Turkey's Pro-Kurdish Opposition Leader Sees State Links in Unrest

The leader of Turkey's pro-Kurdish opposition party has accused figures within the state of links to violence in the largely Kurdish southeastern province of Diyarbakir this week, which left four dead. Peoples' Democratic Party co-chair Selahattin Demirtas told reporters "We want the people within the state and the government who are associated with the attacks to be found, The violence between different Kurdish factions came days after a parliamentary election which saw the ruling AK Party lose its majority, casting doubt over stalled efforts to end a decades-long Kurdish insurgency.