Turkey criticizes Iraq over airstrikes reaction

August 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;8/3/2015, p1
The article reports on criticism of Iraq by Turkish Foreign Ministry due to its reaction to airstrikes done by Turkey in Iraq against terrorist organization Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). It mentions the support of Ankara, Turkey to Iraq's struggle against terrorist organization Daesh. It adds that Turkish security forces have arrested people who are suspected to have links to Daesh and the PKK.


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