UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — According to Iraqi media, Turkish warplanes launched overnight air strikes on PKK positions in Jumanji village north of Dohuk in Iraqi Kurdistan.
The conflicting information about the damage of the raid, where he reported the site “Alsumaria” Iraqi wounded three people, while other agencies talked about the death of one person and injuring others.
The site “Alsumaria” witnesses as saying that “Turkish warplanes bombed sites in the foothills of Mount Qandil in the Kurdistan region, wounding three civilians were wounded varying,” and that “the bombing also led to significant material damage.”
For its part, reported “Anatolia” that the Turkish armed forces were able to neutralize three terrorists in an air raid, as part of the operation “claw 3” against the separatist organization “PK Ka” in northern Iraq, while the Turkish Ministry of Defense announced that the aircraft carried out the raid in the area Haftanin northern Iraq.
On May 27, Turkish forces launched Operation “Claw” in the Halkurk region in northern Iraq, “with the aim of eliminating the threat of terrorism threatening the country,” followed by “Claw 2” on July 13, then “Claw 3” on August 24, while the security forces and the Turkish army are constantly targeting PKK positions and pursuing its members inside the country and northern Iraq.
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