Friday, January 11, 2013

Three Kurdish female activist shot dead in Paris

The pictures of the three kurdish female activist exuted in paris

Three Kurdish women including one of the founders of outlawed militant group the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) were found dead in Paris, each with a bullet to the head, local media reported on Thursday.

The three victims were killed at the Kurdish Institute in downtown Paris.

One of the victims has been identified as Dogan Fidan, 32, who worked in the institute's information center. A Kurdish news website named another victim as Sakine Cansiz, co-founder of the Kurdish separatist movement, the PKK, France24 reported.

The three were last seen at mid-day Wednesday at the center, but could not be reached in the afternoon. They were found dead at around 2:00 a.m.

"Three people, three women have been shot down, killed, without doubt executed. This is a very serious incident, which is why I am here. It is completely unacceptable," Valls told reporters outside the building, while declining to speculate about a motive for the triple murders.

French President François Hollande denounced the “horrible” attack as anti-terror police launched an investigation. No group has claimed responsibility for the killings.


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