On September 13, 2015 at 7 p.m. a curfew had been declared by Governorship of Şırnak for a second time in Cizre district of Şırnak province in southeastern Turkey.
The death toll of the first curfew: 21 civilians
The first curfew in Cizre which was declared on September 4 was lifted on September 12 at 7 a.m. 21 civilians were killed during the curfew.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu claimed not a single civil died in Cizre while the Minister of the Interior, Selami Altınok, stated 40 policemen and 51 civilians got wounded while two civilians died from September 7 to September 9 across Turkey.
Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) Şırnak deputy Faysal Sarıyıldız had shared via his twitter account the names of people who were killed during the clashes or prevented by the police from going to the hospital and died.
16 Cizre people were buried:
Muhammed Tahir Yaramış (35-day-old baby), Selman Ağar (10), Cemile Çağırga (13), Bünyamin İrci (14), Sayit Nayici (17), Osman Çağlı (18),Zeynep Taşkın (20), Sait Çağdavul (19), Özgür Taşkın (20), Mehmet Emin Levent (21), Maşallah Erdin (35), Meryem Süne (53), Seyit Eşref Erdin (60), Mehmet Dikmen (70), Mehmet Emin Açık (70), Mehmet Erdoğan (75).
Governorship of Şırnak stated the second curfew which was declared on September 13 was lifted this morning. (EA/HK/BD)
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