Turkish jets bomb Amadiya
The Turkish state continues with its genocidal attacks against the Kurdish people and their lands.
RojNews report that warplanes of the Turkish invasion army bombed the village of Xaleta in Duhok’s Amadiya region. The bombardment caused a fire around the village.
Reports are coming through of ongoing aerial activity in the region.
The Turkish state has increased its aerial attacks against Amadiya, Zakho, Bradost, Qandil and Haftanin regions of southern Kurdistan, northern Iraq, in recent months.
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 on July 19, leaving two residents of the camp injured.
Another Turkish air raid carried out on July 18 injured three civilians in the village of Spindar in Duhok’s Amadiya district.
In an attack in late June, 3 civilians were killed and 5 others were wounded in an attack against the Kortek area in Qandil.