The Turkish Interior Minister Idris Naim Sahin announced yesterday that Turkish forces could cross the border into Iraq at any time to start another series of operations against the insurgents of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK). The minister continued that … Continue reading
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As reported by the Washington Post on Sunday, the U.S. government is considering a Turkish request for deployment of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones) in Turkey for counterinsurgency operations. The UAV in question is the General Atomics MQ-1 Predator, … Continue reading
Up to 160 Kurdish insurgents have been killed during the latest air raids by the Turkish air force . After a wave of air raids and artillery attacks on rebel bases in the Qandil Mountains of northern Iraq, beginning on … Continue reading
From 1 September 2011 this newsletter service is subscription only. See Balkan News Service for details. Monday, 29 August 2011 Politics and others: Albania Albanian Miners’s Talks with ACR Failed Bulgaria Bulgaria’s GERB Ruling Party to Announce President’s Nominee Name … Continue reading
For the third day in a row, Turkish fighter bombers based in Diyarbakir were flying air raids in northern Iraq yesterday evening. In a press release the General Staff of the Turkish Army confirmed today, that the Turkish air force … Continue reading
The Turkish General Staff confirmed today, that several Turkish Air Force F-16C fighter bombers have attacked 60 targets in northern Iraq last night. Before the air raid, Turkish artillery put 168 targets, also on Iraqi territory, “under heavy fire” . The … Continue reading
Wednesday, 17 August: Eight Turkish soldiers were killed today in Turkey’s southeastern province of Hakkari in an attack believed to be carried out by the outlawed Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK). The attack occurred in the Cukurca district of Hakkari province, … Continue reading