Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Turkey to invest $12 billion to help Kurds: PM Erdogan  fr  nl

(Reuters) - Turkey plans to invest up to $12 billion in its impoverished, mainly Kurdish southeast region as part of efforts to drain support for separatist PKK rebels, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan was quoted as saying on Wednesday. In an interview with the , a measure long sought by Turkey's large ethnic Kurdish minority.

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Keywords: Iraq, United states, Turkey / Kurdistan Workers Party, Al Qaeda / military, turkish, iraqi, pkk, ankara, killed

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