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  • State-run news agency Anatolian reported the daughter of the village chief, called a muhtar, was being married when the attack occured.

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  • Sevgi Celebi, the daughter of the village chief, called a muhtar, was being married when the attack occurred.

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  • State-run news agency Anatolian reported the daughter of the village chief, called a muhtar, was being married when the attack, which lasted 15 minutes, occurred.

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  • A few nights later, the muhtar was dragged from his home and shot.

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • The 70-year-old muhtar insisted the villagers had never fed or otherwise assisted the rebels; they just wanted to grow their crops.

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • My guide recognized her: She was the sister of the muhtar.

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • Ali Akarpınar, the current muhtar (local official) of the village who was also the muhtar when the attack took place, said they will reiterate their demand to the state authorities to find the perpetrators of the massacre.

    TODAY'S ZAMAN :: News

  • The hit man, Ogün Samast, and 19-year-old Selma Şahin's marriage was performed by the muhtar (local headman) of the village of Akçakese, near where the prison located, while the witnesses of the ceremony were prison employees.

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  • To name a few: Mehmet Fındık, the muhtar (a local official) of Doruklu village in Şırnak, his brother, Omer Fındık, and their cousin, Ömer Kartal.

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  • "He was a very peaceful person, a respected man and the muhtar of a village whose residents were forcibly evacuated by the government," Birlik says.

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