Iraqi news outlet “SNG” wrote, quoting the source who requested anonymity: separatist Kurdish movements called the “al-Taibet”, who under the pretense of defending an area north of “Zumar” and “Rabia” in Nineveh province, are fighting alongside the Syrian border under order from Barzani’s sons. These areas are of great importance to the secessionists because they of their proximity to the “Armilan” and “Kratchuk” Syrian oil fields. Keep Reading
A group of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) fighters raised a huge poster of Abdullah Ocalan, the political and spiritual leader of the terrorist group Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) who has been in Turkish prison since 1999 on conviction of treason in the small Turkish island of Imrali. Turkey has designated PKK a terrorist group and banned its activities across the country and announced a state of war against the militant group. Keep Reading
One of the eyewitnesses called Sarbst Taher told Alsumaria News that Turkish warplanes carried out an air strike on Naheel area in al-Amadiyah District, north of Duhok Province, while added that the aerial attack lasted for an hour.
Furthermore, Taher explained that the attack burned several forests and gardens in the area, and also caused panic among local residents.
It is noteworthy that Turkish troops have resumed air strikes on the strongholds of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in June 2015, after announcing the withdrawal of its militants from the Turkish territories in 2013.