At least 11 people including children died and dozens more injured as a gas explosion occurred at a wedding hall Thursday night in the Kurdish city of Saqez, avatoday sources reported.
As nation-wide protests against fuel price hike spread across Iran, situation in the Kurdish city of Mariwan deteriorated, Avatoday correspondent said.
A teacher of Kurdish language in Iran’s city of Sanandaj Zahra Mohamadi have been arrested about six months ago and the intelligence agency have not yet been able to find any evidences justifying her detention.
The Kurdish Autonomous Administration in northeastern Syria announced on Saturday that 17 civilians died and 24 more wounded since Thursday night’s ceasefire, which Turkey was blamed for breaking it.
In a lengthy report published on Friday, Amnesty International announced that evidences from Erdogan’s deadly attacks on the Syrian Kurds proved that Turkey committed serious war crimes.
A convey of civilians and several foreign journalists were hit by Turkey’s airstrikes on Sunday afternoon, killed 9 people including at least one foreign journalist, Syrian monitoring groups reported.
Thousands of Kurds in Iran have been showing their sympathy to their fellows in Syria for second day as Turkey’s bombardment left 100,000 Kurds homeless.
Iranian intelligence forces made threatening calls to civil and human rights activists hours after thousands of people gathered in Iranian Kurdish cities to express their solidarity to fellow Kurds in Syria, who are under heavy bombardments by Turkey.
Turkey’s explosion occurred near a military base belong to US special forces, but no Americans were reported injured, a US official was cited by Western media.
Thousands of Kurds in Iranian cities took the street on Friday, shouting anti-Turkey slogans as Ankara started its assaults against Kurdish forces in Syria right after the US’s sudden withdrew from the region.