Turkish helicopters bomb villages in Bradost

The Turkish state has intensified its genocidal attacks against southern Kurdistan, northern Iraq.

South Kurdistan based RojNews agency reported that Turkish helicopters have bombed the villages of Xelyan and Siran in the Bradost region Friday afternoon.

RojNews correspondents covering the attack were also targeted by Turkish soldiers with DShK fire.

Reports say that the bombardment started a fire in the region.

The Turkish regime started a wave of occupation attacks against South Kurdistan on May 27. Since then, civilian residential areas have been targeted systematically. Many civilians lost their lives as a result of the attacks, while civilian areas, vineyards and orchards of the local people have suffered great damages.

Turkish fighter jets carried out a bombardment on the vicinity of the Rüstem Cudi Refugee Camp in Maxmur last night, leaving two residents of the camp injured.

Another Turkish air raid carried out on Thursday injured three civilians in the village of Spindar in Duhok’s Amadiya district.