More than 1,000 people signed a declaration against the clashes in southeastern Turkey.
The death toll includes civilians and 39 others were injured.
People turned to the devil they know, even as the country slides toward dictatorship.
The leader of the opposition HDP party condemned the violence.
Ankara says the measure is "short term" as Turkish warplanes pound the PKK positions.
Photos of Aylan Kurdi on a Turkish beach have captured the world's attention.
Turkey's president wants the country's opposition leader to resign if his toilet search reveals nothing.
ISIS's victory has upset the Kurdish policy of first defeating ISIS before establishing an independent Kurdish state.
1,000 children are now enrolled in schools, but teachers say they draw pictures of fighting and beheadings.
Ivana Hoffmann, who was killed in northeastern Syria, joined Kurdish forces two or three months ago, officials said.
Baghdad and Washington are focused on retaking the Islamic State stronghold, while the peshmerga fight for the future of Kurdistan.
The proceeds of the gig will go to the families of Peshmerga fighters battling Islamic State.
Germany is expected to send 100 military trainers to bolster Peshmerga resistance.
Sherko Omer left his native Iraq hoping to join the fight against Assad in Syria, but soon found himself caught up in a horrifying sectarian war, unable to escape
IS militants kept Kurdish children hostage for six months, forcing them to watch beheading videos, putting them through strict religious instruction and repeated physical abuse
The British journalist stands in front of a suspicious looking backdrop, claiming to be reporting from the Kurdish city of Kobane
If Islamic State seizes full control of the city—which U.S. officials acknowledge is possible in coming days—it would be able to boast that it has withstood American air power
At least 12 have died in violent clashes across Turkey as the country's Kurdish minority protests the fate of Kobane
Kurdish activists blocked the entrance to Oxford Circus station in central London demanding greater support for forces fighting Islamic State
The Kurdish region of Iraq, long a bastion of stability, is facing the threat from the Islamic State head on
Kurds armed forces have repelled IS fighters near the border town of Kobani