TEHRAN - Iran's
Revolutionary Guards on Monday rejected a cease-fire declared by Kurdish rebel
group PJAK as "meaningless" as long as PJAK forces remained on the borders of
the Islamic Republic, the semi-official Fars news agency reported.
(Party of Free Life of Kurdistan), is an offshoot of Turkey's separatist
Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), whose bases in the Kurdistan region of northern
Iraq were bombed by Turkish warplanes on Sunday.
Iran said on Saturday
its troops had killed 30 PJAK fighters and wounded 40 in several days of
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