Operations of security forces and clashes continued in the district. Since the first curfew started on 16 August , 15 persons were killed in Silvan. On 14 November , military troops and tanks left the district with the protests of the people in the district.
The number of the casualties reached 7 since 3 November Security forces intervened and dispersed a group of persons who wanted to stage a march on 12 November during the curfew. The group was also hosed pressurised water. Muhittin Kan, Chairperson of Merchants and Craftsmen Credit and Warranty Cooperative, made a public statement and announced that at least shops and workplaces were damaged during the curfew and operations in the district.
The fire was reportedly opened from a vehicle used by Special Forces during operations. The body of Kadri Sencer was reportedly dragged by the police for meters. Abdulhakim Aytimur who was in the garden of his house was also wounded during the incident.
Sub-Governorate of Nusaybin alleged that security forces did not conduct an operation in the quarter. Special Forces conducted operations in Nur quarter where curfew was not implemented. A person had heart attack in Cudi quarter, but security forces reportedly did not allow ambulance to enter the quarter and the person died.
The curfew was suspended on 15 November During the 9-days curfew in Cizre in September , 21 persons were killed including a days old baby. A non-commissioned officer and 3 militants died, a major and 2 soldiers were wounded during the armed clash.
The bodies of the militants were allegedly set to fire by the soldiers after the operation. Entrance of civilians to the security zones was also banned.
The prisoners were also sentenced to cell confinement. The decision of the Ankara Administrative Court No 6 was implemented on 15 November before waiting the defence of the company. After the testimonies, the court adjourned the hearing to 16 March She was reportedly detained in connection with the investigations against her.
The case was launched for putting up the poster of 4 former ministers with thief masks to protest in non-prosecution of the bribery and corruption allegations of December The police reportedly used bombs to disperse the crowd and Mehmet Dal 78 was heavily wounded. The protesters also put up a poster on the ferry. The police detained 16 female protesters under beatings. The court also decided to release remaining 16 defendants to be tried without remand and adjourned the hearing to 7 January The reason of detention was not disclosed.
The ambulances were reportedly prevented and he could not be taken to hospital immediately. PKK did not make any announcement concerning the allegations. The reason of the operations was not disclosed. Mehmet Aslan 19 was also shot at his neck and wounded when Special Forces opened fire in Yeni Turan quarter. After the identification of the defendants and testimonies, the court adjourned the hearing to alter date for the continuation of the testimonies. Following journalists are on trial in this case: