Turkish aircraft bomb Bradost area

26/3/2020 12:58:00
     Turkish aircraft bomb Bradost area

Turkish aircraft on Thursday, bombed the Bradost area of Erbil Governorate, and turkish military forces said that the Turkish aircraft boombing to Bradost area is under the pretext of the present of "PKK" fighters there.


Our correspondent stated that, the Turkish aircraft bombed several areas in the Bradost region, without providing information on the outcome of the bombing, and pointed out that the residents of those areas are unhappy about the continuous Turkish bombing there.


"The shelling of Turkish aircraft to the Bradost area is still going on," he added.


Three days ago, the Turkish aircraft bombed areas in Amedi district of Duhok governorate, while the Popular Defense Forces announced that the PKK armed forces, killed 25 Turkish soldiers during two different operations in the region of Bazid in northern Kurdistan.


(Translated and Edited by Zryan Jamal)



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