Drone attack on a vehicle leaves 2 injured in South Kurdistan
A vehicle was attacked by a drone of unknown origin in the Chamchamal town of southern Kurdistan. Two injured people were transferred to a hospital in Sulaymaniyah.
In the Chamchamal town of southern Kurdistan (northern Iraq), a vehicle was attacked by a drone of unknown origin. Two people who were in the car and whose identities are still unclear were injured. Their condition is said to be critical and they have been transferred to a hospital in Sulaymaniyah.
The attack occurred at around 5:50 p.m. local time on Monday in the immediate vicinity of the village of Seydanê Xwaru, a good 65 kilometers west of Sulaymaniyah. It is believed to have been a Turkish killer drone that bombed the vehicle. However, Iranian regime forces could also be responsible.
During the summer months, there were several targeted airstrikes on vehicles in southern Kurdistan, usually by Turkey's killer drones. Turkish drones also attacked cars in Rojava and the autonomous region of northern and eastern Syria. Recently, there has also been an increase in attacks by Iranian regime forces in southern Kurdistan.