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Dorian Jones
November 05, 2012 2:27 PM
Turkey's largest Kurdish city, Diyarbakir, is at the center of a decades-long conflict between the state and Kurdish rebels fighting for autonomy. The city often sees clashes between young people and security forces. But one man has devoted his life to bringing hope and a way out of violence for the city's youth through basketball. Dorian Jones has the story.

Basketball Helps Kurdish Village Wounds

Dorian Jones

Published November 05, 2012

Turkey's largest Kurdish city, Diyarbakir, is at the center of a decades-long conflict between the state and Kurdish rebels fighting for autonomy. The city often sees clashes between young people and security forces. But one man has devoted his life to bringing hope and a way out of violence for the city's youth through basketball. Dorian Jones has the story.


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