Turkish air strikes in northern Iraq kill 45 Kurdish militants

By REUTERS
March 15, 2016 09:46

 
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ISTANBUL - Air strikes by 11 Turkish warplanes in northern Iraq on Monday are believed to have killed 45 Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants, the armed forces said in a statement on Tuesday.

The military said the strikes by F-16 and F-4 jets, in the Qandil mountain area where the PKK has its main bases, also destroyed two weapons depots and two Katyusha rocket positions.

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