03 April 2016
The Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan on Monday vowed to finish off the conflict with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) after ruling out peace talks.
"We said 'resolution process', and they deceived us, their word cannot be trusted. That's over now, we are going to finish this off," Mr Erdogan was quoted by Reuters as saying in an interview aired on TRT,
"The terrorists can choose two paths: surrender to justice or be neutralized, one by one. There is no third way left in Turkey. We tried that repeatedly in the past," he added.
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