1. Various of people fleeing city's Sur district with their belongings
2. Woman climbing down from back of pickup truck, her belongings stacked in the back
3. Various of people loading their belongings onto vehicles
4. Truck leaving
5. SOUNDBITE (Kurdish) Tevfik Kabak, resident fleeing the area:
"I'm running away from the PKK (Kurdistan Workers' Party) and the (Turkish) government. The PKK came and placed a mine in front of my building. The government came and detonated it. My home, my household, fell to pieces. We want peace. We want peace. We want peace."
6. Various of vehicles loaded with residents' belongings moving through streets
7. Various of people pushing and pulling carts with their belongings
8. Exterior of Ramazan Karaca's house
9. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Ramazan Karaca, fleeing resident:
"We have been living here for three years. It used to be a nice place, it was peaceful, everyone was happy. Now the curfew has been lifted and we're moving, we can't take it anymore. Gunfire every night, it's torture every night, attacks every night. And so we're forced to leave. We have no electricity, no water. I'm getting out of here, it's over."
10. Various of Sur district neighbourhood where curfew was lifted on Wednesday
Thousands of people are fleeing the Sur district of the mainly-Kurdish city of Diyarbakir after Turkish security forces - fighting Kurdish militants in the area - lifted a curfew on nine neighbourhoods.
Residents took the opportunity to pack their belongings and move to safer areas.
An Associated Press journalist witnessed some 2,000 people leaving Sur after the curfew was lifted.
But curfews still remain in six other areas of Sur as Turkish security forces attempt to flush out militants linked to the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK.
Private Dogan news agency reported ongoing fighting in the area, adding that three members of the security forces had been killed.