Casualties of Conflict

Gorvett, Jon
November 2000
Middle East;Nov2000, Issue 306, p44
Focuses on social conditions in the southeastern part of Turkey. Proliferation of shantytowns; Destruction of villages during the conflict between Turkish soldiers and Kurdish guerrillas; Physical and psychological effects of the war on the children; Absence of support from the central government in dealing with social problems; Status of the educational system.


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