Turkish Defense Ministry said 4 Turkish soldiers injured in attack carried out by PKK/YPG terrorists in northern Syria.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urged Iraqi government to stop accusing Ankara while pointing at PKK terror group as the perpetrator of the attack.
Turkish forces kill at least 12 YPG/PKK members during an anti-terror operation in south east Turkiye following the fatal blast of an improvised explosive device that left Turkish soldiers dead.
A state ceremony was held on Friday in the Turkish capital Ankara for 11 soldiers, who were killed in a helicopter crash a day earlier in Turkey’s Bitlis province.
In wake of terrorist PKK massacre in Gara region of Iraq, Turkish President Erdogan has said Turkey will stay long as necessary to secure regions it cleared of terrorists to avoid similar attacks again.
The attack on Turkish soldiers marks the country's first reported casualties since a ceasefire began earlier this month.
At least 18 YPG/PKK terrorists killed while trying to infiltrate the southern area of the [Operation] Peace Spring region while another 13 killed near the area of [Operation] Euphrates Shield, according to Turkish defence ministry.
On Saturday, Turkey's Defence Minister said the ceasefire was still holding, and no violations had taken place since the agreement came into effect on Thursday, March 5.
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