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Portraits of presumed victims are seen pinned on a member of the Kurdish community's coat at they gather next to the entrance of the Information Centre of Kurdistan in Paris, where three Kurdish women were found shot dead, 10 January 2013
Portraits of presumed victims are seen pinned on a member of the Kurdish community's coat at they gather next to the entrance of the Information Centre of Kurdistan in Paris, where three Kurdish women were found shot dead, 10 January 2013 Reuters

Turkey's prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, yesterday condemned the killing of three Kurdish women activists in Paris, calling the murders a "summary execution." The co-founder of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party and two other activists were found shot dead in Paris early on Thursday. RFI talked to Koray Caliskan, an analyst in Turkey, about what Kurds inside Turkey might expect now.