Turkey’s pro-Kurdish party HQ attacked
Separately, the headquarters of Hurriyet newspaper in Istanbul was also pelted with stones by a group of protesters
A crowd attacked the headquarters of Turkey's pro-Kurdish opposition Peoples' Democratic Party's (HDP) in the capital Ankara on Tuesday night, the party said.
One HDP official said the crowd broke the windows of the building. Ankara police was not available for comment at the time of publication.
Separately, the headquarters of Hurriyet newspaper in Istanbul was pelted with stones by a group, the daily said, less than 48 hours after a similar attack.
Nationalist anger towards Kurds has been growing in response to a number of attacks on Turkish security forces by the Kurdish militant group PKK.
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