Turkish warplanes bomb three villages in Kurdistan Region's Deraluk district


6/4/2021 16:16:00
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Turkish warplanes on Tuesday bombed villages in the Deraluk district of Kurdistan Region's Amedi province.

 

"The continued Turkish shelling of the Kurdistan Region is based on the presence of the headquarters of the PKK," he said, adding that today's shelling has caused significant damage to the farms of citizens in the area behind Mount Linke.

 

Turkish warplanes have been constantly bombarding border villages over the past years, dozens of civilians have been killed and all villages in the border areas have been evacuated because of Turkish shelling, the correspondent said.

 

 

Bayar Amedi reported from Amedi province

PUKmedia 


 

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