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**FILE** Kurds march with flags and a banner showing pictures of the three PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party) activists killed in Paris last month to show support for them and to their leader Abdullah Ocalan, imprisoned in Turkey, during a Feb. 16 2013, protest in Strasbourg, France. Kurds from France, Germany and Belgium gathered for the march. (Associated Press)
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**FILE** Kurds march with flags and a banner showing pictures of the three PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party) activists killed in Paris last month to show support for them and to their leader Abdullah Ocalan, imprisoned in Turkey, during a Feb. 16 2013, protest in Strasbourg, France. Kurds from France, Germany and Belgium gathered for the march. (Associated Press)

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