Two Turkish soldiers killed in Kurdistan Region
Two Turkish soldiers were killed in the Kurdistan Region, Turkey’s minister of defense announced in a statement on Saturday, June 11.

Two Turkish soldiers were Killed, and Two others were injured during operation Claw-Lock in the Kurdistan Region on Saturday after a clash erupted between the Kurdish groups and the Turkish Army, according to the statement.
Turkey’s operations in Iraq target the PKK, which has bases there.
In April, Turkey launched a new ground and air campaign in the Kurdistan Region, targeting PKK positions, dubbed Operation Claw-Clock.
Ankara says the offensive is a measure to prevent the PKK from using Iraq as a base to carry out attacks in Turkey.
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