The city of Nusaybin in South-East Turkey, near Syrian border, populated commonly by Kurds, Armenian and Persian rebelled a month or two ago. People of Nusaybin started to fight against inhuman repressions of the Turkish regime.
Illegal arrests and restriction on fundamental freedoms inspired resistance of the most part of residents and wide support of the YPG (People’s Protection Units) and PKK (Kurdistan Workers’ Party) forces who took control of approximately half of Nusaybin city.
On the 24th of March most clashes were centered at around the Newroz square and traffic supervision center. Meanwhile, skirmishes continue at the Government Office, the main police HQ, the local hospital and the city’s town hall where many Turkish soldiers had been deployed as to counter Kurdish militants (Al-Masdar reported).
At the evening the data came that Nusaybin was under heavy fire from the Turkish artillery and battle tanks. Turkish tanks positioned in schoolyards are shelling directly at homes of resident.