Turkish military base in Duhok’s Bamarne came under drone attack – reporter

File – Turkish forces are pictured during an operation in southeastern Hakkari province, Turkey. (Anadolu Agency)

SULAIMANI (ESTA) — Unidentified drones struck the Turkish military base in Bamarne located in Amedi sub-district of Duhok province, Esta Media Network reporter said on Friday.

Esta report in Duhok said the Turkish military base in Bamarne came under drone attack by several unidentified drones. The drones were reportedly bomb-laden.

No group has claimed the responsibility yet.

The damages and losses of the attack are still unclear, authorities did not make any official statement so far, according to the reporter.

The attack came after, when Turkish artilleries shelled a touristic site in Duhok’s Zakho, killing at least nine Arab tourists, and wounding 25.

Turkey has established dozens of military bases in the Kurdistan Region and also sent commandos to support its offensives as part of a long-running campaign in Iraq and Syria against militants of the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) and the Syrian Kurdish forces or people’s defense forces (YPG). Ankara regards both as terrorist groups.

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