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ATAA Condemns Terrorist Attack in Turkey

The Assembly of Turkish American Associations (ATAA) strongly condemns today's terrorist attack by the Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization PKK in Semdinli district of Turkey's Hakkari province, which killed 18 people, including 10 Turkish soldiers, and wounded 27 others.PKK has been waging terror against Turkish nation for the last 30 years, which has claimed more than 40 thousand lives so far. read

ATAA Remembers September 11, 2001
ATAA Congratulates Turkish Americans on Turkish Victory Day
ATAA Celebrates the 93rd Anniversary of the Lausanne Peace Treaty
ATAA Commends Turkey's 'Euphrates Shield' Operation in Syria
ATAA Condemns the Terrorist Attack Against Turkish Nation
ATAA's Message Regarding the Current Situation in Turkey
ATAA Commemorates the 42nd Anniversary of Turkey's Cyprus Peace Operation
ATAA condemns the attempted military coup in Turkey
ATAA Introduces New President Kenan Caglar

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