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At Least 8 Die in Turkish Clash

Posted on Jun 4, 2007

A raid on a Turkish military camp by Kurdish separatist rebels left at least seven Turks and one rebel dead on Monday and seven more soldiers injured, according to the BBC.  The attack took place in the eastern town of Tunceli in the Pulumar region and is being attributed to the controverial Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).


The attack comes amid speculation Turkey may launch an incursion into Iraq to tackle Kurdish rebels following recent rebel operations inside Turkey.

On Monday Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul told EU officials Turkey had “every right” to take action against the rebels.

The latest violence is bound to fuel support for a military operation into northern Iraq, says the BBC’s Sarah Rainsford, in Istanbul.

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By THOMAS BILLIS, June 5, 2007 at 12:25 am Link to this comment
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The Presidents plan is working according to his George Orwell philosophy of constant war.If the Turks invade northen Iraq I guess we will fight the Turks because we have guaranteed Iraq’s sovereignty.Then on to Iran and who knows where else.Boy these devout christians talk a lot a peace but they fight a lot of war.

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