SIRNAK, — Portraits of Mevlude Gungen’s two eldest children hang just above the television, the only piece of furniture in her spare living room. On a recent day, the set was tuned to the station run by a Kurdish militant group, bringing her news of the conflict that has haunted her country — and her family — for years.

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