Turkey: Jets target 'separatist terrorists' in Sirnak

August 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;8/3/2015, p1
The article discusses the statement made by a Turkish General Staff regarding the bombs dropped by Turkish F-16 fighter jets on suspected separatist terrorist organization in the Sirnak province of Turkey. It is suspected that the target was terrorist organization Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). It adds the airstrikes launched by Turkey against Daesh and the PKK in Syria and Iraq.


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