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Tourism Hopes Dashed by Conflict in Turkey's Kurd City of Diyarbakir

  • Dorian Jones

A year ago, Turkey's biggest city in the predominately Kurdish region, Diyarbakir, was hoping to cash in on a wave of tourists attracted to its rich history and legacy of multiculturalism. But the collapse of a cease-fire last July between Kurdish rebels and the government led to violence, dashing hopes for the city's economic revival. VOA's Dorian Jones reports.

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