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UPDATED: Turkish warplanes bomb Kurdistan Region’s Bradost region

By Rudaw 4/6/2017
Representational photo of Turkish fighter jets. AFP file photo
Representational photo of Turkish fighter jets. AFP file photo
SIDAKAN, Kurdistan Region – Turkish fighter jets have bombed areas near the town of Sidakan in the northeast of Erbil province. 

“Two jets were bombing four areas and one was monitoring the area,” Ihsan Chalabi, the mayor of Sidakan confirmed.

“On Sunday evening, at 4:10 pm, Turkish jets bombed Lelkan, Moslok, Del, and Bekhnok, damaging the bush of the area. But fortunately there were no human casualties,” he added.

“These bombings posed a danger to areas of Gorasher, Khalifan, Allakan, and Siran. Some people from the region had left their homes and returned home later,” he said. 

Turkey frequently carries out airstrikes on alleged Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) locations in the Kurdistan Region's mountains where the PKK has its headquarters.  
 

Comments

 
roger | 4/6/2017
As if Turkey isn't big enough without having to occupy any Kurdish homeland. Maybe one day they will see how unnecessary their violence is.
roger | 4/6/2017
Erdogan reminds me of Saddam sad nutter.
PublishMeFam | 5/6/2017
Your leaders welcomed them to Kurdistain, bear with the consequences.
Forked tongue | 5/6/2017
I hope the recent arms given by the US to the Kurds include Stinger (or whatever is the upgrade surface to air MANPAD) missiles.
roger | 5/6/2017
PublishMeMan People can change their mind. No one has to continue in a bad relationship
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