Turkish army shells Kurdish village in northern Iraq

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 14, 2007 06:21

 
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The Turkish army shelled a Kurdish village in northern Iraq overnight Saturday, witnesses said. In the next few days, the Turkish parliament is due to discuss embarking on an extensive military campaign against Kurdish rebels in the area. Washington strongly opposes such the move and has been working to try and convince Turkey to back down from its plans.

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