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YDG-H :. Turkish National Police. Other forces: Grey Wolves . Around 10, Turkish police and military personnel  , active military personnel  , Police forces   figures, of which not all are directly involved , Security Guards .
In late July , the third phase of the Kurdish—Turkish conflict between various Kurdish insurgent groups and the Turkish government erupted following a failed two and a half year-long peace process , aimed at resolving the long-running conflict.
The conflict between Turkey and the Kurdistan Workers' Party PKK broke out again in summer following two-year-long peace negotiations. These began in late , but failed to progress in light of the growing tensions on the Turkish-Syrian border in late , when the Turkish state prevented its Kurdish citizens from sending support to the People's Protection Units who were fighting against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant during the Siege of Kobani. Turkey was accused of assisting the Islamic State during the siege,   resulting in the widespread Kurdish riots in Turkey involving dozens of fatalities.
They are local forces which organized themselves and not affiliated with us. On 24 July , Turkey announced an official military operation against PKK targets in Iraqi Kurdistan and against the People's Protection Units in Rojava respectively, stating to inflict dozens of fatalities — which caused the PKK to withdraw from the peace talks and announce a full-scale insurgency against the government.
The same day, Turkey also performed a nationwide crackdown on so-called PKK operatives, arresting hundreds, including Peoples' Democratic Party members and leaders. The conflict then escalated, with PKK and its affiliated militias staging attacks across the country, and Turkish forces attacks in the form of aerial bombardments and operations in the east of the country, including the Siege of Cizre in September As of November , Turkish authorities said that a number of towns and areas in Eastern Turkey had come under the control of the PKK militants and affiliated armed organizations.