Erdoğan vows to expand fight against PKK after deaths of 13 hostages

Any excuse to gear up Turkish Genocide 2.0 again…


More than 700 alleged supporters of Kurdish militants held following failed attempt to rescue Turkish soldiers and police

The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has vowed to expand operations against the Kurdistan Workers’ party (PKK) as the fallout from the deaths of 13 Turkish soldiers and police officers abducted by the militant group continued to reverberate at home and abroad.

The bodies of 13 victims, 12 shot in the head and one who died of a bullet wound to his shoulder, were discovered in a cave complex in Gare in Kurdish-run northern Iraq during a Turkish military operation designed to free them, officials said on Sunday. The PKK said the hostages had been killed in Turkish airstrikes.

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