Jul 25, 2015

Reports: Turkish jets hit IS targets in Syria, Kurds in Iraq

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish jets flying from a base in Turkey's southeast have struck Islamic State group targets across the border in Syria for the second straight night, Turkish news reports said Saturday. The fighter jets also hit camps of Kurdish PKK militants in northern Iraq, the reports said. There was no immediate official confirmation of the airstrikes reported by the state-run TRT...

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