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Concerns grow over political crackdown in southeast Turkey

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The court house in Diyarbakir
The court house in Diyarbakir Ilyas Akengin/AFP

In the predominantly Kurdish region of southeastern Turkey, the removal of town mayors accused of supporting the PKK Kurdish rebel group and the PKK's targeting of their government-appointed replacements are prompting growing concerns about the ongoing political crackdown in the region. Dorian Jones reports from Diyarbakir.

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