Turkish warplanes attack PKK targets in N. Iraq

Turkish warplanes attack PKK targets in N. Iraq

PanARMENIAN.Net - Turkish warplanes have attacked militant Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) targets in northern Iraq in the first such attacks since details emerged of talks between the state and the rebels' jailed leader Abdullah Ocalan, media reports said, according to Reuters.

Broadcaster CNN Turk said several jets attacked PKK forces in areas of northern Iraq on Sunday, January 13 in the first operation in 12 days and struck again on Monday evening. It did not identify a source for the report, which could not immediately be confirmed.

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