NEWS UN's call about Cizre: allow independent investigation

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al-Hussein made a call to Turkish government for allowing independent investigation on the grave human rights violations happened in the regions under curfew. Hussein stated that “the most worrisome” reports are the ones claiming that 100 people were burned to death in the basements in Cizre.
TURKEY HDP report: curfews, 6 months, 180 killed

According to HDP's report, in the southeastern region of Turkey, 460 civilians (84 children, 79 women) were killed since July. It is also reported that 180 civilians were killed in Cizre, Sur and Silop, which are currently under curfew.
NEWS Curfew in Cizre and Silopi

After the teachers left Cizre and Silopi by the order of Directorate of Education, Governorship of Şırnak declared that a curfew will start tonight at 23.00 and it won’t be lifted until further notice.
NEWS Demirtaş: What you have burned is not our buildings; it is your common future

HDP’s co-leader Selahattin Demirtaş held a press conference at HDP Diyarbakır building. Speaking before heading to Cizre with HDP Committee, Demirtaş evaluated the attacks that have been going on for two days. Pointing out that the attackers are “paid and official mobs”, he said that they will pay the price before justice.