Two rockets target Turkish military base in Nineveh: reporter  

A Turkish soldiers stands guard behind a gate on a road leading to a military outpost during a demonstration against Turkey’s perceived inaction over the latest Syrian regime attacks, in the village of Kansafra in the southern countryside of Syria’s rebel-held Idlib province on July 22, 2021. – The Syrian army shelled the Idlib region killing seven civilians, four of them children, in its third deadly bombardment of the rebel bastion in a week, a monitor said. The army has stepped up its bombing of the northwestern enclave since Saturday when President Bashar al-Assad took the oath of office for a new term vowing to make “liberating those parts of the homeland that still need to be” one of his top priorities. (Photo by OMAR HAJ KADOUR / AFP)

SULAIMANI (ESTA) — Two rockets were fired toward Bashiqa military base, hosting Turkish troops, northern Iraq on Thursday night, said Esta Media Network reporter.

The rockets were landed in a military training camp, Nineveh province, where the Turkish troops are stationed, according to information Esta Media Network has obtained.

“No casualties reported,” Esta’s reporter said.

Turkey has taken its decades-old conflict with the PKK deep into the Kurdistan Region and Iraq, establishing military bases and deploying armed military drones against the fighters in their mountain strongholds.

The Turkish military has also conducted numerous ground and aerial cross-border offensives into neighboring northern Iraq to attack PKK fighters, who maintains bases in the region.


Previous Article

U.S. Embassy to Iraq Condemns Erbil booby-trapped drone attack

Next Article

Sadrist lawmakers withdraw from Iraqi parliament after Sadr's request

Related Posts