Shops closed in Muş to commemorate guerrillas

Shopkeepers in Bulanık, a district of Muş, refused to open their shops to commemorate eight Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) members, who lost their lifes in clashes and were buried together in an anonymous grave in the countryside of Gökdere Village, in Erzin, a district of Hatay, in 1998.

Bulanık is hometown of Murat Güven (Yaşar), one of the PKK members who had been found in the mass grave.

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