Turkish military hit 44 PKK targets in northern Iraq
File Photo The Turkish Air ForceThe Turkish military staged a cross-border aerial campaign in northern Iraq and hit 44 outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) targets in the Qandil Mountains throughout the night of Nov. 14, military sources said.
F-4E 2020 and F-16 war planes along with unmanned drones participated in the airstrikes. The PKK tried to restore some shelters and storages after receiving blows from airstrikes by the Turkish Armed Forces since July, according to sources.
Turkey ended a 2013 cease-fire agreement with the group after two police officers were killed by a PKK-affiliated group in July.