Istanbul Turkish intelligence announced the killing of six militants of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in two security operations it carried out in northern Iraq.
Turkish security sources said in a press statement today, Wednesday, that the intelligence agents had received information about the presence of groups of PKK fighters in Gara and Qandil mountains in northern Iraq, and after following them, six of them were killed in the two locations.
On the other hand, the Turkish army announced that it had seized weapons and ammunition belonging to the “PKK” during a raid on their hideouts as part of the ongoing “Claw Lock” operation in northern Iraq.
The Turkish Ministry of Defense stated in a statement today, Wednesday, that the army raided ISIS hideouts and caves as part of searches and sweeping operations in the areas of “Claw Lock” operations in northern Iraq, where large quantities of weapons and ammunition were seized, including AK-47 rifles and 7RPG anti-armor launchers, along with submachine guns, sniper rifles, assorted ammunition and walkie-talkies.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency