Turkish Special Forces Invaded Iraq

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Two units of Turkish special forces have crossed into northern Iraq to fight Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)

Turkish Special Forces Invaded Iraq

Kurdish female militia

Today, Turkish security forces has crossed the Iraqi border to fight Kurds, again:

“Turkish security forces crossed the Iraqi border as part of the hot pursuit of PKK terrorists who were involved in the most recent attacks,” PressTV cited a Turkish government source on Tuesday.

In the morning, 50 Turkish warplanes took part in six-hour raids against the PKK positions in northern Iraq killing  35 to 40 PKK fighters. In a separate development, at least three Turkish police officers were  killed in a rocket-propelled grenade attack by PKK fighters in the Cizre town.

It seems that the Erdogan’s administration fights ISIL in an interesting way: Turkey anti-ISIL airstrikes constantly target Kurds. In turn, PKK attacks Turkish police and soldiers.

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