PKK to keep ceasefire pledge in honor of bombing victims

ISTANBUL - A top Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) commander said the group's militants would stick to a ceasefire pledge announced at the weekend in memory of some 100 people killed in the Ankara bombing, a news website close to the PKK said on Monday.
Firat news agency reported Murat Karayilan as saying in a radio broadcast to the PKK's militants that they were not to stage attacks in Turkey unless they came under attack from the security forces.
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