"We could be killed at any moment"
Nearly 40,000 people have lost their lives in the Turkish military conflict with the Kurdish PKK over three decades. In 2013, the government began a peace process with the group, which collapsed in July this year. Since then, there has been what's being described as an unprecedented military operation in heavily populated towns and cities in the south east. Bahattin Yagarcik, a municipal worker in Cizre, described what's happening now: