"Militias probably calculate that their attacks against Türkiye will deter Ankara from attacking the PKK," says Pentagon.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that Türkiye's new anti-terror operation across the border into Iraq is part of the country's strategy to strengthen peace and security in the region.
The success of the cross-border offensive depends on the military’s airborne operations and the role of the Kurdish Peshmerga.
Türkiye launched its new anti-terror operation on Monday after reports that PKK terrorist group was planning to initiate a large-scale attack.
Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar announces new campaign against the PKK terror group, saying military operation "continues successfully as planned."
The camp, where the humanitarian situation has already been degrading, was heavily damaged after armed clashes between the YPG terror group and suspected Daesh terrorists.
Shifting regional geopolitical dynamics are creating new alliances and competition.
At least four civilians were killed and a dozen others injured in Syria's northwestern town of Azaz after the terror group fired a rocket from nearby Tel Rifaat.
Sabri Fahri and Baver Molla Ahmet, who worked for an adversary media outlet, were kidnapped after the terrorists raided their houses overnight.
Expect more Turkish operations taking place simultaneously in Iraq and Syria.
Former US commander Ben Hodges calls for the end of US support of terrorist organisations in Syria, urging President Biden to meet with Turkiye's President Erdogan.
The fatal rocket attack by the terrorists reportedly targeted the Al-Bab district in northwestern Syria, killing and injuring dozens.
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