including Zarok TV, a children’s cartoon channel.
Dorian Jones reports from Diyarbakir, the largest city in Turkey’s predominantly Kurdish region and the town where the cartoon channel Zarok was based.
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