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    Why Iraq and Turkey's ties are at a historic low point / Paul IddonThursday 4 August 2022

    Why Iraq and Turkey's ties are at a historic low point / Paul Iddon

    On 20 July, Iraqi tourists escaping the blistering heat of southern and central Iraq for the relatively cool climate of the Parakh tourist resort in Iraqi Kurdistan’s Zakho district suddenly found heavy artillery shells raining down around them.

    The Diyarbakir drone attack and the future of the Turkey-PKK conflict / Paul IddonWednesday 26 May 2021

    The Diyarbakir drone attack and the future of the Turkey-PKK conflict / Paul Iddon

    Turkey downed at least one homemade “suicide” drone targeting its large airbase in Diyarbakir in the country’s southeast on the night of May 19. The attack, plausibly claimed by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), is the latest example of how non-state actors can develop and deploy such weapons.