Turkey bombed two areas in Duhok


12/6/2019 19:35:00
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Turkish aircraft bombed two areas in Duhok province, cutting off the road between the center of the province, the Amedi district and Deraluk district.

 

Our correspondent said that the Turkish aircraft bombed a fuel station near the center of the district of Amedi on the evening of 12/6/2019, 100 meters from the headquarters of branch 18 of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the bombing caused heavy losses to the station.

 

He added that, the road between Duhok province and the Amedi district was destroyed and no vehicle could pass through the road, creating a situation of overcrowding on the main road between Duhok and Amedi.

 

Turkish aircraft also bombed the village of Dere, located in the center of Amedi and inhabited by Christians, according to what our correspondent said.

 

Our correspondent pointed out that after the bombing, Turkish aircraft bombed the village of Sargali and Guharde, located in  Deraluk of Amedi district, which cut off the road between Amedi and Deraluk, as well as destroying two cars belonging to citizens of the village.

 

 

 

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