MANCHESTER's main railway station has been closed after protesters waving Kurdish flags stormed the tracks.
Similar events are taking place across Europe.
According to National Rail, there is only one exit now functioning at King's Cross as police address "an incident" outside.
Panicked passengers on social media said the scenes were like a "riot".
Virgin Trains said services running to and from the station may be cancelled, delayed or terminated until further notice.
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"Those involved in this afternoon's incident will be subject to intense investigation with a view to arrest and prosecution".
Just after 6.30pm, National Rail said: "Police have successfully dealt with the incident outside the station at London King's Cross and the station has now been reopened".
Turkey and allied Syrian rebel groups began their operation against the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) forces in Afrin in January, aiming to drive out the Kurdish forces, which Ankara sees as a "terrorist group" linked to the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) inside Turkey's borders.
The protest is thought to be part of a national day of action to raise awareness of Turkish attacks on the Kurdish-held district of Afrin in northern Syria.
Sky News was the first British broadcaster to reach the besieged city and saw first hand dozens of civilian casualties and victims of the Turkish offensive.
Manchester Piccadilly was closed earlier today after anti-Turkey protesters climbed on to the tracks.