(BBC) – Numb with grief, Emine sits in her garden, a photograph of her daughter pinned to her dress. Cizre has seen some of the worst violence since a two-year-long ceasefire between the Turkish state and the Kurdish rebel group, the PKK, collapsed in July. With the town under curfew for nine days, no ambulance came for Cemile. And her family could not leave their house to bury her. “It was sniper fire,” says Emine. “Cemile was at the front gate. I ran towards her, shouting her name. She collapsed. ‘Mama,’ she said. And then she died.”