World Bulletin / News Desk
Massoud Barzani, leader of the regional administration in Iraq's north, condemned the PKK attack which killed six soldiers and two village guards in Turkey's southeastern Hakkari province.
Barzani expressed sorrow over the attack, and said that such attacks would not be for the interest of Kurds as well as they would prevent efforts for finding peaceful solutions.
War and clash would deepen and escalate the crisis, he added.
PKK militants staged an attack on several base regions and Gecimli military outpost in Cukurca town of Hakkari on August 4, killing six soldiers and two village guards. 15 troops, 1 village guard and 5 civilians were injured in the same clash. Meanwhile, 12 militants were killed during operations.
'Russia is backing the butcher Assad and helping him,' PM Cameron says
Russian strikes destroy ISIL command post, underground bunker in Syria
Saudi-backed Yemeni government decided to sever diplomatic relations with Iran
UNICEF points to harrowing rise in fatalities, injuries and malnutrition among war-torn country's children
FMs from OIC member states reaffirm support for Yemen’s political transition, condemn Israeli actions in occupied E. Jerusalem
'Su-34 planes carried out strikes on an ISIL training camp and on a camouflaged command post southwest of the town of Raqa,' Russian defense ministry says
ISIL is not known to be operational in the areas targeted by Russia on Thursday where civilians were killed.
PM Davutoglu rejects Moscow's insistence that its campaign of air strikes launched this week was aimed at ISIL fighters
Salih Muslim, co chair of the Democratic Union Party has tied his hopes on Russian intervention in Syria over negotiations with Turkey
Facing stiff resistance from Saudi Arabia, Western governments have been stopped in their tracks for the launch of a UN inquiry into the Yemen war
Russia's military operation against 'ISIL and other terrorist groups' to last three to four months
Secretary-General of Ministry of Iraqi Peshmerga clarifies position on Russia's strikes on ISIL targets and says it is not part of it
US, Turkey, coalition partners demand Russia 'focus its efforts on fighting ISIL' in Syria
‘We can't protect everyone from everything, but as these forces engage ISIL, we are there with them to help destroy ISIL,” says Col. Warren
Sen. McCain says Moscow's real priority to 'prop up' Syrian President Bashar al-Assad
Strategic waterway separates Arabian Peninsula and Horn of Africa, links Red Sea to Gulf of Aden