World Bulletin / News Desk
One village guard was killed when PKK militants attacked village guards on duty at a construction site for a military outpost in Yuksekova town of the south-eastern province of Hakkari on Thursday.
PKK militants opened fire on the village guards with long range rifles.
In a clash between PKK and village guards, village guard Kenan Tasel was killed. Tasel was 28 years old.
A large number of Turkish security personnel was dispatched to the region following the clash between the village guards and PKK militants.
A wide security operation began in the region to find and arrest the PKK militants responsible for Thursday's attack in Yuksekova.
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