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Re: STOP making Kurdistan a target for Turkish bombs

PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri Mar 08, 2024 7:59 pm

Turkey Bombed Shiladze Dohuk

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Two civilians were killed and another injured in Turkish warplanes bombings in Shiladze border area of the Kurdistan Region on Friday, March 8

The district governor of Shiladze, Rizgar Sarki, told Kurdistan24 that, “Turkish warplanes bombed the village of Dewke in Shiladze, resulting in the killing of two citizens and another wounded.”

The victims of the bombings had gone to collect spring plants in the area.

Saeed Mubarak, born in 1986, and Aras Faraj, born in 1995, residents of Bareske village in Shiladze district, were killed as a result of the Turkish warplane bombing.

Saleh Mubarak, brother of martyr Saeed Mubarak, was also wounded in the bombing.

The conflicts between the PKK and Turkey in the border areas of the Kurdistan Region has had, and continues to have, major impacts on the lives and livelihood of the people in the areas close to the Turkish border.

The conflicts have destroyed nearly 800 villages and several tourist areas, most of which are located in Duhok province. These have caused serious damages to agriculture and tourism sectors in the Kurdistan Region.

According to the latest statistics, 274 villages in Duhok province have been evacuated due to the conflicts, including 250 in Amedi district and 24 villages in Akre district. Meanwhile, 47 villages in Zakho have been evacuated due to the clashes.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Mar 14, 2024 2:44 am

Iraq to Demand Turkish Troops Exit
    Upon PKK Departure:
raqi National Security Advisor Qassim al-Araaji announced on Wednesday that Iraq is taking new measures regarding the presence of Turkish troops in its territory

Araaji stated in a statement that Turkish troops would be required to leave Iraq immediately after the departure of Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) fighters.

"The presence of Turkish troops in Iraqi territory is unjustified, especially given Iraq's capability to combat ISIS," Araaji argued during a press conference. He emphasized that Iraq had initiated decisive measures along its border with Turkey, signaling the country's seriousness in addressing the issue.

According to the security advisor, discussions with Turkey have been ongoing, with Turkey committing to withdraw its troops once PKK fighters are no longer present in Iraqi territory. He noted that a committee formed in December to manage security relations with Turkey would convene soon to finalize the resolution.

In related developments, Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan is scheduled to visit Baghdad on Thursday for an official visit. The purpose of Fidan's visit is to coordinate Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's upcoming visit to Iraq and the Kurdistan Region.

Erdogan's visit, scheduled for later this month, is expected to address various bilateral matters, including political, security, and trade issues. Discussions will also focus on enhancing cooperation between the two countries.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri Mar 29, 2024 4:27 am

Drone Hits Chamchamal Village

An airstrike, believed to have been conducted by Turkish drones, targeted yet another village in the Chamchamal district of Sulaymaniyah province, a day after similar strikes were reported in a different village

The incident occurred around 2:00 pm (Erbil Time) on Thursday, with a drone targeting the village of Chenartu in the Aghjaler district, Hemin Bahjat, the district’s mayor, told BasNews.

“There are still aircraft flying over the area. The extent of the damage is yet to be determined. The border has been bombed multiple times since 2021, resulting in casualties,” the official added.

This bombing follows a Turkish drone strike on the village of Tutaqali in the Aghjaler district the day before, where several Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) fighters were reportedly killed.

Turkey considers the PKK a "terrorist organization" and targets its positions and members in various areas of the Kurdistan Region and northern Syria.

The prolonged conflict between Turkey and the PKK has significantly disrupted daily life in the Kurdistan Region. Ongoing clashes and bombings have led to numerous civilian casualties, prompting the evacuation of thousands of villages. Furthermore, the conflict has resulted in the abandonment of numerous mountain resorts and extensive agricultural areas.

Recently, the Turkish army reported that at least 12 Turkish soldiers were killed, and six others were injured in cross-border operations targeting PKK positions in the Kurdistan Region.

On Sunday, Turkish National Defense Minister Yasar Guler claimed that Ankara has “neutralized” over 2,156 PKK fighters in the Kurdistan Region and Syria during this year alone.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Mon Apr 01, 2024 4:38 pm

Five PKK Fighters killed in Kurdistan

Turkey's National Defense Ministry in a statement on Monday claimed its forces 'neutralized' five members of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in the Kurdistan Region

"Turkish security forces neutralized five PKK terrorists in northern Iraq," state media Anadolu Agency reported today, citing the country's Defense Ministry.

The terrorists were targeted in the Hakurk region via airstrikes. We will continue our fight with great perseverance and determination to free our noble nation from terrorism."

For four decades, Turkey and the PKK have been locked in a protracted armed conflict, with deadly consequences that reverberate far beyond Turkey's borders.

The PKK maintains its strongholds in the rugged and remote mountainous areas of the Kurdistan Region. These places frequently endure relentless Turkish airstrikes and artillery barrages, resulting in civilian casualties and the abandonment of numerous villages and vast agricultural lands.

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PostAuthor: Anthea » Fri Apr 19, 2024 7:20 pm

Peshmerga Killed in Turkish Aerial Assault

In the Sidkan district of the Kurdistan Region, a tragic incident unfolded Thursday night as Sarwar Qadir, a 46-year-old married Peshmerga, lost his life in a bombing of Nawdarok village conducted by Turkey

The ongoing conflict between Turkey and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) continues to disrupt daily life in Kurdistan, with civilian casualties mounting and villages being evacuated due to continuous clashes and bombings.

The impact of this conflict extends beyond loss of life, with mountain resorts and agricultural areas also abandoned as a result. The toll on civilian populations and infrastructure in the Region remains severe.

Turkish National Defense Minister Yasar Guler has claimed that over 2,156 PKK fighters were "neutralized" in the Kurdistan Region and Syria throughout 2023.

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