PKK sets ultimatum for Turkey peace deal

Kurdish separatist group warns Ankara that deal will fail if reforms are not implemented within a month.

Last Modified: 29 Jul 2013 11:42
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The new leaders of the armed Kurdish separatist group PKK have given a warning to Turkey.

The two sides are trying to work through a peace deal. But the PKK has told Turkey that if it does not implement reforms within a month, the deal will fail.

Al Jazeera's Omar Al Saleh has this exclusive report from the Kurdish region of northern Iraq.


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