Turkish airstrikes kill four civilians in South Kurdistan
The Turkish state continues its genocidal attacks against the Kurdish people in various parts of Kurdistan.
Turkish jets shelled the village of Sida in Sheladize town in southern Kurdistan, northern Iraq. According to local sources, the strikes targeted two vehicles. Initial reports say that three civilians died and some others wounded as a result of the attack.
Two of the slain civilians were named as Newzat Mustafa İslam and Demokrat Ömer.
Further air raids by the Turkish army targeted the village of Golka in Metina region. Local sources say that civilian Emin Salah Hesen from the Berwari tribe lost his life in the attack.